Some Info On Routine Information Collection
The first thing you should know is that regardless of which website you visit, most websites, including this one, keep track of some basic information about your visit. The type of information that they might collect are things like your IP address, your browser information, the timestamps, referring pages associated with your visit, and sometimes more.
This website uses server log files as well as Google Analytics to collect and store the abovementioned information. You can learn more about how Google Analytics collects and processes data by clicking here: How Google uses data when you use our partners’ sites or apps.
There’s no reason that this should alarm you because none of this information can personally identify you as a visitor to my site. The information is tracked for routine maintenance purposes and administration. For example, a webmaster may use this information to see that most of his or her visitors are using a specific type of web browser. The webmaster can then take steps to ensure that his or her website is displaying properly on the particular browser. This is only one example of how this type of information might be used but hopefully it gives you a basic understanding of what I’m talking about here.
If you choose to provide me with your personal information I will never share or sell this information without your permission.
Information About Cookies and Web Beacons
In some cases, my advertising partners may also employ the use of various tracking mechanisms like cookies, web beacons, and/or scripts to track the visitors to my site in order to display customized advertisements that they might be interested in seeing. In other cases, these third parties might use these tracking mechanisms to ensure that I get paid a commission for the sale of a service or product if you should happen to click on a link that you found displayed on my website and you made a purchase on the website that the link took you to. I should point out that this type of tracking is done directly by the third parties through their own web servers and is subject to their own privacy policies.
How To Control Your Privacy
I would like to point out that if you prefer, you can change your browser settings to disable cookies should you have any privacy concerns. I don’t really recommend that you do this for all websites as it may interfere with the way you are able to use some sites. If you choose to do this, it’s probably better to enable or disable cookies on a site by site basis. It’s not difficult to learn how to do this and I would refer you to your web browser’s documentation for specific instructions on the exact procedures for blocking cookies and other forms of tracking.
Some Third-Party Advertising Information
If for some reason, you would prefer to opt out of cookies from third-party advertising networks and vendors, you should know that it’s possible to opt out of some, but not every one of these cookies in one convenient location. This can be done at the Network Advertising Initiative opt-out website. If you would like to visit that site now, simply click here -> networkadvertising.org/choices.
Need More Information?
By using www.freecellphonetracker.net, you signify that you fully accept and agree to all of the terms of this policy. If you do not agree to this policy, please do not use this website any more. Sometimes, changes may be made to this policy without notice. Your continued use of the site following the posting of any changes to this policy will be signify that you agree to and accept said changes.
Modified: October 4, 2014.