Here at BrunchVirals, your privacy is our utmost priority. This page is dedicated to the details showing how BrunchVirals collects, stores, and/or uses the information provided to us.
If you think that we are unable to satisfy your concerns completely, feel free to contact us using our contact form.
INFORMATION WE COLLECT AND USE
Email: all the commenters are required to provide a valid email address before posting a reply on any of the blog posts. In this way, you may be providing your email address to us, but rest assured we do not share this contact information with third parties. The only way we use this email information is to contact you regarding any query or for the comment response, that is all.
“Cookies” are small text files stored on your computer or mobile device, designed to uniquely identify your browser when you view a website. The details of cookies on BrunchVirals are as under:
Google AdSense We serve Google AdSense ads on our website. These ads store information on your computer in the form of a DoubleClick cookie. By viewing the ads as you browse the BrunchVirals website, you agree to allow Google to track information about your general activities and interests, and show you advertisements based on this information.
Personally, identifiable information is never collected by DoubleClick cookies. Only non-private information is collected and used. It is important to note that BrunchVirals does not have any access to the information collected by DoubleClick cookies.
As your privacy is important to us, we do not allow the inclusion of personally identifiable information in comments. This includes email addresses, full names, physical addresses, and credit card information, etc. By leaving comments on our site, you agree to this policy.
We reserve the right to delete or unpublish user comments that repeatedly violate this policy or are discriminatory or derogatory in any form or sense to other users.
A “last modified” date, will accompany all updates. Please check this page periodically for any changes.