Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy for Digitale Guides

At digital guides accessible from https:/, one of our main priorities is the privacy of our visitors. The Privacy Policy document contains types of data stored and used by digital guides and how we utilize it.

If you have any additional concerns or need more details about our Privacy Statement, don’t hesitate to contact us.

This Privacy Policy only applies to our online activities and applies to our website users about the information they share and gather through digital guides. This policy does not apply to any data obtained offline or through sources other than this website.

What personal information we collect and the reasons we gather it


When users make comments on our site, we gather the information displayed in the comment form and the IP address and string for the user agent to aid in detecting spam.

An anonymous string created by the email you use (also known as a hash) can be provided an unknown line to Gravatar service to determine whether you’re using it. The Gravatar service privacy policy is available here: Once you have approved your comment, your profile photo will be visible to people in the context of your post.


If you are uploading images on the website, be careful not to upload images that have embedded location information (EXIF GPS) that are embedded. Visitors can download and pull any relevant location information from the pictures available on the site.

Log File

Like other Websites, Blog makes use of log files. The log files contain IP addresses for internet protocol as well as the type of browser used, Internet Service Provider ( ISP ) and dates/time stamps, referring/exit pages, and the number of times a user has clicked to study trends, manage the site, monitor user’s navigation around the site and gather information about demographics. IP addresses and other similar information are not linked to any data that could be personal to you.

Cookies and Web Beacons blog can make use of cookies to store data regarding the preferences of visitors, store specific information about the user, such as what pages the user visits or visits, and personalized Web page content according to visitors browser type and other data which the user sends through their browser.

Double Click DART Cookie

Google, as a third-party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on Blog. Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to users based on their visit to Blog and other sites on the Internet.

Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy at the following URL –

Our advertising partners may make use of web beacons and cookies on our website. Our advertising partners are Google Adsense, Amazon, Flipkart.

These ad servers from third parties or ad networks use technology to make the ads and links on the Blog direct to the browsers you use. They automatically recognize your IP address every time it happens. Third-party advertising networks could also use other technology (such as cookies JavaScript and Web Beacons ) to evaluate their ads’ effectiveness and tailor the advertisements you view. blog is not privy nor control of these cookies, which third-party advertisers use.

It will help if you read the privacy guidelines of the third-party ad servers for more specific details about their practices and for information on how you can opt-out of specific practices. Blog’s privacy policy does not apply to, and we cannot control the activities of, such other advertisers or websites.

If you would like to deactivate cookies, you can disable them using your own browser’s options. Further information on cookie management in particular web browsers is available at the respective websites of each browser.


If you make an online comment, you can opt-in to save your email address, name, and URL in cookies. This is for your convenience, so you don’t need to enter your information every time you make a new comment. Cookies will last one year.

If you already have an account and sign in to this website to sign in, we’ll create a temporary cookie to see whether your browser can accept cookies. The cookie is not a source of personal data and will be removed after closing your web browser.

After you log in to your account, we create a variety of cookies that will save your login details and the screen display options you have. Login cookies last two days, while screen options cookies can last for an entire year. If you choose “Remember Me,” your login will remain for up to two weeks. If you sign out of your account, the cookies you used to log in will be deleted.

If you modify or post an article, a second cookie will be saved to your browser. The cookie does not contain any personal information and only indicates an ID number for the recently changed article. It expires after one day.

Content embedded from other websites

The articles on this website may contain the embedded material (e.g., videos, images, articles, etc.). The content embedded from other websites performs the same as when the user has visited the site in question.

These websites could collect information about you, employ cookies, incorporate other third-party tracking tools, and track your interaction with embedded content, as well as tracing your interactions with the embedded content if you have an account on the site and are logged in to that website.

How long do we keep your information?

If you make comments, the comment and its metadata are kept for an indefinite period. This allows us to identify and approve any subsequent comments without delay instead of storing them in a queue for moderation.

When users register on our site (if there are any), We also keep the personal information they supply in their profile. Every user can view and edit or erase their data at any time (except they are unable to modify their login information). Administrators of websites can also view and edit the data.

What rights do you have over your personal data

If you are a registered user on this website or left comments, you may request an export document of the personal information we have on you and any information you have given us. Also, you can ask us to erase any personal information we have regarding you. This doesn’t include any data we must keep for legal, administrative, or security purposes.

We will only use your information to send you emails.

Commentaries from visitors may be screened by automated detection of spam systems.

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