Our Site: https://www.thewhoblog.com
Like many other websites, https://Thewhoblog.com uses log files. Only website visitors log into these files. This is a standard practice of hosting companies in general and is part of hosting services. The information in the log files includes Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet service provider, date/time stamp, referring / exit pages, and possibly the number of clicks. This information is used to analyze trends, administer the site, track the movements of users on the site, and collect demographic information: IP addresses and similar information that is not associated with personal information.
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- With the help of the Google DART cookie, our website visitors can place advertisements based on their visit to https://Thewhoblog.com and other websites on the Internet.
Our Advertising Partners
- Yahoo! Publisher network
In this list, you will find the data protection regulations of the individual advertising partners of Thewhoblog.
Thewhoblog.com has no access or control over these cookies, which third-party advertisers use.
Third-Party Privacy Policies
Information for Children
We believe it is essential to provide additional protection for children online. We inspire parents and guardians to spend time online with their children to observe, participate, monitor, and guide their online activities.
Thewhoblog.com does not knowingly collect any personal information from children under the age of 13. For example, suppose a parent or legal guardian believes that Thewhoblog.com has private information of a child in their database with the name of 13 years. Contact us immediately at the age of 13 (via the contact in the first paragraph). We will do our best to remove this information from our accounts immediately.
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