Ducksters privacy policy gas knife lamb

If you send us an email with personal information, we will not sell your email address to third parties or use it to send you a newsletter. If we receive an email we believe is from a child under the age of 13, we will delete the email after responding.

Some content on www.ducksters.com may be hosted and served by third parties. Also, www.ducksters.com may contain links to third party web sites that www.ducksters.com does not control. We are not responsible for the privacy policies or the data collection practices of third party sites.

www.ducksters.com currently uses a program called Google Analytics to track various website metrics such as the number of visitors, browser type, operating system, visitor location, the number of pages each visitor views, etc. A cookie may be placed on your computer to help track this information. This information cannot be used to determine the identity of the user. These statistics are used as support for internal operations and to track the overall health of the website. You can view the Google privacy policy at "https://policies.google.com/privacy"

www.ducksters.com works with network advertisers to serve advertisements on www.ducksters.com. These advertising providers may set and access their own tracking technologies on your device (such as cookies and web beacons). They may also collect or have access to your device identifier and usage information. Your Device Identifier will be used only to support internal operations. www.ducksters.com may share Usage Information about visitors with third party vendors such as advertising networks and analytics providers for similar purposes.

www.ducksters.com uses Playwire Kid’s Club as its primary advertising partner. Playwire Kid’s Club is COPPA compliant and should not serve personalized ads on www.ducksters.com. If you see otherwise, please notify us at [email protected] You can view Playwire’s privacy policy at "https://www.playwire.com/privacy-policy/" .

www.ducksters.com currently uses the Google Adsense search engine as a search for our site. When you use the search engine you will be moved to another site (google.com) that will be subject to Google’s own privacy policy (see above for link to the Google privacy policy).

• Analytics Cookies: www.ducksters.com uses Google Analytics as described above. Cookies are used to track information such as the number of visitors, browser type, operating system, visitor location, the number of pages each visitor views, etc. You can opt out of Google Analytics for all websites at href="https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881?hl=en".

• Marketing Cookies: Our advertizing partner, Playwire, or its partners, may use cookies to track non-personal marketing data such as impression counting (how many times an ad is shown), frequency capping (to limit how many times an ad is shown), click counting (how many times an ad is clicked), and viewability (how long an ad is viewed by a user).

• Other/Necessary Cookies: Other cookies may be used for security or site functionality. Ducksters uses Cloudflare (https://www.cloudflare.com/privacypolicy/) as a content distribution network. Cloudflare may use cookies to maintain security, analyze traffic, or otherwise improve website performance.

Aggregated analysis of these log files may be used to monitor website usage. This data may be made available to the www.ducksters.com staff and partner agencies to allow them to measure statistics important to the business such as the overall popularity of the website.

Except as stated already, www.ducksters.com will make no attempt to identify individual users, except where there is a reasonable suspicion that unauthorized access to systems is being attempted. As a condition of use of this site, all users give permission for www.ducksters.com to use its access logs to attempt to track users who are reasonably suspected of gaining, or attempting to gain, unauthorized access.

• www.ducksters.com may aggregate data we acquire about our Customers and their End Users, including the Log Data described above. For example, we may assemble data to determine how Web crawlers index the Internet and whether they are engaged in malicious activity or to compile web traffic reports and statistics. Non-personally identifiable, aggregated data may be shared with third parties.