Privacy Policy for

Effective Date: June 12, 2024

Welcome to We value your privacy and strive to protect your personal information. This privacy policy outlines how we collect, use, and protect your data when you visit our website.

1. Information we collect

1.1 Personal Information

We may collect the following personal information from you:

  • Name
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • IP address

1.2 Non-personal information

We also collect non-personal information, which includes:

  • Browser type
  • Operating system
  • Pages visited on our website
  • Time and date of visit

2. How do we use your information?

2.1 Personal Information

We use your personal information to:

  • Provide along with improving our services.
  • Respond to your inquiries.
  • Send newsletters and promotional materials (only if you have opted in).
  • Ensure compliance with legal obligations.

2.2 Non-personal information

Non-personal information is used to:

  • Analyze website traffic and user behavior.
  • Improve the functionality and content of our website.
  • Enhance the user experience.

3. Cookies and tracking technologies

We use cookies and other tracking technologies to:

  • Remember your preferences.
  • Track website usage.
  • Analyze and improve our services.

You can control the use of cookies in your browser settings.

4. Third-party services

4.1 Ad technology providers

To show advertisements on our website, we use third-party ad technology vendors.
These providers may use personal and non-personal information about your website visits to offer targeted advertisements. The list of ad technology providers and their privacy policies is available here.

4.2 Analytics Services

We use third-party analytics services, such as Google Analytics, to understand how users interact with our website. These services may collect your IP address and other non-personal information about your visit.

5. Data protection

We implement security measures to protect your personal information from unauthorized access, alteration, disclosure, or destruction. However, no method of transmission over the internet or electronic storage is 100% secure.

6. Your rights

You have the following rights regarding your personal information:

  • Access: You can request a copy of the personal data we hold.
  • Rectification: You can request corrections to any incorrect or incomplete data.
  • Erasure: You can request to delete your personal information.
  • Restriction: You can request a restriction on processing your data.
  • Objection: You may object to the processing of your data.

To exercise these rights, please contact us at


7. European regulation messages

7.1 Compliance with the EU user consent policy

Under Google’s EU User Consent Policy, we are required to make certain disclosures to our users in the European Economic Area (EEA) and the UK. We require your consent for the use of cookies and local storage, as well as for the collection, sharing, and use of personal data for ad personalization. This policy reflects the requirements of the EU ePrivacy Directive and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Privacy and messaging
Using privacy and messaging, we produce and show a message to our users to assist in obtaining the consents necessary under the GDPR and other European rules. The message details the ad technology providers used by our website or app and requests user approval for targeted advertising and other purposes. We may also seek approval for our own site or app’s usage of data.

7.2 Structure of European regulations and messages

  • Messages with Two Buttons: Options include “Manage options” and “Consent.”
  • Messages with Three Buttons: Options include “Do not consent,” “Consent,” and “Manage options.”

7.3 Support for the IAB TCF specification

The European regulations have updated the privacy and messaging messages to align with the IAB TCF v2.2 specification.

7.4 Using Google’s Additional Consent Technical Specifications

Privacy and Messaging European regulatory communications use Google’s “Additional Consent” technical standard. This is how privacy & messaging sends consent choices to suppliers not marked with the “TCF” symbol on the IAB Europe Transparency and Consent Vendor List (Ad Manager, AdMob, and AdSense).

The Additional Consent Standard sends transparency and/or consent signals to vendors that have not yet registered on the IAB Europe Global Vendor List (GVL). This standard allows publishers, consent management platforms (CMPs), and partners to collect and spread extra consent alongside their TCF v2.2 implementation for organizations that are not currently on the IAB Europe Global Vendor List but are on Google’s Ad Tech Providers (ATP) list.

Visit the help centers for Ad Manager, AdMob, and AdSense to learn more about “Additional Consent.”

7.5 TFUA (Tag for Users Under the Age of Consent)

The European Regulations message is muted if a user of legal consent age is found, and the TFUA signal is transmitted via the UMP SDK. Learn more about how ad serving behaves for users under the age of consent on Android and iOS.

7.6 Request consent for your own use of data

For your own use of data, you can use the EU consent message to establish transparency and consent for a set of IAB TCF data purposes—with a basis of either consent or legitimate interest.

7.7 Consent Revocation

When a user returns to your site via a revocation link, the European rules notification with three buttons (“Do not consent,” “Consent,” and “Manage options”) will always appear.


8. California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) Messages

8.1 Compliance with CPRA

The California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) is now in effect, replacing the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). CPRA regulates both the sharing and selling of personal information. This law establishes several rights for California citizens and applies to businesses that conduct business in California and fulfil certain revenue, data processing, and other conditions.

The Consumer Protection and Redressal Act (CPRA) allows residents to opt out of the sale or sharing of their personal information by clicking a “Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Information” link on the selling or sharing party’s homepage.

8.2 Implementing CPRA messages

The California Consumer Protection Act (CPRA) requires that publications that sell or disclose personal information provide an opt-out option on their website, and consumers in California can opt out. It is the publisher’s obligation to verify that their communications satisfy legal standards.

8.3 Updates from CCPA to CPRA

The Consumer Protection and Redressal Act (CPRA) now allows users to opt out of the sale and sharing of their personal information. The default text in CCPA messaging has been updated to read “Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Information.”

8.4 Structure of CPRA messages

When consumers watch a message about US state rules, they will see many “screens” (or “pages”). Here’s an example of this structure:

  • Do Not Sell or Share link: This link shows your “Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Information” statement in the format and settings you specified. When users click the link, the Confirm page appears, displaying the “Opt out of the sale or sharing of personal information” box.
  • Confirm page: The confirmation page displays the “Opt out of the sale or sharing of personal information” dialog in response to your comment on US state rules.
  • Logo: The logo is a symbol that represents the brand or app, and can be added to a message to be included.
  • Dismiss button: Allows users to dismiss the message without consenting to the “sale or sharing” of their “personal information” (as defined by law). This action closes the message.
  • Opt-out button: The system enables users to opt out of the sale or sharing of their personal information as per legal requirements. When users select the “Opt Out” button, the message notifies Google of their opt-out status before closing.

9. Compliance with LGPD

For Brazilian users, we comply with the Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados (LGPD). Accordance with the LGPD guidelines, we assure you that your data will be processed.
If you believe you may be in the scope of LGPD, we recommend working with your legal advisors to assess whether any changes are required.


10. Changes to the privacy policy

We may update this privacy policy from time to time. The updated version will be available on this page, along with its effective date. Please review this page periodically for any changes.


Contact us

If you have any questions or concerns about this privacy policy, please contact us at:


Thank you for trusting with your personal information. We are committed to protecting your privacy and providing you with a secure and enjoyable experience.