Our role is to make interesting places in your area and its resources available to users. Users are free to add or comment on these places. Please note that we do not verify the places added by Users or their comments.
We process cookie files and Users' IP numbers in accordance with the rules here in under described. If You make use of the Service, it means that You entirely agree on the rules.
What are the cookie files/cookies?
Cookie files are send to search engines and stored in the memory of devices and read by Our servers once You connect with the Service. We guarantee that the files do not contain any information that could enable Your identification by Third Parties. They also do not enable Third Parties to get to know Your personal data nor to contact You via email. They do not enable Third Parties to access Your private devices as well.
How can You disable cookie files processing?
Please, bear in mind that it is only due to cookie files and advertisement that our Service can become better every time You use it. By means of Your search engine (browser) settings You can decide whether cookie files are to be processed or not. If You do not want the cookie files to be processed, You need to disable the processing by choosing an appropriate option in privacy settings of Your search engine (browser). If you disable the processing of cookie files, it will not affect the way the Service is displayed. If you want to disable Google Analytics, you should download and install a special plug-in (it is available for the following search engines: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Opera, Microsoft Internet Explorer) or turn off the cookie file processing service in Your search engine (browser).
What kinds of cookie files do we process?
In our Service we make use of three kinds of cookie files:
Technical cookies – these files enable us to use the transmission of Users' content properly.
Google Analytics – it is an Internet analysis tool which enables Us to improve our Service according to Users' needs. It collects anonymous data and notices tendencies in the Service, but it does not identify particular Users. The tool uses its own cookie files like other tools of the kind. The files are used to store information such as: time of a session, whether a user uses the Service for the first time and how they learned about or were directed to the Service;
Google AdSense (DoubleClick) – DoubleClick applies cookie files in order to improve the quality of advertisements. It is used to display adverts of items in which Users are interested, improve reports on the effectiveness of a campaign and eliminate the adverts that have already been seen by a User. DoubleClick sends a cookie file upon each display, click or any other interaction which results in calling the DoubleClick server. If a search engine accepts the file, it is stored in the search engine. The DoubleClick cookie files do not enable Us or any Third Party to identify a User.
Everything about Third Party and advertiser you can find at https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/1348695?hl=en
How do we process IP numbers?