Privacy

PPC Land uses third-party vendors – Google, WordPress and OneSignal – to display ads (Google & Automattic/Wordpress), hosting the website (WordPress), collecting statistics (WordPress and Google) and to send push notifications (OneSignal).

Online identifiers, including cookie identifiers, internet protocol addresses, and device identifiers are collected by Google, Automattic, and OneSignal. Automattic records log data (IP address, geographical data, user agent, operating system, device type) and is stored for 30 days. The unique user ID is stored in cookies and is retained for 1 year.

As a user, you can disable the use of this data for ads here. See here how Google uses information from sites or apps that use our services.

We also use KeyCDN as a CDN provider, but on KeyCDN, IP addresses are anonymized within the content delivery logs. Statistical data is aggregated and does not contain any personal data.

Please enter in contact with us in case of any doubts: ppcland@icloud.com

FAQ

Who do you hold data on?
PPC Land does not hold data from our readers. But via the website, Google, WordPress and One Signal can collect online identifiers.

What personal data is collected?
Online identifiers, including cookie identifiers, internet protocol addresses, and device identifiers are collected by Google, Automattic (WordPress), and OneSignal.

Do any third parties handle the data? Which ones? Where are they based?
Google, Automattic and OneSignal are based in the USA.

How long is the data stored for?
On Google Analytics the data retention is 14 months, not reseted in a new activity. Automattic records online identifiers for 30 days, and the unique user id stored in cookies is retained for 1 year.

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