Verish.info does not collect personal information from its visitors.
A cookie is a small piece of text sent to your browser by a website you visit, that is saved by your browser after you leave the website, if your browser settings allow it. If you return to the website later, the website might ask your browser if it has the cookie, and if your browser has the cookie, the website might ask your browser to send a copy of the cookie to the website. The cookie helps the website to remember information about your visit, like your preferred language and other settings. That can make your next visit easier, and the website more useful to you.
If you click the OK button on the message about cookies, Verish.info sends a cookie called displayCookieConsent to your browser. When you visit a page on Verish.info, the page asks your browser if the cookie is there, and if the cookie is not there, the page displays the message about cookies. This is to comply with the law for visitors in the European Union.
If your browser has saved the Verish.info displayCookieConsent cookie, you should be able to find the cookie by going to your browser's Preferences or Settings feature, selecting Cookies, then Manage Cookies or Show Cookies, and searching for verish.info. If the cookie is there, you should see its name, either in the search result, or after clicking an appropriate place on the search result. If you select the cookie, your browser might show you some details about it, including the date and time it is set to expire. The expiry date and time are set to a year after you clicked the OK button, so effectively provide a record of when you clicked the button. Your browser should let you delete the cookie, if you want to.
Most pages on Verish.info display a Google AdSense advertisement at the top, unless your browser blocks its display. From 22 May 2018 onwards, the selection of advertisements displayed by Google on pages on Verish.info is no longer personalized to take into account your interests, as shown by your browsing history, search history, and Google Account information. This makes it easier for the website to comply with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which applies in the European Economic Area (EEA) from 25 May 2018. The selection of advertisements might still take into account your approximate geographical location, at the city level, and take into account the character of Verish.info.
From 22 May 2018 onwards, personalized selection of the advertisements displayed on Verish.info has mostly been turned off, for all visitors. This means that the selection of advertisements displayed on Verish.info is not based on a visitor's interests, demographics, and Google Account information. Furthermore, Google does not use information about visits to Verish.info to help infer a visitor's interests and demographics, and does not add information about visits to Verish.info to a visitor's Google Account.
However Google might show advertisements to some visitors based on their previous interactions with an advertiser, such as visits to the advertiser's website. This is known as remarketing.
If you are concerned about the use of your information by websites that display a personalized selection of advertisements, you might find the Google Ad Settings page and the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) Consumer Choice Tool helpful. The DAA tool might take some time to check your browser capabilities and your current choices on personalized selection of advertisements, when you click the link. From 22 May 2018 onwards, the choices you make on those pages should have limited relevance or no relevance to the selection of advertisements displayed on Verish.info, because personalized selection of advertisements has been mostly turned off or turned off further, depending on where you are.
Verish.info contains links to websites for which the author of Verish.info, Chris Austin, is not responsible. This privacy document applies only to Verish.info.
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