Cookies

The Cookie Notice applies to http://technewspedia.com, owned and operated by TechNewsPedia and describes how we use personal data through Cookies and other techniques, including pixels (‘Cookies’) on our website http: // technewspedia. com (‘Site’).

Data collect

When entering the Site or seeing our targeted ads, we automatically collect data using Cookies.

The types of information we collect through Cookies include: IP address; Device ID; viewed pages; search for information; browser type; operational system; internet service provider; timestamp; Referral URL and location data depending on the device you use.

More information about Cookies: Cookies are small pieces of electronic information that a website sends to the browser and is stored on the visitor’s hard drive. We place cookies on your computer if you visit our website. If you are concerned about having Cookies on your device, you can configure your browser to refuse all Cookies or to indicate when a Cookie is being set up, allowing you to decide whether to accept it or not. You can also delete Cookies on your device. However, if you choose to block or delete Cookies, certain features of the websites you visit may not work properly.

More information about pixel tags: pixels (also known as ‘web beacons’ or ‘clear gifs’) are electronic files that generally consist of a single pixel image and that can be embedded in a web page or in an email to send information, such as a newsletter. We may use pixels to insert or recognize a Cookie on your device if you use our services.

Third party cookies: Some third party cookies are allowed. If you have questions about which cookies are used and which third-party cookies can be inserted, please contact us using the contact details below.

Processing Purposes

We use your information, including personal data, collected through Cookies for the following purposes:

A. Providing use of our Site: we use information that we collect through Cookies to enable you to use the Site. It is our legitimate business interest to use Cookies for this purpose.
B. Perform data analysis related to the use of our services: we use information collected through Cookies to analyze how our Site is used and to prepare reports on the use of our Site. We also use Cookies to track your use of the Site and to improve your user experience and the quality of the Site. It is our legitimate business interest to use Cookies for this purpose.
C. Offer targeted advertisements: We use information collected through Cookies to exercise our legitimate interests in offering targeted advertisements. Where necessary, we will obtain prior consent before Cookies are inserted for this purpose. If consent is given, you can revoke it at any time. In addition, you can object to the processing of your personal data for advertising purposes at any time.
D. Market research. We use information collected through Cookies to exercise our legitimate interests to participate in market research (such as analysis of market segmentation or trends, preferences and behaviors, research on products or services, or the effectiveness of marketing or advertising) or product development ( such as the analysis of the characteristics of a market segment or group of customers or the performance on our Site, to improve our Site).

If you wish to disable the use of Cookies described in this section and if there is no cancellation mechanism available to you directly (for example, in your browser settings), please contact info@technewspedia.com

Data Sharing

• Sharing with third parties: we share your personal data with third parties, as permitted by law and described below, as service providers acting on your behalf. We do not sell or rent your personal data.

• Competent authorities: we disclose personal data to law enforcement and other government authorities to the extent required by law or strictly necessary for the prevention, detection or prosecution of criminal acts and fraud.

Data Retention

There is a difference between Session Cookies and Permanent Cookies. Session cookies exist only while your browser is open. Permanent cookies have a longer lifespan and are not automatically deleted once you close your browser. We try to use Cookies or allow the use of Cookies with a maximum useful life of 5 years. Only in exceptional circumstances, such as security (fraud detection, for example) and where absolutely necessary, will a Cookie have a longer useful life. If you have questions about specific periods