We use advertising companies as a third party to serve ads, and when you visit wishviral, they have the right to use information about your visits to this site (except name, address, email address or phone number) in order to provide advertisements about the goods and services of interest to you through the cookie.
Using the DART cookie, Google will be able to show ads to users based on their visits to our site.
Like most other website servers, the wishviral site uses the login file system, and this includes internet protocol (addresses, browser type, ISP “INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERs”, date/time, and number of clicks to analyze trends).
Through this process, it is not intended to collect all this information in order to snoop on personal visitor matters, but it is analytical for the purposes of improving the quality of advertising by Google, in addition to the fact that all of this information stored by us is strictly confidential, and remains within the scope of the development and improvement of our site only.
Cookies and network settings:
In addition, some companies that advertise in wishviral may look at cookies and network settings for our site and in your own way, such as Google and Google AdSense, the first advertising company on our site.
Under our agreements, these companies are entitled to use technical means such as cookies, network settings, and special software codes for the same purposes mentioned above, which are to develop the advertising content of these companies and measure the effectiveness of these ads, without any other objectives that may harm us in one way or another to our visitors.
Of course, wishviral cannot access or control these files, even after you allow and activate to take them from your device (cookies), and we are not responsible in any way for the illegal use of them if this happens.
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Data can be collected for remarketing on the Display Network and search network through the advertising policy targeting interests and sites for visitors, and this feature can be disabled from here.