In any case, for those who do not want to know about cookies, the easiest thing to do is to use the ” incognito ” mode.
The ability to activate incognito browsing is included in the main browsers such as Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. By activating this mode, you can browse the Internet without leaving traces on your device.
In this way, the addresses of the sites visited do not appear in the history and cookies are not stored.
Site Statistics and Google Adsense Ads
This website uses a statistics tracking system offered by Google (Google Analytics) and publishes advertisements through the Google Adsense system .
Both systems use “cookies” , which are stored on the browser’s computer to allow the processing of statistics. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address) is automatically transmitted and stored on Google’s servers in the United States.
Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating the use of the website, compiling reports on website activity for website operators and providing other services relating to website activity and Internet use.
The personal data collected in the event of a request for legal advice or legal assistance will be used for the sole purpose of being able to carry out the requested service.
Your question will be assigned to one of the editor who collaborate with https://www.themediablog.co.uk/ who will reply via email.
Both for the consultancy and assistance service and for any other form on the site, in addition to the data expressly entered by the user in the form (name, email, telephone where requested, etc.), we may record the following information in our databases:
- consent to the processing of data based on this information.
- the IP address from which the requests come (this information is classified by the GDPR as “personal data”).
- the type of browser used and if it is a mobile device.
- the anonymous user ID created by a proprietary internal algorithm. The identifier is constructed so that it cannot be traced back to the user’s IP address.
- in some cases also the page of the site visited immediately before submitting the request.
- the date and time of the operation.