All requests to the Ad-blocker.org website are recorded in the website logs. Data stored includes your IP address, the time at which the request was made, the web address accessed, the browser identifier and the referring page. This data is used to generate usage statistics as well as to investigate potential security issues and forum or blog spam. Detailed logs are retained for a period of 30 days, after which only the aggregated usage statistics remain.
Uninstallation page feedback
After uninstalling Ad-blocker, you may be directed to a webpage that asks for your feedback. The webpage stores some application and platform related data anonymously. If you decide to submit feedback, we will also store it anonymously.
Stored IP addresses
The web applications installed on Ad-blocker.org store your IP address when you create a forum post, add a blog comment or translate a page. This allows administrators to effectively address spam content and security breaches. All stored IP addresses are removed after 30 days.
What information do we collect?
We collect information through active as well as passive manners.
Passive Information: Information that your computer and your browser send automatically while you are browsing our website.
Active Information: We collect email addresses when you subscribe to our newsletters & updates.
We collect the following types of information from site visitors:
Site usage information
Customer & Site Feedback
Purchase Track of customers
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Strictly necessary cookies: These are cookies that are a mandate for our website to operate. They include, but are not limited to, cookies that enable you to log into secure areas of our website.
Analytical/Performance Cookies: These cookies help us identify & count the number of visits. They also help qualify & quantify how visitors move around on our website. This help us improve our website by optimizing the maximum used areas of our website and making them user friendly.
Functionality Cookies: We use these cookies to improve the functional performance of our website thus making it personalized for you for e.g. keeping you logged in or keeping your shopping cart as you previously left it.