Newsback.com is committed to protecting your online privacy while providing you with the most useful and enjoyable Web experience possible.
While you can use many features of Newsback.com anonymously, you are required to provide personal information to gain access to some of our premium content and services.
How we collect and protect your personal information
Registering for membership on Newsback.com gives you access to all the site's information and features. The only information required is your name, e-mail address, country, and ZIP/postal code.
With your approval, we occasionally will send e-mail to notify you about important changes to the site, new services, and special offers from us.
If you would rather not receive these e-mail notifications, you can simply indicate that preference either when you register or at any time you modify your account.
In addition to receiving e-mail announcements, you can also sign up for daily and weekly e-mail services that provide news information (subject to service activation).
If you enter a contest or respond to a promotion, we may ask for your postal address so we can notify contest winners and deliver promotional goodies. When you enter this information, we will save it in your member profile so that you won't have to enter it again.
Critical data you enter on Newsback.com (such as passwords) are encrypted and we utilize all tools at our disposal so that the tools we use to guard all of our company's essential business data protects your personal data as well.
In addition to this, we work tirelessly to make sure that we use any information you provide us only in ways you have approved. We reserve the right to send you email from the site/Newsback administrator about critical announcements about the site (which we seldom, if ever, do). Except only for this, we send you only the e-mail you have approved in your account information or on your e-mail subscription sign-up page, and when you sign up for our free newsletters without ever releasing your e-mail address to a third party.
How we use "cookies"
What we provide to third parties
While Newsback.com does not provide any third-party access to your personal information except to facilitate your own attempts to register with our partners or receive offers from select partners as mentioned elsewhere in this policy, we may provide third parties with aggregate statistics about our customers, traffic patterns, and related site information. This data reflects site usage patterns gathered during millions of customer visits to our Web site each month, but it does not contain behavioral or identifying information about any individual member unless that member has given us permission to share that information.
Newsback.com uses third-party advertising partners to serve ads when you visit our sites. This company may use information (not including your name, address, e-mail address, or telephone number) about your visits to our and other Web sites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you.
In addition, we share Web site usage information about visitors to our site with this company for the purpose of managing and targeting advertisements on our sites. For this purpose, we and our third-party advertising company note some of the pages you visit on our sites through the use of pixel tags (also called "clear gifs").
Obtaining your consent
By using our Web site, you give Newsback.com permission to collect information about the pages served to you as an anonymous user for the purpose of calculating aggregate site statistics. If you register at Newsback.com, you authorize Newsback.com to use information you provide to personalize the information we deliver to you and to use your demographic information when calculating aggregate customer data. As a registered member, you give Newsback.com and our agents permission to send you e-mails related to the subscription e-mail services to which you subscribe and the Free Product Info topics you select.
If you are under the age of 18, you must not provide your name, e-mail address, or any other identifying information without the consent of your parent or guardian, or as otherwise provided for by applicable law.
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