Provider of OddsDNA respects the privacy of visitors to OddsDNA("Site"). We are committed to protecting your privacy online. We use information we collect about you to provide you with the services which you may access through our web site. We understand that you do not want the personal information you provide to us distributed indiscriminately and here we inform you how we collect information, what we do with it, who has access to it and what controls you have over its use.
Cookies are an important part of the internet. They make using devices and accessing online information much smoother and affect lots of the useful features of websites. There are many different uses for cookies, but they fall into four main groups.
Some cookies are essential to help your devices download or stream the information, or so you can move around websites and use their features. Without these cookies, content, products or services you’ve asked for can’t be provided.
Here are some examples of essential cookies:
Cookies allow the application or website to remember choices you make, such as your language or region and they provide improved features.
Here are a few examples of just some of the ways that cookies are used to improve your experience on our applications and websites:
We like to keep track of what websites, information and links are popular and which ones don’t get used so much, to help us keep our information relevant and up to date. It’s also very useful to be able to identify trends of how people navigate (find their way through) our information and when and where ‘error messages’ may originate.
This group of cookies, often called ‘analytics cookies’ are used to gather this information. The information collected is grouped with the information from everyone else’s cookies. We can then see the overall patterns of usage rather than any one person’s activity. Analytics cookies are used to improve how an application, a website and its pages work.
Our applications, web locations, websites and communications you get from us also contain small invisible images known as ‘web beacons’ or ‘pixels’. These are used to count the number of times the page or email has been viewed and allows us to measure the effectiveness of the communication.
We also use ‘affiliate’ cookies. Some of our web based information will contain promotional links to other companies’ sites. If you follow one of these links and then register with or buy something from that other site, a cookie is used to tell the other site that you came from one of our sites. That other site may then pay us a small amount for the successful referral. For more information, see the Internet Advertising Bureau’s guide about how affiliate marketing works.
Neither we, nor the companies who show advertisements on our sites sell personal data collected from cookies to any other organizations.
It’s easy to choose not to receive behavioral advertising and manage your cookies if you want to.
Virtually all modern browsers allow you to see what cookies you’ve got, and to clear them individually or clear all of them. To find out how to do this go to aboutcookies.org, which contains comprehensive information on how to do this on a wide variety of desktop browsers.
In addition to the controls available on your computer, there are other ways of choosing not to receive Online Behavioural Advertising and other tracking cookies.
Please note that most of these choices work by setting a cookie that overrides the behavioural advertising cookie. If you clear all your cookies, you will also clear these opt-out cookies, therefore changing your preferences. In this instance you would need to choose again.
Organizations which provide more information on Online Behavioral Advertising
Evidon are a provider of privacy solutions.
Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) “Your Online Choices” page. This allows you to choose not to receive behavioral advertising from each of the advertising networks represented by the IAB.
Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) opt out page. This allows you to opt out of behavioral advertising from each of the ad networks represented by the NAI.
Digital Advertising Alliance’s self-regulatory program for online behavioral advertising choices page.