Privacy Policy

Privacy policy

Google (a 3rd party vendor) uses cookies to serve advertisements (ads) on  and its other country-specific TLDs (ccTLDs). The use of DoubleClick DART cookie enables Google to serve relevant contextual ads to users based on their visits to this blog and other websites on the internet. To know more about how ads are served users may opt to read Google advertising privacy policy.

Cookie is a small data file that is sent from a web server and gets stored in a user's browser. The cookie is stored when a user is browsing through a website. Cookies are harmless tiny files and may not affect the functioning of a computer system. However, they do raise privacy concerns as they keep a long-term record of users browsing patterns.

If your online privacy is of great concern to you, then we suggest you better take some appropriate cookie management actions as follows:

  1. Open your default browser and click on its setting's tab, also called as preferences or option's tab. Find a privacy button, then select and set (save) your preference, whether to or not to accept cookies from any specific website or from all websites. Once you have made the necessary setting, restart your browser to see new changes, in effect. You must also note that most browsers accept cookies by default.

  2. Cookies can also be deleted manually from the cache folder of your browser. To find the location of this folder on your computer you must refer the help option of your default browser.

  3. To handle cookies in a more efficient way you can search Google to find utilities for managing cookies.

Like many other websites, this blog also use web analytics tools and/or softwares like Google Analytics and Woopra. These services anonymously collect data and keep server logs (records) of all users' activities on this blog. These logs mainly contain a record of user's IP address, country of origin, name of browser or user-agent used, operating system (OS), screen resolution, address of referring site, visit durations, searched keywords, etc.

A web log is created when any user sends an information request on this blog. Furthermore, we don't directly track a user's presence on this blog. The user data is collected and securely stored only by above-mentioned web analytics tools. This information helps us (admins of this blog) to study and understand the needs, demands and behaviour of our incoming traffic. This overall, prepare us to give our visitors a quality knowledge sharing experience. To find out more on this, users may opt to read privacy policy of Google Analytics and Woopra.

To prevent web analytics tools from collecting your details you may opt todisable the javascript option in your default browser. To find out where this option is exactly located, refer your browser's help file.

Apart from usage-information collected by its web analytics tools, this blog or website doesn't ask for personal information of any kind, through any other ways, from its users.

The disclaimer and privacy policy of this blog is likely to get routine updates at our sole discretion. This page will notify such a change immediately, if any.

We promise to abide by this policy strictly.

The current policy is, in effect, from 10th January, 2016.

Yours Truly,