AlinaLoves strongly believes in the privacy and protection of all of its visitors thereby making this document which details the information necessary that clients need to know once they visit the site. Different forms of private information make its way to the site in different ways to make the browsing experience a more personal one. This information is then used to generate ideas or tailor the website to suit all the users individually.
This is achieved using different forms of algorithms. People should bear in mind that although the shown ads give the impression that their information has been made cheap fodder for the internet, what the website actually does is it gathers this information intelligently from every click of every button that each visitor makes. The choices set in motion by all of these clicks make it easier to predict the likes and dislikes, as well as interests of each of the people involved.
Working with people and general internet cooperation is a risk. Getting on the internet is a risk. People stand the risk of having their devices hacked, data loss, information used against them when good policies are not put in place to safeguard some of these things. The protection of both the company rendering the service and the consumer lies in the creation of several policies all for the benefit of parties involved.
If there is any information which is unclear in the rest of this document, so feel free to contact us. Because of its firm belief in the privacy of the website visitors, there is the need to explain to you how the information is obtained by AlinaLoves and how it is used to benefit both the users and the company itself.
First off, there are several ways by which information acquisition is necessitated in order to create the optimum environment for its visitors. These methods are common to many other websites.
Log files are data analysis forms that take note of all forms of access to the web server. Most websites use this form of analysis to keep track of the people who visit their sites using data analysis tags like IP addresses, (which is short for Internet Protocol), the service provider and other forms of identification.
AlinaLovess makes use of this form of analysis keeping personal information out of their identification and tracking analysis. Using log files, we are able to log information on the different IP addresses that visit the website, internet service provider, browser type, as well as certain important information like date and time stamp. Sometimes these log files are necessary to monitor trends that take place on the internet world. Using the number of clicks an individual makes gives information about the individual’s likes and interests using simply the IP addresses and various data analysis points.
Such data is then stored by AlinaLoves.com and then used to track the movements of visitors on the sites, as well as get much-needed information about the caliber and demographics of the people visiting the site. While this seems like too much information from an IP address, this information is in no way directly linked to any personal information that another party may use to identify a visitor of the site. It is basically kept on the computer’s basis and used for the sole purpose of running the site to the best of their abilities.
Cookies are messages or pieces of information that are sent to a web browser from the server. This is also another way we gather information to customize the experience of a visitor on our website. This method is widely used by many web sites to get this exact feeling: a website that is able to guess your needs.
Collected information is then sent to a server where it is stored. So anytime you visit AlinaLoves, the information peculiar to you is pulled up and then used to tailor your browsing experience. This cookie file is kept on your hard disk and then is revisited each time you open that webpage. The result? A nicely customized browsing experience.
As an Amazon Associate AlinaLoves earns from qualifying purchases. The Amazon Associates Program is an online marketing affiliation that helps different web owners market and sell their products. Using this program, these individual web owners can easily advertise their wares and programs on other members webpages, allowing visitors to be exposed to the various products on display. The advertisement is done in the form of a link, and this link sends the visitor to another webpage where he or she can view and purchase the goods they intend to use. The website that carried the link ends up earning some referral fees and adds to their income.
Google is a third party web vendor which uses the cookies of AlinaLoves.com to advertise their products. The information from cookies is stored and used to generate ads for the visitor which might be relevant to their interests based on the information gathered. Based on what they click when they visit AlinaLoves and other sites that have this link with Google, the company uses this technique called DART cookies makes it possible for users to have exposure to different wares being sold or advertised by Google.
This form of using information is indeed safe and has been used for several years. The information gathered is mostly non-personal and cannot be used to identify any individual.
Cookies and the web beacons provided or gathered by AlinaLoves.com can be used by other marketing partnered to generate ads for the visitor. The other partners apart from Google include Adsense, Clickbank, Commission Junction, and Amazon Associates. All these ad networks operate in a third party capacity simply making use of the information made available by AlinaLoves.com using technology to tailor their marketing toward the needs of the potential consumer which in this case is the visitor of the site. Your IP addresses become available for their use and then it is received, and the information stored.
AlinaLoves, since all these are run by third-party organizations, has no control over the cookies that are sent over to these pages or how they are used to generate tailor-made ads. Take your time to visit these sites and take a look at their individual Privacy Policies if you want a more detailed outline of how the partnership works and whether or not it poses a threat to your security as a browser. You could easily find information on how these third party users operate and receive step-by-step information on the ways you can stay out from these partnerships.