GazetteBlaster puts a great priority on safeguarding its users’ personal information. It is detailed in GazetteBlaster’s Privacy Policy what information we collect and how it is used.

Contacting us if you have any further questions or issues about our Privacy Statement is always welcome and encouraged.

All users of GazetteBlaster’s website are covered by this Privacy Statement, which applies only to our online activities unless explicitly stated differently. This policy does not apply to any information received outside of this website, whether electronic or paper-based.


When you use our website, you agree to the terms of our Privacy Policy. Data is gathered from a variety of sources. Whenever we seek personal information from you, we will explain why and how we plan to use it. If you contact us directly, there’s a chance we’ll learn more about you (e.g. your name; email; phone number; contents of the message; attachments; etc.)

We may ask for information such as your complete name, the name of your company, your street address, an email address, and a phone number in order to set up an account for you.

What we do with the information you provide us

Among the many purposes for which we put our information to use are the following:

To keep our website up and running, we need to do both. Increase our internet visibility by tailoring and personalising our content. Inquire about how our site is used by you. Think beyond the box to create new products and services.As part of our marketing and promotional efforts, we will interact with you either directly or via a third-party partner.

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Detect and stop fraud.


GazetteBlaster often makes use of log files. These files are used to keep track of visitors to websites. The analytics of hosting services include this, and it is performed by all of the providers. Log files keep track of a variety of things about visitors, including their IP addresses, browser types, ISPs, and even the number of times they click on links. This data does not include any information that might be used to identify you. We can analyse trends, run our website, and keep track of where our users travel on the site thanks to this data. Made with the help of the Privacy Policy Maker and the Online Privacy Policy Maker.

We also employ web beacons in addition to cookies.

“Cookies” are used on GazetteBlaster, just like any other website. Websites transfer little text files called “cookies” to your computer or mobile device in order to keep track of things like your preferences and the pages you’ve visited. Our website tailors its content to users depending on their browser type and other information, so we can better serve them.

Please refer to “What Are Cookies?” for more general information on cookies.

Google’s DART cookie for DoubleClick

On our website, Google is one of the third-party merchants. Visitors to and other sites on the internet are shown ads based on their previous visits to other sites and on information collected by DART cookies. DART cookies may be disabled by visiting the Google ad and content network Privacy Policy at

Advertisers with whom we collaborate

Some of the advertisers on our site may make use of technologies like cookies and web beacons to collect information about visitors. Companies with whom we have advertising relationships are listed below. A separate privacy policy is in place for each of our advertising partners. You may find links to their privacy policies below.

Advertising Partners’ Privacy and Security Policies

Third-party ad servers and networks employ technology such as cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons to transmit their advertising and links straight to the browsers of GazetteBlaster users. As soon as this occurs, they have access to your Internet Protocol (IP) address. Advertising companies employ a variety of technologies to monitor the effectiveness of their advertising campaigns and to tailor the ads that appear to visitors of certain sites.

These cookies are used by external marketers and GazetteBlaster does not have access to or control over them. Unaffiliated Parties’ Personal Data Privacy Statements We encourage you to review the privacy policies of these third-party ad servers to learn more about how they utilise your personal information. There may be instructions on how to disable particular functionalities.

Using your browser’s options, you may disable cookies, if you want. It is possible to learn more about managing cookies on certain browsers, including how to erase them. Under the CCPA, you have several protections (Do Not Sell My Personal Information)

Under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Californians have the following rights

Solicit the categories and specifics of the data it has collected on you from the firm collecting your personal data. You have the right to seek the removal of your personal data from a company’s database.

Companies should not sell customers’ personal information.

Within a month after submitting a request, the requester will get an answer. Please contact us if you wish to use any of these rights.

Under the GDPR, people’s rights to privacy are protected.

Your GDPR rights are important to us, and we want to make sure you understand them. The following are the privileges granted to each user:

It’s all about the facts and figures. At any moment, you may get a copy of your personal information. We may levy a little fee to cover our operating costs. Please let us know if you see any errors in the information we provide. In this instance, the right to be erased is applicable. You have the option of requesting that we erase your personal information in certain situations.

You have the right, under certain conditions, to limit how your personal data is used. If certain conditions are satisfied, you have the right to object to our processing of your personal data. Objection is a legal right. You have the option of requesting that we transmit your personal data to another organisation or directly to you. Requests are responded to within a month of being submitted. If you want to exercise any of these rights, please contact us.

Children’s Resources

It is also part of our commitment to make the internet a more secure environment for children Children’s internet activities should be monitored by their parents or guardians, and we encourage this.

In order to protect youngsters under the age of 13, GazetteBlaster does not gather any Personal Identifiable Information. Please tell us immediately if you suspect that your child has provided this kind of information on our website and we will do our utmost to quickly remove it from our database. Your assistance has been much appreciated.