Privacy and Policies

Our Privacy and Policies

The “Service” is run by Blogger, who also runs the website

This page explains our practices for obtaining, using, and disclosing your personal information when you use our service.

We won’t use or disclose your information in any other way than what is stated in this privacy statement.

Our Core Values

Through the right application of security technologies, we make every effort to safeguard user privacy. This implies that we take care to have the necessary technological and physical security measures in place to protect your information. When we outsource any processes, we make sure the service provider has the necessary security precautions.

We’ll keep your information private. You should only opt-in to receive marketing emails from Blogger and carefully selected third parties.But periodically, we might send you emails with questions, such reminders, cautions, or requests for copyright.

Only in situations where we have a legitimate business need and are legally permitted to do so will we collect and use specific user information.

In our interactions with you, we will be open and honest about the data we will gather about you and the purposes for which we will use it.

Only the intended use(s) for which they were originally gathered will be made use of by us, and we’ll make sure any leftover personal data are destroyed safely.

Internet use is required to access our website. This implies that your data can be accessible from anywhere in the world, regardless of where you decide to post it on the website.

Your Personal Information is used by us to provide and enhancing the offering. You consent to the collection and use of your information in line with this policy by using the service.

Terms used above, unless otherwise specified, have the same meanings as those found in our Terms & Conditions, which are available at

Information Gathering and Utilization

We may request certain personally identifying information about you while you use our service that can be used to get in touch with or identify you. Your email address is one kind of personally identifiable information that could be included (“Personal Information”).

Log Information

Every time you access our Service, your browser gives us information (“Log Data”). This Log Data could include details like the Internet Protocol (“IP”) address of your computer, the type of browser you’re using, browser type, the Service sites you access, the time and date of your visit, how long you spend on each page, and other data.

In order to improve the performance of our Service, we may also employ third-party services like Google Analytics that gather, track, and analyze this kind of data. The privacy rules of these third-party service providers specify how they use such data.


Cookies are little data files that may contain an anonymous unique identification. Cookies are little text files that a website sends to your browser and stores on your computer’s hard drive.

“Cookies” are a tool we employ to gather data. You can tell your browser to always reject cookies or to let you know when one is being sent.

However, you might not be able to utilize all of our Service if you refuse to accept cookies.

Cookies with two clicks

Cookies are used by Google, a third-party vendor, to show adverts on our Service. By using the Double-Click cookie, Google and its partners can target advertisements to our users based on their visits to our Service and other websites on the Internet.

Visit the Google Ad Settings page to choose not to have the Double-Click Cookie used for interest-based advertising.

Service Companies

To facilitate our service, to deliver the service on our behalf, to carry out service-related tasks, or to help us analyze how our service is used, we might work with third-party businesses and people.

These third parties possess entry to Specialist co-ops

We might utilize outsider organizations and people to work with our administration, to offer the support for our benefit, to perform administration related administrations, or to help us in breaking down how our administration is utilized.

These outsiders approach your Own Data just to play out these assignments for our benefit and are committed not to uncover or involve it for some other reason.


We might utilize your Own Data to reach you with pamphlets, showcasing or limited time materials, and other data that might hold any importance with you. By following the unsubscribe link or following the instructions provided in any email we send you, you can opt out of receiving any or all of these communications from us.

Compliance with Laws We will disclose your Personal Information if we are required to do so by law, a subpoena, or if we believe that doing so is necessary to comply with the law, the reasonable requests of law enforcement, or to safeguard our service’s security or integrity.

Security We place a high value on the safety of your personal information; however, keep in mind that neither electronic storage nor the transmission of data over the Internet can guarantee complete security. While we endeavor to utilize economically satisfactory means to safeguard your Own Data, we can’t ensure its outright security.

International Transfer Your data, including Personal Information, may be stored and transferred to computers outside of your state, province, country, or other governmental jurisdiction where data protection laws may differ.

Please be aware that we transfer information, including Personal Information, to Pakistan and process it there if you choose to provide us with information from a location other than Pakistan.

Your submission of this information, in conjunction with your acceptance of this Privacy Policy, signifies your consent to the transfer.

Connections to Different Locales

Our Administration might contain connections to different locales that are not worked by us. Assuming that you click on an outsider connection, you will be coordinated to that outsider’s site. We strongly recommend that you examine each website’s privacy statement.

We take no responsibility for the content, privacy policies, or practices of any third-party websites or services and have no control over them.

Privacy for Children The term “Children” refers to anyone under the age of 13.

We don’t purposely gather by and by recognizable data from youngsters under 13. Please get in touch with us if you are a parent or guardian and are aware that your children have given us personal information. We take steps to delete the information from our servers whenever we learn that we have collected Personal Information from children under the age of 13 without verifying parental consent.

Disclaimer for Official statements:

PR firms, businesses, media partners, and other parties frequently send bloggers press releases. The accuracy and completeness of the information provided in the press releases is not our responsibility.

We maintain whatever authority is needed to roll out essential improvements in any PR (whenever required) and we likewise maintain whatever authority is needed to reject or eliminate old PRs whenever without timely notification.

Changes to This Privacy Statement From time to time, we may update this Privacy Statement. By publishing the updated Privacy Policy on this page, we will inform you of any modifications.

You are encouraged to audit this Protection Strategy intermittently for any changes. Changes to this Security Strategy are viable when they are posted on this page.

Please contact us at if you have any questions regarding this Privacy Policy.