PCTips.info respects the privacy of visitors to the PCTips.info website. All information provided by our visitors is therefore carefully and confidentially treated. The processing of personal data takes place in a manner that follows the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Act (WBP).
The data processed will not be sold to third parties, nor will the processed data be used for any form of marketing and/or targeted e-mail.
What exactly are cookies?
Using cookies, we ensure that when you visit our website, you do not repeatedly receive or need to enter the same information. This makes visiting our website easier for you. Cookies also enable us to see how the site is being used and, where necessary, to improve it.
Google Analytics (website traffic) cookies
We also share information about your site with our social media partners, Facebook, Twitter, and Google plus, advertising, and analysis. These partners may combine this data with other information you have provided or that they have collected based on your use of their services.
Google Adsense cookies
You can find out exactly what Google Adsense cookies are in the article of Google “About Google Advertisements.”
CleverBridge AG Cookies
Cookies from Cleverbridge AG are placed via PCTips.info. These cookies serve to store information about a sold product that is promoted via our website. This technique is better known under Affiliate Marketing.
Cleverbridge explains what kind of personal and data anonymous data they collect, what type of information they share, and whom they share this information.
Do you not want to allow cookies?
If you do not want to allow cookies or wish to make changes here, you can change it. On the following website, you will find information about whether or not to enable cookies and how to change this, www.youronlinechoices.com.
Do Not Track browser setting
Some Internet browsers can send “Do Not Track” (DNT) signals to the website they are sharing data with (website traffic). Our website does nothing with the request of a browser with a Do Not Track signal. For more information about Do Not Track, please visit donottrack.us.
Adjusting the Privacy and Cookie Statement
We reserve the right to amend this privacy and cookie statement. Changes will be published here on this page if necessary.
* This policy was changed on 4th July 2020.