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Privacy Policy

Herald Publishing Company is committed to maintaining the online privacy of its users. This privacy policy aims to explain the types of information we collect about our users on the websites of Herald Publishing Company and how we use that information.

Information collected on our websites

Certain content areas and features of are accessible only to registered users, and registration requires that you provide some personal information, including a valid e-mail address. This information is collected to help us understand our audience so we can improve the service we provide. Information about individuals is private and will not be shared with advertisers or other third parties, except in aggregate form. Herald Publishing will not give up control of your e-mail address to any third party. Herald Publishing reserves the right and at times might use e-mail addresses collected through the registration process for Herald Publishing marketing activities. Those marketing activities might involve the use of software and hosting services provided by third-party vendors. No third-party vendor will be authorized to use data collected by Herald Publishing for any purpose outside the scope of service provided to Herald Publishing. Users have the right to opt out of receiving marketing or any other kind of e-mail from Herald Publishing, and Herald Publishing will make it easy for users to exercise that option via a hyperlink in all e-mails sent by Herald Publishing or any third-party vendor.

Site statistics

Herald Publishing uses server logs and third party software programs to measure traffic to our website. While these logs and programs do not record user-specific information, they do record IP addresses, pages being requested, the date and time of the requests, referrals from other websites and information about the browser and operating systems of our users. This information is used by Herald Publishing and shared with advertisers only in aggregate form.

Interest-based advertising

We and third parties may use cookies and other tracking technologies to facilitate serving relevant ads to you. For example, these technologies help us determine whether you have seen a particular advertisement before, tailor ads to you if you have visited our site before and avoid sending you duplicate advertisements. However, they do not identify you personally and are not associated with your registration account. You can disable cookies and other tracking technologies as described above. You also can learn more about certain types of targeted advertising, or opt-out of receiving targeted advertising from participating ad networks, audience segment providers, ad serving vendors and other service providers, by clicking here to reach the Network Advertising Initiative site:

We may allow advertisers to choose the characteristics of users who will see their advertisements, and we may use any of the non-personally identifying information we have collected (including information you may have decided not to show to other users, such as your birth year or other sensitive personal information or preferences) to select the appropriate audience for those advertisements. We do not identify you to the advertiser.


A cookie is a small file sent to your browser via a Web server and stored on your computer’s hard drive. Cookies are commonly used to remember registration information, to limit the frequency of pop-under ads and to limit participation in surveys. Most browsers allow users to adjust the cookie settings. Some features of Herald Publishing’s websites will not function correctly if you do not allow cookies. Some of our advertisers may serve cookies to your browser as well. Herald Publishing does not have control over cookies placed by our advertisers. However, you have the ability to control whether or not your browser will accept cookies from certain advertisers or ad servers.

Policy changes

Herald Publishing retains the right to change this policy at any time at its sole discretion.

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