What is cookie?

Cookie is usually a small bit of data a site may store in your browser. The browser automatically sends this information back to the site's servers whenever you revisit a site. This is very useful for your onLine experience as the sites can for example remember you are logged in, offer you shorter ways to reach your favourite content, restructure the content to be easily navigable, adapt the new offers and ads to your interests based on the choices you have made previously or remembering and respecting your previous decisions.

In reality, there are more ways to store a small bit of data in your browser, most of them called with hard to remember and understand names (like Flash Local Shared Object, HTML 5 Local Storage etc.). To make it simple, whenever we talk about cookies, we mean all of those different things and so you can forget those strange names right away.

What we store in cookie?

iBILLBOARD uses cookie only to store strictly anonymous user ID. So, whenever you revisit a page with our ads we know that we have seen you already before ( but we don't know who you are - we don't know your name, your address or any other personally identifying information). We store this ID in a cookie named 'ibbid'.

What we use the cookie for?

iBILLBOARD may use this cookie for some or all of the following purposes:

In any case we use the information only for counting (reporting) purposes or improved ad delivery and better online experience.

What we don't use the cookie for?

We never use the cookie and the ID to link it with ANY information that would allow us to identify a person behind that ID. We also never store any information you might fill in online forms (but we may use the keywords you are looking for in search engines to better understand your interests). We do not track and store anything related to private life including religion, politics or sexuality.

Personally identifiable information

If you register with us and provide any kind of personally identifiable information (PII), we NEVER link it to your ID. We only store your PII as long and to such extent which allows us to deliver you what you asked us to deliver.

You can always contact us to review what we store or request removal of such information.

Do we disclose any information to outside parties?

We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties your personally identifiable information which you may have provided to us. This does not include trusted third parties who assist us in operating our website, conducting our business, or servicing you, so long as those parties agree to keep this information confidential.

We may also release your information when we believe release is appropriate to comply with the law, or protect ours or others rights, property, or safety.

However, non-personally identifiable visitor information may be provided to other parties for marketing, advertising, or other uses. Your Consent If you continue to use this website, you consent to our websites privacy policy.

We respect your choice

As we are proud to respect users online privacy you can adjust your approval with what we can or cannot do with your cookie on this page whenever you feel like. The table below lists your current setting. Feel free to adjust it now or come back here any time, these options will still be here for you. You can also review what you are currently allowing us to do with your ID ''. For a more general cookie approval settings you can use also your browser's set-up options.

Your anonymous ID

Your current settings

I agree to use it for simple counting purposes.

I agree to use it to limit repeated exposure to the ads.

I agree to use it for displaying more relevant ads.

I agree to use it to deliver me more interesting ads and offers corresponding to my interests.

Express your choice

IMPORTANT NOTE: Quite paradoxically there is no way to remember your choice for us other than storing it in the cookie - that is why every user ID begins with a number denoting you current level of approval (00 means 'do not track'). If you remove this cookie or disallow setting this cookie, we cannot remember your choice.