Google Privacy Policy


This blog uses Google services; it is important for visitors to know that Google take privacy policy very seriously. It will help you understand what information google collects, why they collect it and what they do with it. Below is a summary of Google Policy, please find link to complete policy in the end along with some other useful resources.

1. Information You Provide: 

It collects information in different ways, you would be required to sign up for a google account and provide your name, email address, telephone number or credit card to store on account. Google will also allow you to create your own profile and you can have your own photo displayed there. In order to publish an article, or post a comment, you will need to have a basic google account.

2. Information Google Collects: 

Google collects information about services that you use and how you use them. It collects device specific information, your search queries, videos watched on youtube, language, device crashed information, browser, date and time settings etc. All such information is stored in server log files. Google collects and store personal information locally on your device using browser web storage and application data cache. Google also use cookies and similar technologies to collect and store information when you use their service. Gamescover uses Google Analytics feature to analyse web traffic including page impressions, source, keywords and other such important but non-personal information.

3. How Google Use information: 

Google use information through all of its services to provide, maintain, protect, and improve them and to protect google and its users. Google save all communication that you had with them and may inform you about new changes and updates. Google use information collected through cookie and pixel technology to improve user experience and overall quality of services. Google combine information from one service you use to another google service to make it easier for you to share things. Google will always request your consent if they need to use your personal information that are not mentioned in their privacy policy.

4. Transparency and Choice: 

Everyone takes privacy in different way, google allow you to review and update your google activity controls, view and edit your preferences, adjust how your profile appears to others, control who you share information with, take information and choose what you share.

5. Information Google Share: 

Google can share your personal information with your consent to domain administrator, external processing and for legal purposes.

Updated on: 26 May 2020

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