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Personal Information We Collect About You
When you use our website, we and our partners collect some personal data about you. Depending on your privacy choices, the personal data we collect includes:
Device identifiers such as your IP address, iOS Identifier for Advertising (IDFA), Android Advertising ID, or a partner-specific identifier.
Information about your devices, such as the type, model, manufacturer, operating system, operating system version, carrier name, browser, and screen size.
Information about how you use our website (search keywords, visited pages, etc).
Name, email address, and third-party login identifiers, but only when you explicitly choose to share it with our website through a 3rd party login system such as Twitter or Google.
Any identifiers you provide for our services to work, such as emails and usernames.
How We Use The Personal Data We Collect About You
We and our partners use the personal data we collect to:
Improve our Website: Usage data allows us to quickly identify problems in our website, introduce new features or improve usability.
Improve our presence in search engines: We use Google Analytics and Search Console in order to have a better understanding of how users find our website and improve our presence in the search engines.
Ads: We compromise that we will never use any of your personal data to personalize our ads (in case we use Ads in the future), except for your country, language, and device/resolution information (which is always tracked by Google Analytics).
Usernames and public user identifiers: they are necessary to bring you customized content and to reference user-created content.
Emails: We will use them only in case it is necessary (e.g password reset emails, account verifications, important website announcements, or special rewards)
Third-party OAuth providers: We use only the necessary information coming from our login providers, to provide basic account creation data: Display Name, Email, and Picture URL if available. OAuth tokens are never used or stored by the website itself, but they are handled via Google Firebase to validate the login.
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Third-party Login Providers:
Email and Password (via Google Firebase)