Based on the country you reside, there is an international version of our site featuring advertising. These advertisements are suited and tailor made to fit in individual unique users. It may be based on pages you visit, since we try to make these messages or advertisments relevant and informative and make ur stay pleasant.
How is information collected?
Many websites and major web publishers use a method called "onsite behaviour targeting". These readymade advertisements are facilitated by a company called "Audience Science" (check). Since the tracking system uses its limited information to present you the ads that the system believes are relevant to you, based on your onsite needs, search and browsing.
We or our service providers do not, at any point of time, identify you individually and at no point of time, we know what pages you have been browsing.
Our 'onsite behaviour targeting' function is different because we only look at the journey across www.inadailynews.com and websites controlled by INA Daily News. It is therefore not like other forms of behavioural targetting. It should be also noted that we do not share date with or from other external websites.
Suppose you do not want to receive advertisement:
We respect your privacy and understand that some of you may not choose or want or would at some point of time want to opt out of our tailored advertising message displays. You may opt out or adjust the settings via the box on the right hand corner of this page . This will place a cookie in ur device or computer that we recognise that u do not wish to receive advertisements of these types.
If you choose to opt out of receiving tailored advertisements, you will still see the same amount of advertisements but this may not be relevant to you. Suppose you opt out using settings, then settings is changed for that device, incase you browse from other device or system, you would need to opt out again.
In cases cookies are deleted, again www.inadailynews.com will not be able to recognise that you have previously opted you and you need to opt out again.