goodlyads.com provides a broad mix of products and services through various channels. We provide products and services through websites we own or operate for our business partners (collectively, the “Digital Turbine Sites”). Certain products and services are primarily provided to our mobile operator and handset manufacturer partners, through software solutions of ours embedded in devices distributed by such business partners. Certain personal and non-personal information is collected and or shared with us through products and services we provide we provide to end-users.
What We Collect
As part of our products and services, We receive information in order to provision such services and to better service users and our business partners. Two types of data and information are collected by Us or shared with Us:
Non-personal Information: which is non-identifying and non-identifiable information, without particular reference to the identity of the user from which such information was collected; and
Personal Information: which is individually identifiable information that identifies an individual, or may with reasonable effort identify an individual, either alone or in combination with other information, or may be of private or sensitive nature. As part of our products and services, We may receive, collect and analyze personal information in order to provide services requested by or offered to our business partners, and to improve the features and usability of our products and services. Such personal information is acquired from either our business partners, the user’s mobile device, or directly from the user, and may include device usage information such as log information regarding the use of applications and device features, which applications have been downloaded, installed and uninstalled, websites visited, wireless location, network traffic data, product and device-specific information and identifiers, service options the user chooses, mobile and device identifiers, and other similar information.
Our advertising partners may share with us information that describes how often users use their applications and information about events that occur within their application.
We may also use personal information which is shared with us by users of our services or visitors to our websites (such as name, email address or other address you provide, and any other information you provide us when you contact us for support or provide feedback), to respond to inquiries and to allow login with email address and social media accounts.
Information Collected On our Websites
When you use our websites, information may be collected through cookies and web beacons about your device and your visit including browsing activity as you interact with our sites; IP address; and information about your connection, including your device’s browser, operating system, platform type and Internet connection speed. We use this information for operational, performance measurement and other business purposes; We also may use this information to assess the effectiveness of our sites and to help you should you request help with navigation problems on these sites.
Visitors or subscribers of our services may provide contact information through our websites in connection with purchasing or content access inquiries; to find out more about goodlyads.com, and to be contacted by a goodlyads.com representative. We may use this information to respond to your request, and for business purposes such as marketing and research. We will not rent or sell this information to other companies.
We do not set cookies as part of our media buying activities.
How We Use Collected Information
We use the information We collect for the purpose of providing our products and services as well as perform analysis to improve our products, services and technologies and those of our partners. The information also enables targeting capabilities that are most likely suited for our business partners and device users. In addition, We use the information to analyze the performance of advertising campaigns of our business partners and to provide them with performance reports.
Who We Share The Information With
We do not share the data which We collect or which is shared with us, with third parties other than our business partners and users of our products and services that are strictly related with such data. Our business partners then may use the data for various purposes, such as targeting applications, advertisements or other content. We may also use some of the data We collect that can be publicly disclosed to create industry reports, analyses, and similar materials that We may use for sales, marketing or other business purposes.
Please note that there are some exceptions where We may be obligated to provide data to third parties such as regulatory authorities and law enforcement officials when We believe in good faith that the law requires such disclosure.
We respect ‘Do Not Track’ settings
Users can indicate their privacy preferences through Limit Ad Tracking settings on iOS devices or Opt Out from Personalized Ads settings on Android devices. Whenever publishing partners pass us requests with the Do Not Track flag set, we do not retain any device-level data associated with the request.
Opt out of seeing personalized ads
Ads Settings lets you opt out seeing personalized ads on your device:
Settings–>Google–>Ads–>Opt out of Ads Personalization
Ads Settings lets you opt out seeing personalized ads when you’re:
• Signed into your Google Account (“Ads Personalization”)
• Signed out of your Google Account and browsing the websites and apps that partner with Google to show ads (“Ads Personalization Across the Web”)
• Signed out of your Google Account and using Google Search (“Ads Personalization on Google Search”)
If you’re signed in to your Google Account:
Opt out of Ads Personalization
1. Go to Ads Settings
2. Click or tap the slider next to “Opt out of Ads Personalization”
3. Click or tap TURN ON
This opt-out will work across all of your signed-in devices when we recognize you as being signed-in.
If you’re signed out of your Google Account:
Opt out of Ads Personalization Across the Web
1. Go to Ads Settings
2. Click or tap the slider next to “Ads Personalization Across the Web”
3. Click or tap TURN OFF
Opt out of Ads Personalization on Google Search
1. Go to Ads Settings
2. Click or tap the slider next to “Ads Personalization on Google Search”
3. Click or tap TURN OFF
To reset your Android Advertising Identifier, open “Settings”, tap “Google”, then tap “Ads” and then click “Reset Advertising ID”.
Opt-out of ads targeted based on your location
You may choose to opt out of receiving location-based advertising and offers on your iOS device by opening “Settings”, tapping “Privacy”, tapping “Location Services”, tapping “System Services”, and sliding the Location-Based Apple Ads switch to “off”. Apple’s advertising platform does not receive location-based information when you turn off Location Services on your device.
Opt-out of targeted advertising
You may choose to enable Limit Ad Tracking on iOS by opening “Settings,” then tapping on “Privacy,” then ”Advertising”, and sliding the Limit Ad Tracking switch to ”on”. To enable Limit Ad Tracking on Apple TV open “Settings”, select “General” then “Privacy”, and set “Limit Ad Tracking” to ”on.”
If you chose to enable Limit Ad Tracking, Apple’s advertising platform will opt your Apple ID out of receiving ads targeted to your interests regardless of what device you are using. Apps or advertisers that do not use Apple’s advertising platform are required to check the Limit Ad Tracking setting and are not permitted by Apple’s guidelines to serve you targeted ads if you have Limit Ad Tracking enabled.
Whenever you want to clear the data associated with your Advertising Identifier, you can simply reset it. To reset your Advertising Identifier on iOS, open “Settings”, tap “Privacy”, tap “Advertising”, and tap “Reset Advertising Identifier”. To reset your Advertising Identifier on Apple TV, open “Settings”, then select “General”, select “Privacy”, and click “Reset Advertising Identifier.”
When you enable Limit Ad Tracking, your advertising identifier is set to null for third-party apps. It is automatically reset to a new random identifier when you disable Limit Ad Tracking.
If you enable Limit Ad Tracking, you may still receive the same number of ads, but the ads may be less relevant to you.
We take industry-standard security measures that include physical, administrative, and technical safeguards that are designed to protect the personal information that We collect and maintain. Please be aware, however, that despite our efforts, no security measures are perfect or impenetrable and no method of data transmission can be guaranteed against any interception or other types of misuse.
Contact Us For Any Questions or Concerns
Changes To This Policy
Updated January 15, 2018.