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Privacy Policy

Effective date: 18 May 2023

This Privacy Policy outlines the information practices followed by Travelophia regarding the collection, use, and disclosure of personal information when you visit our website and interact with Google AdSense advertisements displayed on our website.

Invalid Clicks and Impressions:

As a publisher using Google AdSense, we strictly prohibit any artificial inflation of impressions and/or clicks on ads. Publishers, including ourselves, are prohibited from clicking on their own ads or using any methods to generate clicks or impressions artificially. This includes manual methods, automated click and impression-generating tools, robots, deceptive software, or any other prohibited methods defined by Google. Clicks on Google ads must be genuine and result from user interest.

Encouraging Clicks or Views (Non-Rewarded Inventory):

Except for rewarded inventory, we are prohibited from asking or incentivizing others to click or view the Google ads displayed on our website. We must not use deceptive implementation methods to obtain clicks or views, including compensating users or promising compensation to a third party for viewing ads or performing searches. Additionally, we must not use phrases such as “click the ads,” “support us,” “visit these links,” or similar language to encourage users to click on Google ads. The use of graphical gimmicks, misleading images, or floating box scripts that direct user attention to the ads is also prohibited. Our website content should not be formatted in a way that makes it difficult to distinguish it from ads, and misleading labels should not be placed above Google ad units.

Traffic Sources:

We cannot place Google ads on pages that receive traffic from prohibited sources. This includes participating in paid-to-click programs, sending unwanted emails, or displaying ads resulting from the actions of any software application. If we use online advertising to drive traffic to our website, we must ensure compliance with Google’s Landing Page Quality Guidelines.

Ad Behavior:

As publishers, we may make modifications to the AdSense ad code, provided that such modifications do not artificially inflate ad performance or harm advertisers. Please refer to the “Modification of the AdSense Ad Code” section for more information.

Ad Placement:

While we encourage experimentation with different ad placements and formats, we must adhere to the policies outlined by each product used. Placing AdSense code in inappropriate locations such as pop-ups, emails, or software is prohibited. Please consult our ad placement policies for more details.

Google Ads, Search Boxes, and Search Results:

Integration of Google ads, search boxes, or search results into software applications, including toolbars, is prohibited (excluding AdMob). Displaying Google ads, search boxes, or search results in pop-ups or pop-unders is also not allowed. Furthermore, placing ads inside emails or on pages primarily focused on email messages is prohibited. Google ads cannot be placed on pages where dynamically generated content is the primary focus, such as live chat, instant messaging, or auto-refreshing comments. Non-content-based pages, pages published solely for showing ads, and pages that may confuse users into thinking they are associated with Google are also not allowed. Placing ads on, within, or alongside other Google products or services in violation of their respective policies is strictly prohibited. Framing content without permission is also not permitted.

Site Behavior:

We ensure that our website displaying Google ads provides an easy and uninterrupted user experience. Our site does not change user preferences, redirect users to unwanted websites, initiate downloads without user consent, include malware, or contain pop-ups or pop-unders that interfere with site navigation.

Deceptive Site Navigation:

We do not use deceptive implementation methods that mislead users into clicking or viewing ads. This includes false claims of streaming content or downloads, linking to non-existent content, redirecting users to irrelevant or misleading web pages, and other navigation techniques

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