Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy for www.liferaysolution.com

If you require any more information or have any questions about our privacy policy, please feel free to contact us by email at jignesh.vachhani@liferaysolution.com.

At www.liferaysolution.com, the privacy of our visitors is of extreme importance to us.
This privacy policy document outlines the types of personal information is received and collected by www.liferaysolution.com and how it is used.

Log Files
Like many other Web sites, www.liferaysolution.com makes use of log files.
The information inside the log files includes internet protocol ( IP ) addresses,
type of browser, Internet Service Provider ( ISP ), date/time stamp, referring/exit pages,
and number of clicks to analyze trends, administer the site, track user’s movement around the site,
and gather demographic information.
IP addresses, and other such information are not linked to any information that is personally identifiable.

Cookies
www.liferaysolution.com does use cookies to store information about visitors preferences,
record user-specific information on which pages the user access or visit,
customize Web page content based on visitors browser type or other information that the visitor sends via their browser.

Google Ads Cookie

.:: Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on www.liferaysolution.com.
.:: Google's use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to users based on their visit to www.liferaysolution.com and other sites on the Internet.
.:: Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy at the following URL - http://www.google.com/privacy_ads.html

Some of our advertising partners may use cookies and web beacons on our site. Our advertising partners include ....Google Adsense


These third-party ad servers or ad networks use technology to the advertisements and links that appear on www.liferaysolution.com send
directly to your browsers.
They automatically receive your IP address when this occurs. Other technologies ( such as cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons )
may also be used by the third-party ad networks to measure the effectiveness of their advertisements and / or to personalize the advertising content
that you see.

www.liferaysolution.com has no access to or control over these cookies that are used by third-party advertisers.

You should consult the respective privacy policies of these third-party ad servers for more detailed information on their practices as well as
for instructions about how to opt-out of certain practices.
www.liferaysolution.com's privacy policy does not apply to, and we cannot control the activities of, such other advertisers or web sites.

If you wish to disable cookies, you may do so through your individual browser options. More detailed information about cookie management with specific web browsers can be found at the browsers' respective websites.
http://www.google.com/policies/privacy/ads/



Blogger Content Policy

Blogger is a free service for communication, self-expression and freedom of speech. We believe that Blogger increases the availability of information, encourages healthy debate and makes possible new connections between people.

We respect our users' ownership of and responsibility for the content they choose to share. It is our belief that censoring this content is contrary to a service that bases itself on freedom of expression.

In order to uphold these values, we need to curb abuses that threaten our ability to provide this service and the freedom of expression it encourages. As a result, there are some boundaries on the type of content that can be hosted with Blogger. The boundaries we have defined are those that both comply with legal requirements and that serve to enhance the service as a whole.

Content Boundaries

Our content policies play an important role in maintaining a positive experience for you, the users. Please respect these guidelines. From time to time, we may change our content policies so please check here. Also, please note that when applying the policies below, we may make exceptions based on artistic, educational, documentary or scientific considerations or where there are other substantial benefits to the public from not taking action on the content.

Adult Content: We do allow adult content on Blogger, including images or videos that contain nudity or sexual activity. But, please mark your blog as 'adult' in your Blogger settings. Otherwise, we may put it behind a 'mature content' interstitial.

There are some exceptions to our adult content policy:

  • Do not use Blogger as a way to make money on adult content. For example, don't create blogs where a significant percentage of the content is ads or links to commercial porn sites.
  • No incest or bestiality content: We do not allow image, video or text content that depicts or encourages incest or bestiality.

Child safety: We have a zero tolerance policy towards content that exploits children. Some examples of this include:

  • Child pornography: We will terminate the accounts of any user we find publishing or distributing child pornography. We will also report that user to the authorities.
  • Paedophilia: We do not allow content that encourages or promotes sexual attraction towards children. For example, do not create blogs with galleries of images of children where the collection of images or text accompanying the images is sexually suggestive.

Hate Speech: We want you to use Blogger to express your opinions, even very controversial ones. But, don't cross the line by publishing hate speech. By this, we mean content that promotes hate or violence towards groups based on race, ethnicity, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran status or sexual orientation/gender identity. For example, don't write a blog saying that members of Race X are criminals or advocating violence against followers of Religion Y.

Crude Content: Don't post content just to be shocking or graphic. For example, collections of close-up images of gunshot wounds or accident scenes without additional context or commentary would violate this policy.

Violence: Don't threaten other people on your blog. For example, don't post death threats against another person or group of people and don't post content encouraging your readers to take violent action against another person or group of people.

Copyright: It is our policy to respond to clear notices of alleged copyright infringement. More information about our copyright procedures can be found here. Also, please don't provide links to sites where your readers can obtain unauthorised downloads of other people's content.

Personal and confidential information: It's not ok to publish another person's personal and confidential information. For example, don't post someone else's credit card numbers, Social Security numbers, unlisted phone numbers and driver's licence numbers. Also, please bear in mind that in most cases, information that is already available elsewhere on the Internet or in public records is not considered to be private or confidential under our policies.

Impersonating others: Please don't mislead or confuse readers by pretending to be someone else or pretending to represent an organisation when you don't. We're not saying that you can't publish parody or satire - just avoid content that is likely to mislead readers about your true identity.

Illegal activities: Don't use Blogger to engage in illegal activities or to promote dangerous and illegal activities. For example, don't author a blog encouraging people to drink and drive. Otherwise, we may delete your content. Also, in serious cases such as those involving the abuse of children, we may report you to the appropriate authorities.

Spam: Spam takes several forms in Blogger, all of which can result in deletion of your account or blog. Some examples include creating blogs designed to drive traffic to your site or to move it up in search listings, posting comments on other people's blogs just to promote your site or product and scraping existing content from other sources for the primary purpose of generating revenue or other personal gains.

Malware and viruses: Do not create blogs that transmit viruses, cause pop-ups, attempt to install software without the reader's consent or otherwise impact readers with malicious code. This is strictly forbidden on Blogger.

Enforcement of Blogger's Content Policy

If you encounter a blog that you believe violates our content policies, please report it to us using the 'Flag Blog' link located at the top of each blog (Note: If the blog owner has hidden this link, you can still report the blog by filling out this form).

Our team reviews these flags for policy violations. If the blog does not violate our policies, we will not take any action against the blog or blog owner. If we find that a blog does violate our content policies, we take one or more of the following actions based on the severity of the violation:

  • Put the blog behind a 'mature content' interstitial
  • Put the blog behind an interstitial where only the blog author can access the content
  • Delete the blog
  • Disable the author's access to his/her Blogger account
  • Disable the author's access to his/her Google account
  • Report the user to authorities





Advertising privacy FAQ

  1. How does Google protect my privacy when it comes to advertising?
  2. What information does Google use to serve me ads?
  3. What information is used to personalize ads on Google search, Gmail, and other Google properties?
  4. What information does YouTube use to serve me interest-based ads?
  5. How do I edit my ads preferences for interest-based advertising?
  6. How do I opt out of interest-based advertising?
  7. What is the Ads Preferences Manager?
  8. How does Google use the DoubleClick cookie to serve ads?
  9. What is an anonymous identifier and how is it used in ad serving?
  10. How does Google use cookies for Google Analytics?
  11. How does Google use cookies for other conversion tracking?
  12. How do I edit my ads preferences for applications and other clients?

How does Google protect my privacy when it comes to advertising?

We make protecting privacy a priority by being clear about what information we collect and how we will use the information to show relevant ads. We also make it easy for you to view, manage, and opt out of personalized ads on a variety of services ranging from Google properties like search, third party AdSense sites, and Google applications or clients. Of course, we will not sell or share with third parties your personally identifying information from ad serving cookies without your consent.

What information does Google use to serve me ads?

We serve ads through our AdWords program on our own websites, as well as on the Google Display Network. We also serve ads through our AdSense and AdMob programs on third-party partner sites and services (such as applications and other clients). We use a variety of methods to deliver ads that are relevant.
For the Google Display Network and AdMob network, we serve ads based on the content of sites you’ve viewed or the application you’re using on your device and may also use other partner data to target ads. For example, if you visit a gardening site, ads on that site may be related to gardening. In addition, we may serve ads based on your interests. As you browse Google sites or websites that have partnered with us or use and download applications on your device, Google may place cookies or anonymous identifiers (see more on anonymous identifiers below) in your browser or on your device to understand the types of pages visited, content that you viewed or applications on your mobile device. Based on this information and/or anonymized partner data, Google associates your cookies or anonymous identifiers with relevant interest categories and uses these categories to show interest-based ads. For example, if you frequently visit travel websites, Google may show more ads related to travel. Or, if you download a golf application, Google may show you ads related to golf. Google may also show you ads related to the content of sites in your recent browsing history. Google can also use the types of pages that you have visited, content that you have viewed, or applications on your device to infer demographics like your gender and age category. For example, if the sites that you visit and applications you download have a majority of female visitors (based on aggregated survey data on site visitation or application usage), we may associate your cookies and anonymous identifiers with the female demographic category.
In addition to ads based on interest categories, Google allows advertisers (including Google) to show you ads based on your previous interactions online or in applications, such as visits to advertisers’ websites or applications. For example, someone who visited the website or shopping application of an online sporting goods store can later receive ads about special offers from that store.
Google will not associate sensitive interest categories with your cookies or anonymous identifiers (such as those based on race, religion, sexual orientation, health, or sensitive financial categories), and will not use such categories when showing you interest-based ads.

What information is used to personalize ads on Google search, Gmail, and other Google properties?

When you search for something on Google without being signed in to your Google Account, the search results page shows results and ads that match your current search terms and location. If we think that the ads will be more relevant, we may also use recent searches for related topics and ads that you’ve clicked to decide which ads to show.
When you are signed in to your Google Account, we may use additional information to decide which ads to show. For example, we may use a recent previous search if we think the searches may be related, like a search for “New York” followed by a search for “hotels” – this can indicate that you want to find out about hotels in New York. We only use recent searches because it usually doesn’t make sense to draw connections between searches that are very far apart in time.
Another way we can personalize ads on search is by using your Google Web History. For example, if you recently clicked a search result for a surfing website, and then searched for “vacations,” this can indicate that you’re interested in vacation destinations where you can surf, and you may see ads for surfing vacations.
Additionally, we may use information that you tell us about yourself to personalize ads on search. For instance, certain products may give you the opportunity to tell us that you really like a particular retailer or brand and we can use that information later to show you ads for merchants and products & services that we think you might like.
In Gmail, most of the ads we show appear next to an open email message and match the contents of your email. When we personalize ads, we display ads based on the contents of all your emails. For example, if you’ve recently received lots of messages about photography or cameras, we might show you a deal from a local camera store.
Not all ads are personalized to you on Google search, Gmail, and other Google properties. We personalize ads only when we think the additional information improves the ad selection for you.

What information does YouTube use to serve me interest-based ads?

Using the DoubleClick cookie, YouTube also displays interest-based advertising to show relevant ads on its site. The interest categories are determined by your visits to websites that use our AdSense program, as well as by the videos you search for, prefer to watch, or actions you take (such as uploading) on YouTube. The DoubleClick cookie associates your browser with relevant interest categories and uses these categories to show interest-based ads. We do not combine personally identifiable information from your YouTube account or Google account with the cookie data used to serve interest-based advertising without your consent. To learn more, see YouTube Advertising and You.

How do I edit my ads preferences for interest-based advertising?

Interest and demographic categories are based on visits to sites in the Google Display Network or other services or applications you use or download. Using the Ads Preferences Manager for browsers, you can edit your ads preferences in browsers by adding interest categories that are relevant to you. Using the Ads Preferences Manager for browsers and Ads Preferences Manager for applications, you can remove any interest categories that don’t apply and Google will no longer use them for showing you interest-based ads. You can also change which demographic categories are associated with your cookies or anonymous identifiers. When you edit your ads preferences, your new settings may not take immediate effect, since it takes time for the change to be processed in our systems.

How do I opt out of interest-based advertising?

If you prefer not to receive interest-based advertising in web browsers, you can always click the “Opt out” button on the Ads Preferences Manager. When you are accessing the web through a web browser, Google also offers a number of options to permanently save your opt-out settings in your browser. After you opt out, Google will not collect interest category information and you will not receive interest-based ads via Google when accessing the web through a web browser. You will still see the same number of ads as before, and Google may still show relevant ads based on the content of a web page, or other non-personal information. For example, if you visit a gardening site, Google can determine the content of the site and may automatically show ads related to gardening to all visitors without using a cookie. Additionally, whenever we serve an ad on Google search or on the sites of our AdSense for search partners, the ads which are displayed may still be based on the search terms you enter.
If you prefer not to receive interest-based advertising in applications and other clients that use anonymous identifiers, you can always opt out using the appropriate preferences manager.
Read more about opting out of interest-based advertising in applications and other clients.

What is the Ads Preferences Manager?

The Ads Preferences Manager is a Google site where you can manage settings associated with the ads you see. Our goal is to provide you with transparency and choice about the ads we show you.
  • For Google search and Gmail, we explain why you got specific ads, let you block ads from websites you aren’t interested in, and opt out of seeing personalized ads on search results pages and in Gmail.
  • For websites that have partnered with Google to show AdWords ads, we show you a list of the interests we associate with you which may affect the ads you see on those websites. We also let you add or delete interests from that list and opt out of seeing ads based on inferred interests or demographics.

How does Google use the DoubleClick cookie to serve ads?

A cookie is a snippet of text that is sent from a website’s servers and stored on a web browser. Like most websites and search engines, Google uses cookies in order to provide a better user experience and to serve relevant ads.
Google uses the DoubleClick cookie on AdSense sites, partner sites and certain Google services to serve more relevant ads across the web and limit the number of times a given ad is shown to you. When you visit a website, view an ad, or click an ad supported by Google’s advertising services, we may set a cookie on your browser. This advertising cookie will appear in your browser as coming from the domain “doubleclick.net” or from the domain of the site you are visiting.
When the cookie is set on your browser, it allows Google to gather information about your browser’s interaction with a given ad. This information gets recorded in a log that looks something like this:
time: 06/Aug/2008 12:01:32
ad_placement_id: 105
ad_id: 1003
userid: 0000000000000001
client_ip: 123.45.67.89
referral_url: "http://youtube.com/categories"
The “time” field reflects the time the ad was displayed. The “ad placement id” and “ad id” identify the advertising campaign and the specific ad served. The “userid” is the display ad cookie that identifies the browser. The “client IP” reflects the user’s Internet Protocol (IP) address. A “referral URL” indicates the URL of the page where the ad was served. Our logs also record whether a user’s browser clicks or interacts with an ad.
This information helps Google deliver ads that are relevant to your interests, control the number of times you see a given ad, and measure the effectiveness of ad campaigns. Anyone who prefers not to see ads with this level of relevance can opt out. This opt-out will be specific only to the browser that you are using when you click the “Opt out” button.

What is an anonymous identifier and how is it used in ad serving?

To serve ads in services where cookie technology may not be available (for example, in applications and other clients), we may use anonymous identifiers. To serve ads that are relevant and tailored to your interests, we may use information about your activity in these services as well as non-personally identifying information, such as demographic data.
Mobile applications may have access to your device identifier and may pass it to Google when you use an application that displays Google AdSense or AdMob ads. Whether or not we receive your device identifier, we only associate information directly with anonymous identifiers, not with device identifiers themselves. In cases where we receive your device identifier, an anonymous identifier is created in association with your device. This allows you full control, because unlike a device identifier that you cannot change or delete, you can choose to reset or disable anonymous identifiers at any time.

How does Google use cookies for Google Analytics?

Google Analytics is Google’s free web analytics tool that helps website owners understand how their visitors engage with their website. Google Analytics collects information anonymously, and much like examining footprints in sand, it reports website trends without identifying individual visitors. Analytics uses its own set of cookies to track visitor interactions. These cookies are used to store information, such as what time the current visit occurred, whether the visitor has been to the site before, and what site referred the visitor to the web page. Google Analytics customers can view a variety of reports about how visitors interact with their website so they can improve their website and how people find it. A different set of cookies is used for each website, and visitors are not tracked across multiple sites. Analytics customers are obliged to notify users of their use of analytics software. To disable this type of cookie, some browsers will indicate when a cookie is being sent and allow you to decline cookies on a case-by-case basis. In addition to declining cookies, you can also install the Google Analytics Opt-out Add-on in your browser, which prevents Google Analytics from collecting information about your website visits.
For customers that have enabled the Remarketing with Google Analytics feature, the third-party DoubleClick cookie is used to enable remarketing for products like AdWords on the Google Display Network. To manage your settings for this cookie and opt-out of this feature, visit the Ads Preferences Manager.
Learn more about the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on and other Google Analytics privacy information.

How does Google use cookies for other conversion tracking?

Beyond Google Analytics and DoubleClick cookies, Google uses cookies to help businesses that buy ads from Google determine how many people who click their ads end up purchasing their products. The conversion tracking cookie is set on your browser only when you click an ad delivered by Google where the advertiser has opted in to conversion tracking. These cookies expire within 30 days and do not contain information that can identify you personally. If this cookie has not yet expired when you visit certain pages of the advertiser’s website, Google and the advertiser will be able to tell that you clicked the ad and proceeded to that page. Each advertiser gets a different cookie, so no cookie can be tracked across advertiser websites. If you want to disable conversion tracking cookies, you can set your browser to block cookies from the googleadservices.com domain.
Additionally, due to the current lack of per-domain cookie settings in iOS and Android mobile browsers, you must disable all cookies in order to opt out of mobile conversion tracking.

How do I edit my ads preferences for applications and other clients?

You can use the Ads Preferences Manager for applications to edit associated interest categories, reset your ad preferences, or opt out of interest-based ads on your mobile device.
To change your preferences, simply follow the instructions below for your mobile device.
Android
  1. Open Play Store on your device
  2. Press Menu and select Settings
iOS
  1. Download the Google Search app or scan the QR code above using your mobile device
  2. Open the Settings page of the downloaded Google Search app
Your mobile applications ads preferences may also be applied to “Ads by Google” within your web browser and vice versa. To manage your ads preferences for “Ads by Google” you see within browsers, visit the Ads Preferences Manager for browsers.