PRIVACY

We at darktarot.com have your privacy at heart.

For this reason, we do not memorize your personal information.

If we should come into possession of your personal information, it will not, in any case, be communicated to third parties.

Storing Data on the User’s Device

In order to facilitate the user who is consulting the Tarot for free, our systems offer the ability for the user to store their data on the device that they are using (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.).

In this way, the user is facilitated, since they do not have to retype their details each time they require a consultation.

To ensure maximum privacy and confidentiality, this storage option is disabled by default.

But even in the case where the user chooses to activate it, data will be stored only on the user’s device, and will never be stored on our servers or in any other way by us.

Information on the Use of Cookies

- Short Version

To provide our services we need to know statistics about which of our pages users visit. We use a tool named Google Analytics that provides this data and may use cookies. We inform you that because we use this tool Google may know you visited this website and your browsing habits and behavior.

We fund this website, and the services we offer for free, through advertising. For this purpose we use a service named “Google AdSense”/“DoubleClick” that may use cookies. We inform you that because we use this service Google may know you visited this website and your browsing habits and behavior.

In summary, there are third-party companies that may know you visited this website and your browsing habits and behavior. We cannot control them but we do not believe this knowledge poses any threat to you.

These are just some of the key points and examples. If you need further details, keep reading and you will find all the information about cookies on our website, as well as all of the necessary links and instructions to manage your preferences.

- What are Cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that a website can store on your browser or the hard drive of your computer or other device. Cookies are sent back to the originating website on each subsequent visit.

Visiting a website you may receive cookies both from the visited site (“owners”), and from specifically selected websites run by other organizations (“third parties”).

Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognize the user’s device. They do lots of different jobs, like remembering your preferences, and generally improving the user experience.

- What are Technical Cookies?

Technical cookies allow you to access the standard functions offered by the website, without which certain services would not be available (the so-called navigation and functional cookies).

Similar to technical cookies are analytics cookies, which are those cookies a website uses to collect aggregated information on online access when you navigate through the different pages of a website during a browsing session.

- Do We Use Our Own Technical Cookies at darktarot.com?

Yes.

We use a functional cookie to allow your preferences and personal data to be saved on the device you are using (i.e. your name, date of birth, and other details for your tarot readings).

We also use a proprietary analytic cookie to track the number of times you use the tools available on our website (i.e. number of tarot readings).

- Do We Use Third-party Technical Cookies at darktarot.com?

Yes.

To provide our services we need to know statistics about which of our pages users visit. We use a tool named Google Analytics that provides this data and may use cookies. We inform you that because we use this tool Google may know you visited this website and your browsing habits and behavior.

Here you can find detailed information and instructions to manage/deactivate Google Analytics’ cookies: http://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245

- What are Profiling/Advertising Cookies?

Profiling/advertising cookies create profiles relative to your web usage and are used to ensure that advertisements displayed are more relevant to your interests (this is sometimes called “behavioral” or “targeted” advertising).

- Do We Use Profiling/Advertising Cookies at darktarot.com?

Yes.

We fund this website, and the services we offer for free, through advertising. For this purpose we use a service named “Google AdSense”/“DoubleClick” that may use cookies. We inform you that because we use this service Google may know you visited this website and your browsing habits and behavior.

These cookies and relative data are used to visualize advertising that is more appropriate and interesting for each user.

Generally, if a user prefers not to visualize personalized advertising and prefers generic advertising, he/she may request the deactivation of the use of cookies by third-party vendors (if the vendor or ad network offers this capability) by consulting the page dedicated to the deactivation of the Network Advertising Initiative.

Here instead you can find detailed information and instructions on how to deactivate the use of profiling/advertising cookies used by “Google AdSense”/ “DoubleClick”: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/2839090

- And Facebook Pixel?

Facebook Pixel (which we use on our website) is similar to profiling/advertising cookies.

It’s a different technology to cookies, but with some similar functions.

We inform you that because we use this tool Facebook may know you visited this website and your browsing habits and behavior.

Here you can find detailed information on the privacy policy of Facebook and its instruments, and instructions on how to set your preferences: https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/

- How Can I Set my Cookie Preferences by Using my Browser?

Almost all browsers have their own settings to manage the use of cookies.

Because so many browsers exist, there is not one unique procedure.

One of the most used browsers is Google Chrome and here you can find detailed instructions for cookie settings: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647

Most browsers will have a similar procedure for cookie settings.