Privacy Policy

One of the most crucial facets to us here is visitor privacy. We have constructed a paper that outlines the types of information we collect and document, as well as clarifying how it’s used. Get ahead on safeguarding your data by taking a look at our Privacy Paper today!

If you have any further inquiries or would like more information about our Privacy Policy, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We are here and happy to help!

Our Privacy Policy solely covers our online activities, and it applies to the information collected from visitors who access our website. This policy does not encompass data gathered through external sources or by any other means. In developing this Privacy Policy we have leveraged the innovative capabilities of a sophisticated Privacy Policy Generator.


By utilizing our website,, you agree to and abide by the regulations detailed in our Privacy Policy.

Information we collect

When we request your personal information, you will be clearly informed of the purpose for its collection and use.

When you contact us, we collect your name, email address, phone number and any other details or attachment included in the message that you send to us. Additionally when creating an account with us we may request additional personal information such as your name, company name, address and telephone number.

How we use your information

There are a variety of ways we use the data that is gathered, such as:

  • Provide, operate, and maintain our website
  • Improve, personalize, and expand our website
  • Recognize and evaluate how you use our website.
  • Create new products, services, features, and capabilities.
  • We want to engage with you, whether directly or through one of our partners, for a number of reasons such as providing customer support and website updates. Additionally, we will use this interaction for marketing and promotional campaigns.
  • Send you emails
  • Find and prevent fraud

Log Files

Log files are a pervasive tool used by hosting companies to collect data on their website visitors. They record IP addresses, browser versions, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), date and time stamps, referring/exit sites, and even the number of clicks! However, despite all this information being recorded – none of it is linked to any personal identifying details. Instead log files are simply utilized for analytics in order to better understand user patterns or monitor users’ movements on the site along with gathering demographic information.

Cookies and Web Beacons

Articlepile, Just like every other site, ours utilizes ‘cookies’ that store visitor data such as interests and the pages they visited. By leveraging this information we can take customization to a whole new level, offering tailored web page content based on browser type or any other vital info. In doing so, user experience is exponentially improved!

Google DoubleClick DART Cookie

Our platform proudly works with Google as one of our third-party vendors. Through the use of DART cookies, they are able to target ads to our visitors based on their visits to and other websites around the web. If you would like to opt-out from being targeted for these advertisements, please visit the Google ad and content network Privacy Policy at this URL – “”

Advertising Partners Privacy Policies

If you’re curious to uncover the Privacy Policies of Articlepile’s advertisement partners, here is a comprehensive list. Third-party ad servers and networks make use of cookies, JavaScripts or Web Beacons in their ads and links which are quickly sent to users’ browsers when triggered. As soon as this occurs, an IP address will be directly transferred to them too. Advertisers use these tools to measure the success of their advertisement campaigns and to present you with tailored advertisements on websites that you visit. It’s critical to understand that we have no control or influence over these third-party cookies.

Third-Party Privacy Policies

Articlepile’s Privacy Policy does not apply to ads and blogs, making it essential that you read the third-party ad servers’ individual policies. They may include details on their operations as well as instructions on how to opt out of them. You can also disable cookies by modifying your browser settings; more detailed information about cookie management is located on each web browser website.

CCPA Privacy Rights (Please do not sell my personal data)

Consumers in California are granted the right to, among other entitlements under the CCPA, demand that businesses who amass their personal data divulge precisely which types and pieces of information they have collected.

If you wish to exercise your right to have a company delete any personal information it has acquired about you, or that the business selling your details abstains from doing so, please submit a request. You will receive an answer within one month of submitting. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if necessary!

GDPR Data Protection Rights

To ensure that you are aware of your data privacy rights, every consumer is entitled to the following privileges: You have the authority to access a copy of all personal information held about yourself. However, please note that there will be a small fee associated with this service.

You have the privilege to ask us to amend any incorrect data and fill in any missing information you think exists. Likewise, there are some situations where you can request that we erase your personal details altogether – this right is known as ‘The Right To Be Forgotten’.

You have the right to restrict our processing of your personal data in specific circumstances, as well as the ability to suggest that we transmit your collected information to another organization or straightly to you depending on certain conditions.

If you request any of the privileges outlined above, we commit to providing a response within one month. To take advantage of these offerings, kindly reach out and let us know your needs.

Children’s Information

With the safety of children being a top priority, Articlepile firmly believes that parents and guardians should pay close attention to their child’s online activities as well as be involved in monitoring and guiding them. We go even further by strictly prohibiting the collecting of personally identifying information from any person under thirteen without parental consent. If you believe your kid provided any personal data on our website, please reach out to us right away so that we can remove it from our system.