At YoungTribune (also known as YoungTribune.com), we appreciate your readership and understand that you care about how your personal information is used and shared, and we respect the information you provide to us on our Website, and place a high interest in protecting this information. YoungTribune is deeply committed to protecting your private information, but we would like to remind you that we are not responsible for the information available on websites linked to YoungTribune and the privacy policies of websites that are linked to YoungTribune.
What Personal Information does YoungTribune collect?
Information that you provide to us
YoungTribune only collects personal information that you provide to us. We may store any information that you wilfully provide to us on our Website or in any other manner, including email interactions, etc., such as your name, email address, date of birth, gender, and other information that you choose to disclose to YoungTribune based on your personal interest and requirements. You may choose to continue using our Website without providing the aforementioned information, by not registering to our Website. By not registering, you may lose out on advantages that may be provided to a registered member. The information you provide to YoungTribune may be used to customize the advertising content that you may see, and also to provide you with a better experience while using our Website.
By registering to our Website, you may be provided with an advantage to receive periodic interactions by YoungTribune, in the form of newsletters, promotional offers, polls, or other forms of communication that may be of interest to you. To avail this advantage, you will have to register at YoungTribune and provide us with personal information. You may also opt out of receiving newsletters or any other third party promotions at any point in time.
You must remember that you post comments on our Website at your own risk. We cannot guarantee that the information you post directly on the Website will not be viewed by unauthorized persons. You understand that copies of the information you have posted on the Website will be available, not only on the Website, but also in cached and archived pages or if other users or viewers of the Website have saved your information.
Recording Information and Log Files
YoungTribune may receive and store certain types of information whenever you interact with us. We automatically receive and record information on our server logs from your browser, such as our cookie information, and similar data, but no “personal data” would be logged without your consent. We may also collect usage information such as number and frequency of visitors. We record these details to help diagnose problems with the system administration and servers, to analyze browsing trends and to gain information on how our Website is used by users, and to provide more interesting and informative content. We also use this information to customize advertisements, conduct researches, and to create reports for internal and external purposes such as marketing.
This information is not used to personally identify individuals or obtain personal information, but to provide better and relevant content, obtain information for advertising purposes and other purposes to better the Website, all of which does not include personal identification of users.
Information about Cookies
Our Website places an identifier known as a “cookie” on your computer’s hard drive. These are used through a web browser to enable us to recognize you whenever you visit us. Cookies are also used to customize your experience to help you have a better experience each time you visit YoungTribune.
You can also deactivate or modify your cookies by modifying your browser preferences to accept cookies or reject them. But we recommend that you do not disable the cookies, as by rejecting YoungTribune cookies, you may not be able to experience all of YoungTribune’s available features and services.
We may use third party cookies from parties such as advertising companies when you visit our Website. This information may be used to obtain information about your visits to this site.
Personalized Campaign’s Exclusion
If you prefer not to be a part of YoungTribune’s ongoing digital/marketing campaigns with advertising, you can go ahead and exercise your choice of opting out using the tool provided by the DAA or Digital Advertising Alliance in this link here.
YoungTribune caters to individuals who can legally create binding contracts. We take the protection of children’s privacy very seriously and comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998 and its accompanying FTC regulations, and we do not knowingly allow anyone under the age of 15 to provide us with personal information.
The users of this Website may be given the opportunity to “opt-in” to receive communications from YoungTribune, either while registering or from time-to-time. You can decide to opt-in or opt-out as per your interest or requirement. If you decide to voluntarily opt-in to receive communication from us, you may receive information in the form of an email from YoungTribune from time-to-time. Users who no longer wish to receive any communications from us may opt-out of receiving these communications by emailing support@YoungTribune.com with the subject line as “Unsubscribe”, or by following a link to unsubscribe that will be provided in every newsletter or subscribed email message from YoungTribune.
You can edit or delete your account, if any, in the YoungTribune Website by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org with Account Information as the subject line.
Last Updated On: June 2019