Privacy Policy


Our website address is: The privacy policy of our visitors to Windows Activator Blog is essential to us.

At Windows Activator Blog, we acknowledge the utmost importance of safeguarding the privacy of your personal information. Below is a comprehensive account of the specific categories of personal data that we receive and gather when you utilize and browse the Windows Activator Blog, as well as the measures we take to protect your information. Your personal information is never sold to third parties.


Like most other websites, we gather and utilize the information stored in log files. The log files contain data regarding your IP (internet protocol) address, ISP (internet service provider, such as AOL or Shaw Cable), the browser utilized to access our site (such as Internet Explorer or Firefox), the timestamp of your visit, and the specific pages you navigated within our site.


Upon browsing our website, we use cookies to retain data, including your preferences. This may involve displaying a popup to you only once during your visit or granting you access to certain facilities, such as forums, after logging in.

Additionally, we employ third-party adverts on the Windows Activator Blog to sustain our website. Certain advertisers on our site may utilize technologies like cookies and web beacons to deliver their advertisements. This enables these advertisers, such as Google through the Google AdSense program, to receive information including your IP address, your internet service provider (ISP), the web browser you used to access our site, and occasionally, whether or not you have Flash installed. Typically, this is employed for geo-targeting objectives, such as displaying New York real estate advertisements to individuals in New York. It can also be used to present tailored ads to users who frequently visit specific websites, such as showing food ads to those who often browse cooking sites.


In addition, we may utilize DART cookies to facilitate ad serving via Google’s Double-Click platform. These cookies are placed on your computer when you browse the internet and visit a website that employs Double-Click advertising, including specific Google AdSense adverts. This cookie is utilized for delivering advertisements that are tailored to your individual preferences and interests (referred to as “interest-based targeting”). The adverts displayed will be tailored according to your past browsing behavior.

For instance, if you have been visiting websites relating to traveling to Las Vegas, you may encounter advertisements for Las Vegas hotels when surfing an unrelated website, such as a hockey website. DART utilizes “non-personally identifiable information.” The system does not collect personal information about you, including your name, email address, physical address, telephone number, social security number, bank account number, or credit card number.

To control the use of cookies, you can block or selectively deactivate them in your browser settings. Alternatively, you can manage your preferences with tools like Norton Internet Security. Nevertheless, this can have an impact on your ability to engage with our site as well as other websites. This may encompass the incapacity to access services or programs, such as logging into forums or accounts.

Deleting cookies does not guarantee permanent exclusion from any advertising program. Unless your settings prohibit cookies, a fresh cookie will be appended to your browser when you revisit a website displaying adverts.

Third-parties and Opt-Out

Non-affiliated third parties may present targeted advertisements to you in applications or websites, taking into account your usage of applications or websites over some time.

These third parties can merge and utilize data obtained from websites or applications on your current browser or device and data from other browsers or devices for advertising purposes. To decline participation in interest-based advertising and/or cross-device targeting, kindly utilize the supplied methods below to opt out on each of your web browsers and devices:

Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) –
Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) –
Digital Advertising Alliance Canada (DAAC) –
Digital Advertising Alliance EU (EDAA) –

It is important to understand that choosing to opt out of interest-based advertising and cross-device targeting does not guarantee that you will no longer be exposed to online advertisements. Opting out of getting interest-based advertising or cross-device targeting through the ways mentioned above will result in the third party no longer delivering adverts customized to your online choices and usage patterns on a certain web browser or device.