Protection of privacy is DB Digital’s number one priority and DB Digital uses the patent-pending “Dual Blind” privacy protection technology which allows DB Digital to customize ads for users’ browsers without ever knowing users’ names, address, social security number, telephone number or any other personally identifiable information. It is completely anonymous and DB Digital does not store any data that is considered sensitive or controversial including without limitation specific medical and financial information, adult content, sexual preferences etc. Nevertheless, when you first register to use this Service, you will be required to create an account by providing certain information about yourself. This is may include but is not limited to your full name, username, email address, gender, profile image and location.

This Privacy Policy provides a thorough description of the manner in which DB Digital uses and protects information that you provide to DB Digital when you use the Service via and,, (“the Sites”) as per the Terms of Service. DB Digital may change this policy from time to time by updating this page. You should check this page from time to time to ensure that you are happy with any changes.

What information is collected? What do we do with the information gathered?

DB Digital has some of the most privacy-safe technologies and policies on the Internet. We can deliver targeted advertisements to your browser – offers and opportunities to you- without ever knowing your identity. But we believe that the most important privacy safeguard is consumer choice. If you don’t want to a part of our advertising services, we give you the power to “opt-out” at any time. DB Digital uses your information to understand your needs and provide you with a better experience when using the Service. We may use your information in the following manner:

Security of your information

DB Digital is committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorized access or disclosure, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online. We have controls and processes to minimize the risk of data breach occurring. In the event that a breach does occur, we will take all appropriate steps to notify you if you are adversely affected and will try our best to minimize the impact.

Contractors and Third Party Service Providers

DB Digital uses contractors to help with its operations. Some or all of these contractors may access the database of user information. Usually these contractors will enter into an agreement that places restrictive provisions on their use and disclosure of all information they obtain through the relationships. DB Digital may also use third party service providers to help with certain aspects of its operations that may require disclosure of your personal information to them. DB Digital will usually place extensive restrictions on the ability of these third parties to use and disclosure your personal information except as necessary to perform the services they are asked to perform.

Links to Other Sites

The Sites may have links to other website(s) in the World Wide Web. The privacy policies of these website(s) is not under our control. Once you leave our servers, use of any information you provide is governed by the privacy policy of the operator of the site you are visiting. It is advisable to read their privacy policies for further information.

Government Relations and Lawsuits

In some cases, the government can compel the disclosure of information about you, and of course DB Digital will need to comply. However, irrespective of those situations, DB Digital can unilaterally turn over information about you to the government if it believes such disclosure to be appropriate, in which case you authorize it to do so. You also consent to DB Digital disclosing information about you to actual or potential parties to a lawsuit that DB Digital is or may become involved in (a) if it is required to do so; (b) if it reasonably believes that such disclosures will potentially mitigate its liability, or (c) to enforce its rights.