Privacy Policy

stealthsettings.com gather information about its users from different sources on this site. This information will not be disclosed to third parties in ways other than those listed below:

1.RssFeed & FeedBurner
To subscribe to stealthsettings.com articles you need to provide Google Feedburner Your email address. You may at any time unsubscribe when you no longer wish to receive our newsletter using the unsubscribe link in the email.

2. Comments
In order to post a comment on stealthsettings.com it is mandatory to enter the e-mail address, which remains confidential. If you wish to delete your own comments or e-mail address from the website's database, you will be prompted by the administrators of this site at: contact@stealthsettings.com.

3. Cookies & Advertising Networks
stealthsettings.com is enrolled in programs Adsense (third-party advertisers) who may place or read cookies on your browser to collect information about your visits (this does not include the name, address, telephone number or e -mail) in order to provide advertisements that you might be interested. You can disable cookies in your browser when you visit this website, or you can choose not to receive cookies specific.

For more information on data collection practices and options for abstention from please visit the following links:

• Google Adsense: Google privacy policy
• DoubleClick DART cookie: Privacy Policy and how to opt out of the DoubleClick cookie

5. links
stealthsettings.com contains links to other sites, but does not assume responsibility for the privacy policies adopted by them.

6. E-mails
Stealthsettings.com users' email addresses will never be sold to third parties or used for advertising purposes.

7. Security and storage of confidential data
The confidential data of visitors to this website is stored for a certain period of time and is not used for marketing purposes, sales to third parties or companies. Data such as the IP address and the accessed pages are stored at the server level for a period of 60 days and will be used only if we have to investigate a computer attack on stealthsettings.com or another type of computer fraud.