Our privacy and e-mail policy

At autopressnews.com and motiontrends.com, we take our visitors and partners privacy very seriously. We do not buy, sell or share email addresses and we never send unsolicited bulk mail "spam" for any purpose, simply because we never ever bought anything from spam, junk or unsolicited e-mails, at any price, and do not expect any reasonable person to do so.

Naturally, we welcome e-mails sent to us for precise reasons, professional or personal. However, the difference is very clear between these normal e-mails and the other randomly sent ones.

If you receive any spam pretending to come from autopressnews.com or motiontrends.com, please check the full header (not just the "from" header, as it can be fake) of that e-mail to detect the real spammer IP number and ISP (Free whois services can help you to determine the real source).

Privacy: Google ads
Here are the guidelines of our ads practice (how are cookies used to serve ads).

Google Ads: Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on this site.

Google's use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to our visitors based on their visit to this site and other sites on the Internet.

To read more about the Google ad and content network privacy policy and the user's options: www.google.com/privacy_ads.html

To protect your privacy, Google provides transparent information about their advertising policies and practices, they offer you innovative ways to view, manage and opt out of advertising cookies, and do not collect or serve ads based on personally identifying information without your permission (Google privacy ads).

Google and any other third-party advertising company serving ads on this site may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you.

How does Google use cookies to serve ads? A cookie is a snippet of text that is sent from a website’s servers and stored on a web browser. Like most websites and search engines, Google uses cookies in order to provide a better user experience and to serve relevant ads.

Google uses the DoubleClick cookie on AdSense partner sites (like this one) and certain Google services to serve more relevant ads across the web and limit the number of times a given ad is shown to you.

When you visit a website, view an ad, or click on an ad supported by Google’s advertising services, we may set a cookie on your browser. This advertising cookie will appear in your browser as coming from the domain “doubleclick.net.”

When the cookie is set on your browser, it allows Google to gather information about your browser’s interaction with a given ad. This information gets recorded in a log that looks something like this:

time: 06/Aug/2008 12:01:32
ad_placement_id: 105
ad_id: 1003
userid: 0000000000000001
client_ip: 123.45.67.89
referral_url: "http://youtube.com/categories"

The “time” field reflects the time the ad was displayed.

The “ad placement id” and “ad id” identify the advertising campaign and the specific ad served.

The “userid” is the display ad cookie that identifies the browser.

The “client IP” reflects the user’s Internet Protocol (IP) address.

The “referral URL” indicates the URL of the page where the ad was served. Google's logs also record whether a user’s browser clicks on or interacts with an ad.

This information helps Google deliver ads that are relevant to your interests, control the number of times you see a given ad, and measure the effectiveness of ad campaigns. Anyone who prefers not to see ads with this level of relevance can opt out of advertising cookies. This opt-out will be specific only to the browser that you are using when you click the “Opt out” button.