How does LiveJournal decide which ads to show me? What information do you share with advertisers?

LiveJournal uses user-provided information to select the ads that appear for Account without additional packages of service users and most visitors to Account without additional packages of service journals. In particular, ads are displayed based on the user's gender, age, location, interests, or a small portion of public page contents. Ads are targeted according to information about the author, the viewer, and general demographics about LiveJournal as a whole.

Your email address, any personally identifying information, and protected entries are never shared with advertisers or partners. LiveJournal and its advertising partners may use browser cookies to improve the precision of ad selections for users. LiveJournal does not store personally identifiable information in its cookies, nor do we allow our partners to do so.

Last Updated: April 3rd, 2017

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