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Privacy Policy

Thank you for considering Tanzania Wire Privacy Policy as your source of news and opinion.

At TanzaniaWire, we value your privacy and protect it against any unauthorized use or disclosure. We will not sell, rent, lease, loan, distribute or otherwise make available your personal information to anyone without your consent. You may contact us at [Contact us] if you have any questions about our privacy policy.

TanzaniaWire is committed to protecting the privacy of our readers. This Privacy Policy explains how we collect, use, and share information about you when you visit TanzaniaWire or make a purchase from us.


You hereby agree to our Privacy Policy’s terms and consent to its adoption by using our website.

Collect Information

In order to collect information from our users, we need to have a privacy policy. This policy should explain what information we collect and how we use it. It should also contain a section that explains what will happen to the information if you close your account or delete your account.

In order to provide better service, we will collect some information. We may collect information about your computer or device, your activity on our websites and apps, and any information you provide to us in a survey, contest, or through your use of our services. We may also collect information from third parties such as credit bureaus, social media platforms, and other companies.

How we use your information

During the duration of your use of our website, we may gather some data about you. This information can include your name, email address, contact details, and other information that you provide to us. And we also collect information about the pages you visit on our site and the content that you view.

We use this information to provide our services to you and to improve the quality of our services. And we also use it to compile aggregate statistics about our users and the activities on our site.

They will not sell or rent your personal information to any third party without your consent, except as described in this privacy policy.

Cookies and Web Beacons

Cookies and web beacons are two common forms of tracking used by websites. When you visit a website, a little amount of data called a cookie is stored on your computer. They’re commonly used to track your movements around the site so that the website can tailor its content for you, as well as track which ads you see and how effective they are.

Web beacons, on the other hand, are tiny pieces of code that are embedded in Web pages. They’re used to collect information about what pages people visit and how they interact with them. This information is then sent back to the website’s server so that it can be processed and analyzed.

Google DoubleClick DART Cookies

Since DoubleClick DART is a Google service, we want to make sure you know about our privacy policy.

DoubleClick DART is a tracking cookie that helps us understand how people are using our website. It doesn’t collect any personal information like a user’s name or email address. Instead, it just logs the Pages people visit on our website and the ads they see. This helps us improve our website and target the ads we show you more accurately.

Our Advertising Partners

Our advertising partners are required to adhere to the same stringent privacy policies as we do. These policies restrict the way that their data can be used, and they are subject to regular reviews to ensure they are up to date and comply with current regulations.

We also have a strict no-trackers policy, which means that our advertising partners cannot track your online activity or collect any personal data without your consent. We value your privacy, and we hope this policy will help you feel confident about using our website.

Google is our Advertising Partner.

Advertising Partners Privacy Policy

At Advertising Partners, we take privacy seriously. That’s why we have a privacy policy that outlines the ways in which we collect and use information about our advertising partners.

We collect information about our advertising partners in order to provide them with tailored ads. This way, they can more effectively reach their target audience and generate more leads (conversions).

We also use this information to improve the quality of our service overall, by ensuring that the ads you see are relevant to your interests and needs. We never sell or share your personal information without your consent, and we always keep it secure.

Third Party Privacy Policies

It’s important to be aware of the privacy policies of any websites you visit. This is especially important if you’re using a service like Facebook or Google, which collects a lot of data about you.

Most websites have some form of the privacy policy, which explains how that website will use your data. Though these policies are usually clear and concise, there are sometimes minor details that can be overlooked. In these cases, it’s important to read the entire policy carefully to make sure that your rights are being upheld.

Whenever possible, it’s always advisable to contact the website in question if you have any questions or concerns about their privacy policy. If there is still no resolution reached after contacting them, then you may want to consider taking matters into your own hands by filing a complaint with the relevant authority.

CCPA Privacy Rights (Do not sell my Personal Information)

We understand that you may have questions about our privacy policy and how it affects your rights. Below, we have outlined the key points to consider under CCPA Privacy Rights.

  1. We will never sell or share your personal information with any third party without your consent.
  2. We will keep your personal information safe and secure, and we will only use it for the purposes for which you gave it to us.
  3. If you change your mind about giving us access to your personal information, please let us know so that we can comply with your wishes.

GDPR Data Protection Rights

It’s important to know your rights under the GDPR when it comes to your personal data. To remember, have the following points in mind:

– You have a right to information about how your data is used.

– Premission to be informed about who is collecting your data, and why.

– You have the right to have your data deleted or erased if you no longer want it.

– You have the right to receive data protection notices in a clear, concise, and easy-to-understand format.

Children Information

We are dedicated to protecting children’s privacy. When you sign up for our newsletter, we will only use the email address that you provide to send you updates about our products and services. We will not sell, distribute, or rent your email address to any third party. When it comes to privacy, it’s important to be as clear and concise as possible when creating a privacy policy. This will help ensure that your children are aware of what information you’re collecting about them and that they have the right to access that information if they need to.


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