Similar to other platforms mock-theory-test.com makes the use of log files. These are files that write down the following information: IP address, type of the browser, Internet Service Provider (ISP), time and date stamp, referring and exit pages, the total number of clicks required for trends analysis, website administration, user navigation tracking, and collecting data on demography. Both IP address and other information mentioned above does not belong to a personally identifiable one.
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Users take advantage of these plugins visiting mock-theory-test.com pages and they are used for connecting a web browser used by visitors with FB server. FB will be informed that you have visited our platform using your IP address. If you are logged into your FB account and you press the Like button, mock-theory-test.com content can be displayed in your profile. FB can also allocate user visits to our platform to his account.
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mock-theory-test.com takes advantage of Google Analytics which is used for the analysis of platforms from Google Inc. It creates small text files known as cookies on the user’s computer to analyze his website visits. Cookies collect data and deliver it to Google servers for storage.
Google uses this data to evaluate the way the site is used and to compile reports on its activity aimed at the website owner or other services. Google can share this data with 3rd parties if it is approved by law or they operate on its behalf. It never links user IP address with the data collected too.
You can prevent the storage of cookies adjusting web browser settings. However, you should know that it can prevent you from using all functions of the platform. One more way to prevent the creation of cookies and sharing important data with Google is downloading and installing a plugin to be used in the browser at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
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