Editorial Policy

Privacy Policy

At Citizen Scoop, the privacy of our visitors is one of our top objectives. We’ve tried to keep everything as short and concise as possible for you. Please go over the Policy document, which describes the kinds of data the module gathers and records as well as how we utilize it.

Cookies and Web Beacons

Citizen Scoop utilizes “cookies” just like every other website. These cookies are used to store data, such as the web pages and visitor preferences they visited or viewed on the website. By tailoring the content of our web pages based on visitors’ browser types or other information, we can improve the user experience.

You can use this list to find the Privacy Policies for each of Citizen Scoop’s advertising partners.

The adverts and links that appear on Citizen Scoop are provided directly to users’ browsers by third-party ad servers or ad networks using technologies like cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons. Your IP address is automatically transmitted to them when this happens. Advertisers use these tools to gauge the success of their marketing campaigns or to tailor their website advertising.

Remember that these cookies are being used by third-party marketers, over whom Citizen Scoop has no access or control.

Log Files

Citizen Scoop uses log files in accordance with industry standards. These records keep track of who visits which websites. This is something that all hosting providers conduct as part of their analytics. Internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet service provider (ISP), date and time stamps referring/exit pages, and maybe click counts are among the data that log files collect. None of these are connected to any personally identifying data. The information is used for trend analysis, website administration, tracking user behavior on the site, and demographic research.

Children’s Information

Adding protection for kids using the internet is also one of our priorities. We urge parents and guardians to keep an eye on, engage in, or supervise their children’s internet behavior and provide guidance.

Children under the age of 13 are not purposefully asked for any Personal Identifiable Information through Citizen Scoop. We firmly advise you to notify us immediately if you believe that your child provided this kind of information on our website. We will make every attempt to rapidly erase such information from our database.

The information supplied or collected in Citizen Scoop by visitors to our website is covered by this Privacy Policy, which exclusively relates to our online activities. This policy does not apply to information collected offline or from sources other than this website.


You hereby agree to our Privacy Policy’s Terms and Conditions and give your consent by using our website.