Privacy Policy

In2gpu.com, like millions of other websites and blogs, uses Google Analytics for trafic analysis and statistics. We also use Disqus to power the comments system and Project Wonderful for advertising in order to generate revenue.

Google Analytics is a piece of software that grabs data about my visitors (you). It’s something like an advanced server log.

What does Google Analytics record?
– What website you came from to get here.
– How long you stay for.
– What kind of computer you’re using.
– And quite a bit more.

What do we do with your data?

The tracking information allows us to better understand the kind of people who come to our site and what content they’re reading. This allows us to make better decisions about design and writing.

Occasionally, we will compile aggregate statistics about the number of visitors this site receives and browsers being used. No personally identifying data is included in this type of reporting.

All of our activity falls within the bounds of the Google Analytics Terms of Service.

Want to opt out of tracking?
You can opt out of Google’s advertising tracking cookie or use a browser plugin to opt out of all Google Analytics tracking software.

On our website we also make use of Google AdSense, a targeted advertising service developed by Google intended to serve personalized adds relevant to the content within the website and based on your browsing history.

Google collects this data based on individuals browsing history through all the AdSense enabled websites and progressively serves these ads to them. In2GPU has no control or access to this data.

To opt out, you can choose an ad blocking plugin for your browser like AdBlock (available for Firefox as well) and you can opt out all together from data collection by following this tutorial.

All activity of In2GPU falls withing the bounds of the Google AdSense Terms and Conditions.

Disqus is a free service that enables great online communities and discussion. They fully support freedom of speech. They give you the options to identify yourself in public online communities, in whatever format you’re comfortable with.

To use the Disqus service, an email address, username and password are required. That’s it. They use personally identifiable information to deliver the Service, to comply with reasonable requests of law enforcement and recommend additional content to you, some of which may include content from advertisers.

All of our activity falls within the bounds of the Disqus terms and policies.