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  • AOL, part of the Yahoo family of brands, uses cookies to provide services, authenticate users, and measure usage.
  • If users accept all, cookies and personal data will be used for personalized ads and content, measuring effectiveness, and product improvement.
  • If users reject all, cookies and personal data will not be used for these additional purposes.
  • Users can customize their choices and manage privacy settings at any time.
  • More details about the use of personal data can be found in the privacy policy and cookie policy.

Article Summary:

AOL is part of the Yahoo family of brands and offers sites, apps, and digital advertising services. To enhance user experience and provide personalized content, AOL uses cookies and similar technologies, such as web storage, to store and read information from users’ devices. These cookies are used to authenticate users, apply security measures, prevent spam and abuse, and measure usage of the sites and apps.

If users click “Accept all,” AOL and its partners, including those in the IAB Transparency & Consent Framework, will use cookies and personal data, such as IP address, precise location, browsing and search data, to display personalized ads and content based on interest profiles. The data will also be used to measure the effectiveness of personalized ads and content and to develop and improve AOL’s products and services.

On the other hand, if users click “Reject all,” AOL and its partners will not use cookies and personal data for these additional purposes. Users also have the option to customize their choices by clicking “Manage privacy settings.” This allows them to adjust their preferences regarding cookies.

Users can change their choices anytime by clicking on the “Privacy & cookie settings” or “Privacy dashboard” links found on the AOL sites and apps. More information about the use of personal data by AOL can be found in their privacy policy and cookie policy.

In conclusion, AOL, as part of the Yahoo family of brands, utilizes cookies and personal data to provide personalized experiences, measure usage, and display targeted ads. Users have the option to accept or reject these practices and can customize their choices to manage their privacy settings.

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