Targeted Ad Preferences
Your Privacy Choices to Opt-Out of Cross-Contextual Behavior Advertising
gosadi aims to be fully transparent about how we treat your personal information/data (“Personal Information”). Certain states, currently California, Colorado, Connecticut, Utah, and Virginia, give consumers of those states the right to opt out of certain data sharing practices that could constitute “selling,” “sharing,” or “profiling” (collectively, “share” or “sharing”) under these laws. On this page, you can learn about our data-sharing practices and exercise your right to opt out of certain data sharing practices concerning your personal information.
Please follow the steps outlined in all three sections below (“Affiliate and Third-Party Preferences,” “Targeting Cookies Preferences,” and “Digital Vendor Preferences”) to fully exercise your privacy choices.
Affiliate And Third-Party Preferences
To opt out of sharing your personal information with our affiliates and other companies for their own marketing purposes, please click the following link and fill out the form located on our Do Not Sell My Information page.
Targeting Cookies Preferences
We may also recognize Global Privacy Control (GPC) signals from your web browser or web browser extension to automatically opt you out of the selling or sharing of information facilitated by these cookies. For more information about GPC, please visit Global Privacy Control.
Digital Vendor Preferences
Below are a few other choices you have to control sharing of your information in connection with targeted advertising:
In your browser or mobile device (via settings), you can exercise choices related to sharing of device identifier information with app developers and other businesses for advertising purposes. The settings vary based on the browser or mobile platform you use (e.g., Apple or Android).
Visit NAI Opt Out or DAA Opt Out to learn about other methods to opt out of interest-based advertising. Both organizations operate a centralized registry that displays and manages opt-out preferences for participating advertising-technology providers.
Last updated: December 1, 2023