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Data protection & advertisements at mail.com

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Data protection & advertisements at mail.com

We prefer to only show you what you are really interested on our mail.com online portal and in your mail.com inbox Home page.

Ads and personalization? Isn’t that a contradiction? Absolutely not! To be able to do this, however, we first have to know what you like. And your information, your clicks or your location help us with this. Don’t worry, it is not possible to directly associate the information with you: it is saved anonymously. You can revoke consent for the usage of your data for interest-based advertisements at any time.

What data do we process - and why?

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We use the information you provide while setting up your account, like your name and date of birth, to customize your experience.

Through the direct control of relevant advertising, we show you content that corresponds to your preferences, adding value to your experience. Revenue from the advertisements you see on the mail.com online portal and home page allows us to offer you our free services.

To make sure you have the best user experience possible, we process visitor usage data and user group structure in accordance with current regulation. Our partners use user identification, for example, to show us that someone has already seen an advertisement multiple times, which allows us to change it and show you something new.

All user information collected in connection with advertisements on our online portal is subject to the highest security standards. We use cookies to store information, giving you quicker access to the site and to process usage data.

Responsible handling

California Consumer Privacy Act

You can find more information or exercise your rights under CCPA here: Do not sell my personal information.