In order to provide a more relevant online experience, some of the ads a user sees online are customized based on previous online activity. Information about past online site visits may be used to predict the interests of people using this computer and select ads related to those interests. The goal of Ad Choices is to provide you with information about how online advertising works and the choices you have.
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- This ad was served by Orlando Sentinel.
Where can I learn more about the information collected and how ads are selected?
What choices do I have about interest-based advertising from Orlando Sentinel?
- Information about your visits to this and other sites may be collected over time and used to deliver ads based on your interests. This is called online behavioral advertising (OBA).
- You can opt-out from receiving ads based on your interests. You will still receive ads, they will just be less relevant to you.
- Visit the Network Advertising Initiative to learn more about online behavioral advertising and to see your opt-out choices from other companies that participate in the industry Consumer Choice program.
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- Learn more about online advertising from the Network Advertising Initiative.
- Learn more from the IAB about browser controls and tools to help set and maintain your privacy choices.Copyright © 2017, Los Angeles Times