Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

One of our primary concerns at Tattoo Bigot, which can be accessed online at, is protecting the privacy of our site’s users. This document, titled “Privacy Policy,” outlines the categories of information that Tattoo Bigot compiles and stores, as well as the purposes for which we put that information to use.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further inquiries or need any further clarification regarding the terms of our Privacy Policy.

This Privacy Policy is only applicable to our online operations, and it governs the information that visitors to our website share and/or collect through their use of Tattoo Bigot. It is valid for all visitors to our website. This policy does not apply to any information that is collected in a manner other than through this website, such as offline or through a channel other than the internet.



By continuing to use our website, you are indicating that you consent to the terms of our Privacy Policy and agree to them.


The Information That We Collect

When we ask you to provide your personal information, we will explain both the personal information that we request from you and the reasons why we request it. This will happen at the same time that we ask you to provide your personal information.

If you choose to contact us directly, we may receive additional information about you, including your name, email address, phone number, the contents of the message and/or attachments you may send us, and any other information you may choose to provide. This information may include both personally identifiable information and non-personally identifiable information.

When you sign up for an account with us, we may ask for your contact information, which may include details such as your name, the name of your firm, your address, your email address, and your telephone number.


How We Make Use of the Information You Provide

We put the information that we gather to use in a number of different ways, including:

  • Maintaining, operating and providing support for our website
  • Enhance, individualize, and broaden the scope of our website.
  • Comprehend and investigate the ways in which you utilize our website.
  • Create new things, including products, services, features, and functionalities.
  • Communicate with you, either directly or through one of our partners, including for the purpose of providing customer support, in order to supply you with updates and other information relevant to the website, and for the purpose of marketing and promotional activities.
  • Send you emails
  • Find and stop fraudulent activity.
  • Log Files


The use of log files is a common operating process that Tattoo Bigot adheres to. When users browse websites, these files keep a log of their activity. This is standard practice for all hosting providers and an important component of hosting service analytics. Log files are used to gather a variety of information, some of which includes internet protocol (IP) addresses, the type of browser used, the Internet Service Provider (ISP), a date and time stamp, the pages that were visited before and after your visit, and potentially the total number of clicks. These are not connected to any information that may be used to identify the user personally. The data is collected so that trends can be analyzed, the website can be managed, users’ movements can be tracked across the website, and demographic information can be compiled.


Cookies and Tracking Beacons on Websites

Cookies are used on the Tattoo Bigot website, just like they are on every other website. These cookies are used to store information, such as the preferences of visitors and the pages on the website that visitors access or visit. The information that is stored includes both of these pieces of data. This information is used to personalize the content of our web pages for visitors based on the type of browser they use and/or any other information that may have been provided by those visitors.

In order to conduct traffic analytics on our website, we make use of Google Analytics. Cookies are used to facilitate the collection of data by Google Analytics regarding the use of websites. The reports that are generated about the use of our website are based on the information that is gathered in relation to our website. You can read Google’s policy on privacy by visiting the following website:

The majority of browsers give you the option to delete cookies as well as refuse to accept them. The procedures for doing so differ from one web browser to another, as do the versions of each web browser. The following links, however, will provide you with information that is up to date regarding how to delete cookies and block websites from placing them on your computer:

(a) (Chrome);

(b) (Firefox);

(c) (Opera);

(d) (Internet Explorer);

(e) (Safari); and

(f) (Edge).

It is important that you are aware that disabling cookies could have a detrimental effect on the functionality of many websites, including our own. It’s possible that certain aspects of the Site won’t be accessible to you any longer.


Google DoubleClick DART Cookie

On this website, Google is one of the third-party vendors we use. It also makes use of cookies, specifically ones called DART cookies, to tailor advertisements to users of our website based on other websites they visit on the internet in addition to Visitors, on the other hand, have the option of declining the usage of DART cookies by going to the Google ad and content network Privacy Policy page, which may be found at the following URL:


Our Advertising Partners

It’s possible that some of the advertisers on our site will utilize tracking technologies like cookies and web beacons. You may see a list of our advertising partners below. Every one of our advertising partners has its very own Privacy Policy that outlines how they handle information about its users. We have provided a hypertext link to their privacy policies down below for your convenience.



Policies Regarding the Privacy of Advertising Partners

You can find the Privacy Policies for each of Tattoo Bigot’s advertising partners by consulting this list, which is provided for your convenience.

Cookies, JavaScript, and Web Beacons are examples of the types of technologies that are utilized by third-party ad servers and ad networks. These technologies are incorporated into the advertisements and links that appear on Tattoo Bigot and are delivered to the user’s browser directly. When this takes place, they are provided with your IP address automatically. These technologies are used to measure the efficacy of their advertising campaigns and/or to personalize the advertising content that you see on websites that you visit. Both of these goals are accomplished by collecting and analyzing data.

Take note that Tattoo Bigot does not have access to these cookies that are used by third-party advertisers, nor does it control how they are used.



Policies Regarding the Privacy of Third Parties

The Tattoo Bigot Privacy Policy does not extend to cover the practices of third-party marketers or websites. As a result, in order to get further information of a more specific nature, we strongly suggest that you look into the respective privacy policies of these third-party ad servers. It could include their procedures as well as directions on how to opt-out of particular alternatives. You can access a comprehensive list of these Privacy Policies as well as links to each one at the following location: Privacy Policy Links.

What Do You Mean by Cookies?

Cookies are enabled by default in most modern browsers; however, you can disable this feature in your browser’s settings. If you use a certain online browser and want more specific information about how to manage cookies with that browser, you can find it on the web pages associated with that browser.


CCPA Rights Regarding Privacy (Do Not Sell My Personal Information)

In accordance with the CCPA, consumers in the state of California have the right, amongst other rights, to

  • Make it a requirement that any company that gathers personal information about customers must disclose the types of information as well as the specific data points that they have gathered about customers.
  • Put in a request with the company to have them delete any and all of the consumer’s personal information that they have stored.
  • Make a request to stop the practice of selling a customer’s personal information by businesses that currently engage in this practice.

In the event that you make a request, we will get back to you within one month. Please get in touch with us if you would like to take advantage of any of these rights.


GDPR Data Protection Rights

We would like to make absolutely certain that you are completely aware of all of the data protection rights that are yours. Each individual user has the right to the following:

  • You have what’s called “the right to access,” which means you can inquire about getting copies of your own personal information. For the provision of this service, we might assess a nominal charge.
  • You have the legal right to request that we correct any information that, in your opinion, is incorrect. This is known as the “right to rectification.” You also have the right to request that we complete the information that you consider to be lacking in its entirety if you feel that it is lacking.
  • Under certain circumstances, you have the right to request that we delete any personal information we have on file for you, which is known as the “right to be forgotten.”
  • The right to restrict processing: Under certain circumstances, you have the right to request that we place a restriction on how we process any personal data that you have provided to us.
  • The right to object to processing You have the right, under certain circumstances, to object to our processing of your personal data. This right allows you to stop us from using your data.
  • The right to have one’s data transferred to them or to another organization at their request is known as the “right to data portability.” If certain conditions are met, you have the right to request that we transfer the data that we have collected to either another organization or directly to yourself.

In the event that you make a request, we will get back to you within one month. Please get in touch with us if you would like to make use of any of these privileges.


Information Regarding Children

Increasing the level of security that is offered to children when they are online is also one of our top priorities. We encourage parents and guardians to supervise and guide their children’s online behavior by seeing, participating in, and/or monitoring the activity.

Tattoo Bigot will not intentionally collect any personally identifying information from anybody under the age of 13 years old, including children. We strongly encourage you to get in touch with us as soon as possible if you have any reason to believe that your child may have provided this kind of information on our website. If you do get in touch with us, we will make every effort to promptly remove such information from our records.


Statement Regarding the Privacy of Advertising

For the purpose of putting advertisements on this Site, this Site has a relationship with AdThrive, LLC (hereafter referred to as “AdThrive”). When it comes to the placement and serving of advertisements, AdThrive makes use of standard and widely available tools, such as those offered by Google Inc. and its affiliated companies. On the website, you will find advertisements that are interest-based, which means that they are tailored to reflect your specific areas of interest. Cookies will be placed on your computer by AdThrive, Google, and our other advertising partners so that we can better understand your interests. This tracking will take place both on our website and on other websites you visit across the Internet.

What Do You Mean by Cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that, when sent from a web server to a web browser, contains an identifier in the form of a string of letters and numbers. The identifier is then saved by the browser. After that, the identification is transmitted back to the server whenever the browser makes a request for a page from the server. Cookies can either be “persistent” cookies or “session” cookies: a persistent cookie will be stored by a web browser and will remain valid until its set expiry date unless deleted by the user before the expiry date; on the other hand, a session cookie will expire at the end of the user session when the web browser is closed. If the user deletes the cookie before the expiry date, it will remain valid until its set expiry date. Cookies do not normally contain any information that may be used to individually identify a user; however, the personally identifiable information that we maintain about you may be connected to the information that is stored in and obtained via cookies.

By continuing to use this Site, you are giving your permission to the usage of these cookies and to the sharing of the data obtained by these cookies with AdThrive, Google, and any other third-party partners that we may have. By going to, you will have the ability to view, delete, or add interest categories that are associated with your browser. You can also opt-out of the network cookie by using those settings or by using the multi-cookie opt-out mechanism offered by the Network Advertising Initiative at Both of these options are available to you. However, these opt-out techniques also rely on cookies, and if you delete all of the cookies stored in your browser, your opt-out setting will be lost.


For European Economic Area Residents

If you live in a country that is part of the European Economic Area (EEA), then the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and any other applicable data protection laws give you the rights, among other things, to access your personal data, have it erased, and/or restrict its further processing. If you do not live in one of these countries, then you do not have these rights. You can reach out to us at and reach out to AdThrive at if you want to access or delete any of your personal data (if any) that is maintained by us or AdThrive in relation to the advertising that appears on the Site. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to contact us or AdThrive. If you want to see a list of the advertising partners we work with or change which of those partners track your behavior using cookies, click the ad preferences link at the bottom of the site. You can also change which of those partners track your behavior using cookies. (Offered to customers in the EU.)


Residents of the State of California

Residents of California have the legal right to prevent the “sale” of their personal information to third parties, including for the purpose of advertising, in accordance with the state’s law. To opt out of the sharing of your information for advertising purposes, click the opt-out link that is provided in the footer of this page. The sharing of your information with a service provider for the purposes of advertising could be considered a “sale” under California law. You also have the right to seek from us the categories of personally identifiable information that we have shared as well as the categories of third parties that were provided with the information. Please get in touch with us at if you would want to make such a request. To be clear, we do not share your name, contact information, or any other sensitive information with third parties. The types of third parties that we do share information with for the purposes of advertising are supply-side platforms, programmatic advertising exchanges, and demand-side platforms.



This website has an advertising partnership with CMI Marketing, Inc., doing business as CafeMedia (“CafeMedia”) for the purpose of placing advertisements on this website. CafeMedia will collect and use certain data in order to better target advertisements to users. Click on this link: if you are interested in learning more about CafeMedia’s data usage.