Privacy Policy

We will never share your information with a third party. The information you provide will not be shared with third parties or added to any spam databases. The confidentiality of our visitors is our top priority.

At Gyanfry, we acknowledge the importance of privacy. In this privacy statement, we will describe the types of personal information we collect and acquire while you use our services, and what measures we take to protect that data. Please consider all of this before deciding whether or not to share any personal information with us.

Please read this Privacy Policy carefully before using our Services, as it explains how we collect, use, and share information about you. We request you to do not use our services if you disagree with any of our policies or procedures.

How you can use our data?

Our blog posts are written in our own unique style, and we own the rights to them. You are free to share articles from on your own website, forum, or blog, so long as you provide a direct link back to the original post on For example, you could cite Gyanfry as your source.

What data do we collect?

When you leave a comment on the blog or get in touch with us, we may save information such your website, email address, and name. We do not disclose your email address with anyone; it is used solely for communicating with you. does not collect information about its users without their consent.

We collect information for purposes of improving our capacity to serve our users. These are the ways by which we acquire information:

We do not collect any personally-identifiable information about you when you use our Services, unless one of the following situations applies:

  • You submit a comment on one of our blog posts: While leaving a comment, you have the option of including your name and email address. WordPress automatically stores this information.

We do not make any use of this information or share it with any of our business partners or third-parties.

  • Device Information: We use Google Analytics to understand how people visit and interact with our website. When you come to our website, read an article, or leave a comment, Google Analytics may collect some information. This information includes details about the device you use, like whether it’s a smartphone, laptop, or tablet. It also collects general information about where you are located, like the city you’re in.
  • Behavior Information: Google Analytics also keeps track of the pages you visit on our website and how long you stay on each page. It helps us understand how people move around our site, what content they are liking the most.

But don’t worry, this information is aggregated, and can’t be used to identify you, individually.

Do we share your information with others?

Gyanfry never sell, trade, or give away your personal details to anyone or third-party platforms. However, there may be situations where we have to share your information if it’s required by law, to keep our site complaint to the rules, and to protect our rights, property, or the safety of ourselves or anyone in our team.

How is the Data Used?

We use the data you provide to us in different instances to give you the services you asked for and to enhance your experience on our platform. This includes making the content more tailored to your preferences, and brining a content that’s liked by more and more people.

Third Party links

Third-party products or services may occasionally be included or offered on our website, at our sole discretion. The privacy practices of these external websites are distinct from our own. This means that we cannot be held accountable for anything that happens on the sites we link to. However, we are always looking for ways to improve the security of our site and appreciate any suggestions you may have.

Definition of Cookies

Our websites utilize cookies to enhance your experience. Cookies let us know which computer or device our visitor (“you”) are using to visit our sites, but they don’t influence your experience in any way. Cookies allow us to keep a little amount of data on your device, which speeds up web page loading in subsequent sessions.

Web Beacons and Cookies

Cookies are used on our site to keep track of user information like personal preferences. This may involve limiting the number of times you see a certain pop-up or requiring you to sign in before using certain services, such as forums for discussion. is supported in part by advertisements provided by outside parties. Cookies and web beacons are used by some of the advertisers who display advertisements on our site. The information collected by these cookies and web beacons may include your ISP, your IP address, the browser you used when visiting our site, and in some cases, whether or not you have Flash installed. This is commonly done to serve advertisements depending on a user’s location or previous browsing history.

Use of cookies for Analytics

To find out how people interact with this site, we make use of Google Analytics. By analyzing the data stored in cookies on users’ computers, Google Analytics is able to compile statistical and other information on website use. We utilize the data collected to compile reports on how visitors interact with our site. Google will keep this data in its database. You can read Google’s privacy guidelines here.

Log Files

The data included in log files is collected and utilized by us, as it is by most websites. Log file information comprises internet protocol (IP) addresses, internet service provider (ISP), browser type (e.g., Chrome, Firefox), visit date/time stamps, and the URLs of pages visited.


When you visit our website, advertisements may be served by a third party platform, for example – Google Adsense. Visits to our Services and other websites may be tracked by these advertisement firms so that you see ads for products and services that may be of interest to you. This information may include your name, address, and email address.

Third-party advertisers may also be used to display advertisements on our website. Ad networks may employ tracking technology such as cookies, web beacons, and similar tools to compile data about your use of our Services and provide you with personalised advertisements.

If you don’t want to have your web browsing activities tracked by the Network Advertising Initiative or the Digital Advertising Alliance, you can disable this feature by visiting their respective opt-out pages. Please note that these browser-specific opt-out techniques will not prevent data collection by other third-party marketers.

We recommend reading this page to learn more about Google AdSense’s privacy policies:

DoubleClick DART cookies

Ads served through Google DoubleClick, which includes some Google AdSense ads, can additionally use a technology called a “DART cookie,” which is stored on your browser when you visit a site using DoubleClick ads.

To personalise advertisements to you and your preferences (“interest based targeting”), this cookie is placed on your browser. Ads you see will be customised for you depending on what you’ve looked at on the site before. “Non-personally identifiable information” is what DART uses. Your name, physical address, email address, telephone number, Social Security number, credit card number or bank account number are NOT recorded. You can even opt out of this ad serving on all site.

Our cookies and those of third parties can be disabled entirely or selectively turned off in your browser settings or through the control of preferences in programmes like Norton Internet Security. You may find that your ability to use our and other websites has been disrupted as a result. Not being able to access your online accounts or forums is an example of this.

If you delete your cookies, you will not be permanently removed from any advertising programmes. The advertising will add a cookie to your browser the next time you visit a site that uses them, unless you have cookie blocking enabled in your browser settings.

Data protection and security

We take the safety of your data very seriously and will do everything in our power to prevent any unauthorised access. When exchanging information, we only use secure methods (such HTTPS). We keep an eye towards security flaws and hacking attempts. To protect the data we collect online from unauthorised access or disclosure, we have taken appropriate physical, electronic, and administrative measures.

We make every effort to keep your data safe, but we cannot make any promises in this regard. But rest assured, we will report any data breaches to the proper authorities. If there is any danger to your safety or interests, we will let you know. To that end, we pledge to take all practicable measures to avoid security breaches and to cooperate with law enforcement in the event of a breach.

Children’s Privacy

We never intentionally gather personal information from children under the age of 13, and the Services we offer are not designed for them. If we detect that a child under the age of 13 has provided us with personal information, we will remove such information as soon as possible. Please notify us through the instructions provided in the “Contact Us” page if you have any reason to believe that we may have obtained personal information from a child under the age of 13.

GDPR & CCPA Compliance

Moneymint is committed to protecting user privacy in accordance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California’s Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), EU citizens have the right to access, rectify, and delete their personal data, as well as the right to data portability and the right to object to processing. Please email us at [email protected] if you’d want to discuss putting any of these rights into practise. The average time for a response from our team is 45 days.

Personal information collected, utilised, disclosed, or sold by our company must be disclosed upon request from a California resident in accordance with the CCPA. Additionally, they have the option to have their data erased. We are open and honest about the data we collect, and we never share or sell any information about our users.

Email us at [email protected] if you are a California resident and would like to make a request under the California Consumer Privacy Act. Every member of our staff is devoted to meeting your needs and keeping your information secure.

Editorial Policy

When it comes to content published on Gyanfry, we have a very firm Editorial Policy that we always follow. We only recommend items, programmes, and services that we have tried and known to be reliable and helpful to our readers. No firm, product, or service has ever paid us to write a positive review or get attention.

Changes to This Privacy Policy Statement

From time to time, we may make changes to this Privacy Policy. Any new information will be posted here. If you want to know more about the information practises and options that are available to you, we recommend reading our Privacy Policy each time you use our Services.

Talk to Us!

Questions, comments, or concerns regarding this Privacy Statement or our information practises can be submitted to [email protected].