Privacy Policy

Last Updated: March 12, 2023


Dntik (“we,” “our,” or “us”) is dedicated to protecting the privacy of our visitors while they use our website, (the “Service”). This Privacy Policy explains our practices regarding the collection, use, and sharing of your personal data.

This Privacy Policy applies to information collected through our Service and does not cover any offline activities. By accessing and using the Service, you agree to the collection, use, and sharing of your information as described in this Privacy Policy.


Information Collection and Use

We collect various types of information, including Personal Data and Usage Data, to provide and improve the Service. Details about the data collected and the purposes for which it is used will be disclosed at the point of collection.


For more details or questions regarding this Privacy Policy, please contact us through the available channels.

Your use of our website implies acceptance of this Privacy Policy’s terms.

Information We Collect

We may collect personal information as provided by you at the point of collection, such as when you:

Use of Information

We use your information to improve service quality and prevent misuse.

Our third-party vendors, including Google, use DART cookies to serve ads based on your visit to our site and others on the internet. You may opt-out of DART cookies by visiting Google’s ad and content network Privacy Policy.

Advertising Partners

Our advertising partners have their own Privacy Policies regarding their user data handling. For a complete list, please visit our website.

Third-Party Privacy Policies

Our Privacy Policy does not apply to third parties linked to our Service. We suggest reviewing their respective policies for more information.

Cookies and Browser Settings

You can manage cookies through your browser settings, with guidance available on browsers’ respective websites.

Your Rights

For exercising these rights, please contact us for support.

Child Protection

We do not knowingly collect information from children under 13 and encourage parents to monitor their children’s online activities.