Privacy Policy

Do you store the data I enter into the calculators?

No, we don’t.

People often ask if we collect the data users input in the tools? We assure you: we neither store nor sell the data you enter into our calculators.

What else is there to know?

We do only what a standard website does. Most importantly, we don’t store information concerning your identity.

When it comes to cookies, we do the following:

  • We use cookies and localStorage to keep your preferences in mind so that we can better address your needs in the future. For example, when you enter your height in the BMI Calculator, it’ll be there when you revisit the tool. Of course, you may choose to accept or refuse these cookies, and you can change it any time.
  • We also use cookies for A/B testing. For example, if we wish to check whether our users prefer a blue or a green button, we present each variant to half of the users and observe which one people click through more often. Cookies let us make sure you keep seeing the same version each time you visit.
  • We monetize the website with ads: the best way to make sure it stays free. We collaborate with third-party advertising companies to serve these ads. These companies might use information about your visits, either to our website or other websites stored in web cookies, as well as other tracking technologies so that they can serve ads adjusted to you. We do not control the data collected by advertisers (but let us stress again that they cannot access what you do with calculators). We have no affiliation with the advertised websites. We cannot guarantee the safety and privacy of data you provide to any third parties. Any data collected by third parties is not covered by this privacy policy. We are not responsible for the content or privacy and security practices and policies of any third parties, including other websites, services or applications that may be linked to or from our website. Make sure you review the policies of such third parties and contact them directly to respond to your questions.
  • We use Google Analytics to study how people use the website and where they are from. That data is anonymous - there is no way to track it back to you.

Common ID Cookie

The CalcTool site uses cookies as well as other similar tracking technologies such as the Common ID cookie to provide you with its services. Cookies are essential for measuring advertising effectiveness and ensuring a strong and varied online advertising industry. The Common ID cookie saves a unique user id in the first party domain and can be later used by the ad partners. The ID can be the basis for improving user matching, in particular for providing ads to iOS and MacOS browsers. Users can decide not to take part in the Common ID tracking cookie by clicking here.

Advertising Privacy Settings

FOR EU USERS ONLY: While using our site, previously selected companies may utilize certain information on your device and concerning your interests to provide ads or adjusted content. You may choose to alter your consent-choices at any moment by clicking here.

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