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At www.xdablogs.com, the privacy of our visitors is of extreme importance to us.

Your Information submitted to us will be private and to be shared or sell to other. Our Aim is to maintain your Privacy. Because our blog is Hosted on Blogger Provided by Google, so there is no chance for storing your Personal information and cookies on our server your data will be stored on Google's server. And if you will be prompted to Authorize your Other social network details to our website like facebook, twitter etc then they will Authorize by Google's Plug-ins which we have placed on our website. That means we are not storing/Steeling your Information or cookies. So feel free to visit and use our tools without any privacy issue.

Our Motive is to Teach you about Technology facts and tips, we are not here to steel your personal information. If you found any security issue then write us at help@xdablogs.com.

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