Use of personal information:

“HEXAPOLIS” does not in any way sell or share your private information with any third-party. Neither do we send spam mails or any other information collected by us regarding you. The aggregated information that we collect (limited to email address, username, birth-date and gender – when you create an account) is used to improve content & design of the website, and to simply verify the claims of traffic to the site. Other than that, the information can be used to fulfill your requests and communicate with you. And in rare cases when your information is shared with third parties, it will be done only with your permission; except in response to legal process.

Third Party Cookies:

A cookie is a small data text file that lets “HEXAPOLIS” to identify visitors. The cookie can store information on the users customization of a web page or the information visitors send to the site via their browsers. Cookies themselves do not contain any personal information and “HEXAPOLIS” does not use these cookies to collect personal information.


“HEXAPOLIS” uses third-party advertising on its website (with the aid of AdSense and use of Google Analytics Advertising Features). These companies may use your information excluding your name, address, email address or telephone number. The information like demographic detail, geographic location, etc., will only be used to provide relevant advertisements about products and services of your interest.

Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on your site (including the use of Google Analytics Advertising Feature). Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and other sites on the Internet. Users may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google ad and content network privacy policy. Users can also choose to use Google Analytics’ currently available opt-outs for the web.

It should be noted that from June 2016, Google has made it clear –

Google is inviting people with a Google Account to review new settings that give them more control over the data Google collects about their web and app activity. If a person chooses to turn on the new Google Account features, then data from their web browsing or app activity will be associated with their Google Account and used to serve them more relevant personalized ads (formerly known as interest-based ads).