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Advertising, Ad Personalization, and Cookies
We rely on advertising to cover the cost of this website, including the time we spend researching and writing stories. Here’s what you should know about the advertisements that appear on this website:
- Google AdSense is our primary advertising program. AdSense is a contextual advertising program that displays ads that match the content of the page in which they appear.
- Google uses the DoubleClick DART cookie on this website when displaying contextual ads. This is a browser cookie that can send Google information about your web browser, such as your IP address and your ISP. This is mostly used to show you ads based on your location or websites you have visited in the past. You can easily disable these types of cookies within your web browser’s settings.