Privacy Policy

The privacy of our visitors is extremely important to us at This privacy statement explains the types of personal information that Headphones Authority receives and collects, how it is used, when we may share it, and how you may control it.

We make every effort to protect your privacy by using ethical data management techniques. The Headphones Authority website, subsidiaries, applications, and any affiliated services are all subject to this privacy policy.

Our privacy policy does not apply to the websites of other companies and organizations with whom we may link, or with whom we may be affiliated in any way. The privacy practices of third-party websites are beyond our control and responsibility.

You consent to the practices outlined in this privacy policy when you access and use our website. Cookies are included in this. Do not use the website if you do not agree to the terms of the privacy policy.

Information We Gather

We may gather a variety of information about users, including personal data. Personal information includes references to geographical data, a person’s name, email address, phone number, and other variables that are unique to that person.

We also collect non-personally identifiable data that does not allow us to identify you. Tracking and usage information regarding your geographical location, demographics, and use of the website and the Internet are examples of non-personally identifiable information.

How Do We Gather Information?

The majority of the information we collect comes directly from you. We collect information when you:

  • Fill out a consumer survey.
  • When leaving a comment on a blog, include your email address.
  • Use and access our website with cookies enabled in your browser.

What Do We Do With Your Information?

Headphones Authority gathers your information so that we can send you unique offers on items and services you might be interested in. If you win a giveaway, we may contact you via your personal email address.

Location Specifics

We collect and handle the source IP address of your device, which may reveal your general geolocation at the time of access. Because of this, you may receive advertisements and promotional information.

Logging Files, like many other websites, makes use of log files. To evaluate trends, administer the site, track user’s movement about the site, and gather demographic information, log files contain information such as IP addresses, type of browser, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date/time stamp, referring/exit pages, and number of clicks. IP addresses and other similar data are not associated with any personally identifying information.

What exactly are cookies?

Cookies are little text files that are downloaded to your computer’s browser and used to gather basic internet log data and visitor behavior data.

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DART Cookie DoubleClick

  • Cookies are used by Google, a third-party vendor, to show adverts on
  • The DART cookie is used by Google to deliver advertising to users based on their visits to and other websites.
  • Users can opt out of the DART cookie by going to this URL -> and reading the Google ad and content network privacy policy.

The adverts and links that appear on are sent straight to your browsers by some third-party ad servers or ad networks. When this happens, they acquire your IP address automatically. Third-party ad networks may also use other technologies (such as cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons) to measure the efficacy of their adverts or to tailor the advertising material you view.

Third-party cookies are used by third-party advertisers, and has no access to or control over them.

For additional information on these third-party ad servers’ practices, as well as instructions on how to opt-out of particular practices, you should review their separate privacy policies. The privacy policy of does not apply to such other advertisers or web sites, and we have no control over their activity.

You may disable cookies in your browser settings if you want to. The websites of specific web browsers have more thorough information regarding cookie management.


We occasionally ask users to participate in surveys, sweepstakes, and campaigns that may collect personal information. Participation is entirely voluntary, and refusing to do so will have no effect on your ability to access the website.


Against loss and unauthorized access, use, modification, or erasure, Headphones Authority employs electronic and procedural safeguards. Despite this, no defense mechanism is 100% effective. As a result, we cannot guarantee that your information is completely secure.

Please contact us here if you require any additional information or have any queries about our privacy policy.