MoPub Opt Out Information
MoPub respects your privacy as a user. You can choose whether to receive personalized advertising from MoPub on supported devices, and, if you are a California consumer, you can opt-out of the “sale” of your personal information under California law (for more information please refer to Section 3 of our California Consumer Privacy Statement). To do so, follow the steps below depending on your device type.
Enable the “Limit Ad Tracking” setting in your iOS settings (precise directions may be different on different iOS versions).
In the Google Ads settings within your Android settings, toggle the "Opt out of Ads Personalization" switch on (precise directions may be different on different Android versions and OEM Android variants).
If you opt out as described above, MoPub will send your opt-out preference with each request for an advertisement sent to our Advertising Demand Partners. MoPub requires that our Advertising Demand Partners honor opt-out preferences expressed using these controls by only serving contextual advertisements in response to such ad requests, and prohibits the use of any data contained in such ad requests to serve personalized advertising or to create a personalized advertising profile of the user or device. Please note that while opting out may limit MoPub's use of information to serve you personalized ads, it does not prevent you from receiving ads from MoPub, Twitter, or third parties.
If you are visiting this page from clicking on a choice icon in an ad please see below:
Who served this ad?
This ad was served by MoPub. MoPub is an advertising exchange that connects advertisers and mobile app publishers to serve ads to audiences that may be interested in their products or services.
Why am I seeing this ad?
To create a more customized online experience, MoPub may collect information about your device and the ads you view or click. When you download, visit, or interact with the app or website of a MoPub advertiser or publisher, MoPub may collect information in connection with that activity.
Updated: May 2020