Beginning in November 2015, the Relevant Mobile Advertising program will be combined into the AOL Advertising Network. The combination will help make marketing you see more personalized and useful to you across the devices and services you use.
The information used by the Relevant Mobile Advertising program includes your postal and email addresses; certain information about your Verizon Wireless products and services such as your device type; and demographic and interest categories we get from other companies such as your gender, age range, and interests (i.e., sports fan, frequent diner, or pet owner). The AOL Advertising Network uses information collected when you use AOL services and visit third-party websites where AOL provides advertising services (such as web browsing, app usage, and location), as well as information that AOL obtains from third-party partners and advertisers themselves.
The combined advertising program will use online and device identifiers including AOL browser cookies, advertising IDs from Apple and Google, and one created by Verizon, known as a Unique Identifier Header or UIDH. We do not share information that identifies you personally as part of these programs other than with vendors and partners who do work for us. We require that these vendors and partners protect the information and use it only for the services they are providing us.
You have a choice about participating in the Relevant Mobile Advertising program. These FAQs provide more information about the Relevant Mobile Advertising program. Go to our privacy choices page to notify us if you do not want to participate.