Privacy Policy

We are happy that you like our enterprise. We care a lot about keeping your information safe. You can use our website without giving us any information about yourself. But if you want to use some of our special services on our website, we might need some of your information. If we need your information and the law does not say we can have it, we will ask you first.

We will only use your information, like your name, address, email, or phone number, in the way that the GDPR and the laws of your country say we can. We want to tell you what kind of information we have, how much we have, and why we have it. We also want to tell you what you can do with your information. You can find all this in our data protection declaration.

Interpretation and Definitions


If a word starts with a big letter, it has a special meaning. We explain what these words mean later. It does not matter if you use one word or more than one. They mean the same thing.


This Privacy Policy explains some words that have special meanings:

Account means you make an account to use our Service or some parts of it. Business means the Company that gets your personal information and decides how to use it. The Company does this for people who live in California or are in California for a short time.

Company means Kayak Addicts. We also use “the Company”, “We”, “Us” or “Our” to talk about ourselves. The Company is the Data Controller for the GDPR. This means the Company decides how to use your Data in Europe.

Consumer means a person who lives in California. The law says a person lives in California if they are in the USA for more than a short time, or if they have a home in the USA but are away for a short time. Cookies are small files that a website puts on your computer, phone, or other device. They have information about what you do on that website.

Country means the United States.

Data Controller means the Company for the GDPR. The Company decides how to use your Data in Europe.

Device means anything you can use to get the Service, like a computer, a phone, or a tablet.

Do Not Track (DNT) is an idea that the US government wants the Internet to do. It means you can choose if websites can see what you do online.

Facebook Fan Page is a page on Facebook that the Company made for Kayak Addicts. You can see it from

Personal Data is any information that tells who you are or can be used to find you.

For the GDPR, Personal Data is any information about you, like your name, your ID number, where you are, what you do online, or anything else that is special to you.

For the CCPA, Personal Data is any information that can be used to know who you are, what you do, or what you like, by itself or with other information.

Sale means giving your personal information to another business or a third party for money or something else that is valuable.

Service means the Website

Service Provider means any person or company that helps the Company use your data. They work for the Company to make the Service better, to give you the Service, to do things related to the Service, or to help the Company understand how you use the Service. For the GDPR, Service Providers are the ones who use your data for the Company.

Usage Data is data that is collected automatically when you use the Service or from the Service itself, like how long you stay on a page. The website means Kayak Addicts, which you can visit from

You mean you or the company or other legal entity that you work for or represent when you use the Service. For the GDPR, You can also be called the Data Subject or the User, because you are the one using the Service.

Collecting and Using Your Data

When you use our service, we may ask you for personal information that identifies you. This personal information may include but is not limited to:

  • Usage information

Types of Data Collected

Personal Data

When you use our service, we automatically collect certain information about how you access and use it. This includes things like your device’s IP address, what type of browser and device you use, the pages you visit, and the dates and times of your visits. If you use a mobile device, we may also collect information like your mobile operating system and browser type.

 This data helps us understand how people use our service so we can improve it. We only collect this usage information automatically when you access our service. We do not collect any personal information about you unless you provide it directly to us.

Usage Data

This usage data may include your device’s IP address, browser type, browser version, the pages you visit on our site, the time and date you visit, how long you stay on each page, unique device IDs, and other diagnostic information.

When you access our service on a mobile device, we may automatically collect certain information like the type of mobile device, its unique ID, IP address, operating system, browser type, and other diagnostic data. We may also gather data that your browser provides when you visit our site or use our service on a mobile device.

Tracking Technologies and Cookies

We use Cookies and other things to see what you do on Our Service and save some information. These things are beacons, tags, and scripts that get and track information and make Our Service better and smarter. The Things We use are:

Cookies or Browser Cookies. A cookie is a small file on Your Device. You can tell Your browser to say no to all Cookies or to tell You when a Cookie is sent. But if You say no to Cookies, You might not be able to use some parts of our Service. If You do not change Your browser setting to say no to Cookies, our Service may use Cookies.

  Flash Cookies. Some parts of our Service may use things in your device (or Flash Cookies) to get and save information about what You like or what You do on our Service. Flash Cookies are not controlled by the same browser settings as Browser Cookies.

 Web Beacons. Some parts of our Service and our emails may have small files called web beacons (also called clear gifs, pixel tags, and single-pixel gifs) that let the Company, for example, count how many users have seen those parts or opened an email and for other things about the website (for example, seeing how popular a certain part is and making sure everything works well).

 Cookies can be “Persistent” or “Session” Cookies. Persistent Cookies stay on Your computer or mobile device when You are offline, while Session Cookies are gone as soon as You close Your web browser.

We use both Session and Persistent Cookies for these reasons:

Necessary / Essential Cookies

Type: Session Cookies

Administered by: Us

Purpose: These Cookies are needed to give You services through the Website and to let You use some of its parts. They help to check users and stop bad use of user accounts. Without these Cookies, the services that You want cannot be given, and We only use these Cookies to give You those services.

Cookies Policy / Notice Acceptance Cookies

Type: Persistent Cookies

Administered by: Us

Purpose: These Cookies show if users have said yes to the use of cookies on the Website.

Functionality Cookies

Type: Persistent Cookies

Administered by: Us

Purpose: These Cookies let us remember what You choose when You use the Website, like your login details or language choice. These Cookies are to give You a more personal experience and to stop You from having to put in your choices every time You use the Website.

Essential Cookies

We use session cookies on our website that are necessary for the site to function properly. These temporary cookies allow us to identify you as a unique user while you are logged in so we can provide access to the services you have requested. They help us authenticate users and prevent fraudulent use of accounts. 

Session cookies expire once you log out of the site. We only use these technical cookies to provide the services you have asked for while visiting our website and don’t use them to identify you after you’ve left the site.

Notice Acceptance Cookies

Remember Me Cookies

From: Us

Why: To remember if you accepted using cookies on our website.

Function Cookies

From: Us

Why: To remember the choices you make on our website, like your language or login details. This gives you a more personalized experience.

Tracking Cookies

From: Other companies

Why: To track information about traffic to our website and how you use it. This may identify you based on your device. We may use these cookies to test new features to see how you react.

Tracking and Performance Cookies

Companies we don’t own put tracking cookies on your device when you visit our website. These companies track what you look at on our site and other sites. They use this information to show you ads about things you seem interested in.

We allow these companies to track you and show targeted ads to make money from advertising. You can control whether these cookies are used by adjusting your browser or device privacy settings. For more details, see our Cookies Policy. We explain what cookies we use, why we use them, and the choices we have.

Use of Your Data

The Company may use Personal Data for these reasons:

To give and keep our Service, and to see how our Service is used.

 Your Account: Sign you up as a user of the Service. The Personal Data You give can let You use different parts of the Service that You can use as a signed-up user.

To do a contract: to make, follow, and finish the buying contract for the products, items, or services You have bought or any other contract with Us through the Service.

To contact You: To contact You by email, phone calls, SMS, or other ways of talking online, like a mobile app’s messages about new things or helpful information about the parts, products or services You paid for, including the security updates, when needed or good for their use.

To give You news, special deals, and general information about other things, services, and events that we have that are like the ones that you have already bought or asked about unless You have said no to getting such information.

To manage Your requests: To help and manage Your requests to Us.

For business changes: We may use Your information to look at or do a merger, selling, change, ending, or other sale or transfer of some or all of Our things, whether as a business or as part of going broke, closing, or similar thing, in which Personal Data that We have about our Service users is among the things transferred.

For other purposes: We may use Your information for other purposes, like data analysis, finding usage patterns, seeing how good our ads are, and making our Service, products, services, marketing, and your experience better.

Your personal information in these situations

With Service Providers: We may share Your personal information with Service Providers to see and improve how our Service is used, to show ads to You to help pay for and keep Our Service, and to contact You. 

For business changes: We may share or move Your personal information when We are talking about or doing any merger, sale of Company things, money, or buying all or some of Our business by another company. 

With Affiliates: We may share Your information with Our affiliates, and We will ask them to follow this Privacy Policy. Affiliates include Our parent company and any other companies, partners, or other companies that We are in charge of or that are in charge of Us. 

With business partners: We may share Your information with Our business partners to give You some products, services, or deals.

 With other users: When you share personal information or talk in public areas with other users, such information may be seen by all users and may be shared outside.

 With Your consent: We may tell Your personal information for any other reason with Your permission.

Retention of Your Data

We will keep your personal information only as long as needed for the purposes outlined in our privacy policy. We will retain and use your personal information to comply with legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements.

We also keep usage data for internal analysis. We typically keep usage data for a short time, unless it is used to improve security and functionality, or we are legally required to keep it longer.

Transfer of Your Data

Your information, including personal data, may be transferred to and stored on computers located outside of your country, where data protection laws may be different. By using our service and submitting information, you consent to us transferring your information worldwide. We will take reasonable steps to ensure your data is still protected and handled according to this privacy policy.

We will not transfer your data to any organization or country unless there are proper security measures and controls in place to protect your information and privacy.

Disclosure of Your Data

Business Transactions: If we are involved in a merger or sale, your data may be transferred. We will notify you before your data is transferred to a different privacy policy.

Law Enforcement:  In certain cases, we may be required by law or government agencies to share your data.

Other Legal Needs: We may also share your data if needed to:

  • Comply with the law
  • Protect and defend our rights
  • Prevent or investigate wrongdoing
  • Protect safety
  • Protect against legal liability

The goal is to simplify the language while preserving the key points clearly and concisely.

Security of Your Data

We take the security of your personal information seriously. However, it’s important to know that no online transmission or electronic storage is completely foolproof. Even though we use reliable methods to safeguard your data, we can’t promise it will be 100% secure.

Detailed Information on the Processing of Your Data

Some other companies help us run our service. They might see your personal information. They follow some rules about how they can use your information and what they can do with it.


We may use service providers to show you ads to support our service.

Google uses cookies as a third-party vendor to serve ads on our site. Google uses the DoubleClick cookie to show you ads based on your visits to our site or other sites.

You can opt out of interest-based ads served by the DoubleClick cookie by going to the Google Ads Settings page at

GDPR Privacy

Legal Basis for Processing Personal Data under GDPR

We may use your personal information for different reasons:

Consent: You have agreed to let us use your personal information for one or more reasons. Contract: We need your personal information to do business with you or to prepare for doing business with you.

 Law: We have to use your personal information to follow the rules that apply to us. 

Safety: We have to use your personal information to protect you or someone else from harm. Public good: We have to use your personal information to do something that benefits society or the government. 

Our interests: We have to use your personal information to achieve our goals or needs. If you have any questions about why we use your personal information, we will be happy to answer them. 

Your Rights under the GDPR

We promise to keep your personal information safe and let you control it.

You have the right to do these things with your personal information, according to our privacy policy and the law in the EU:

See your personal information. You can see, change, or delete your personal information anytime. You can do this yourself in your account settings. If you need help, please ask us. We can also send you a copy of your personal information that we have. Fix your personal information. You can ask us to correct any wrong or incomplete information that we have about you. Say no to us using your personal information. 

You can do this if we are using your personal information for something that is not good for you or for us. You can also do this if we are using your personal information to send you ads that you don’t want. Ask us to delete your personal information. You can do this if there is no reason for us to keep your personal information. Ask us to move your personal information.

 We can send your personal information to you or to another company that you choose. We will use a format that is easy to read and use. This only works for information that you permitted us to use or that we needed to do business with you. Change your mind. You can stop us from using your personal information if you don’t want us to anymore. But this might mean that you can’t use some parts of our service.

Exercising Your GDPR Data Protection Rights

Want to access, change, or delete your data? Have concerns with how we use your personal information? Let us know! Contact us to make requests. We may verify who you are first, then will respond ASAP. Don’t like how we handle your data? File a complaint with your local data protection agency if you’re in the EEA. 

CCPA Privacy

This section is for people who live in California. It tells you how we protect your privacy and what kind of information we collect from you. Our Privacy Policy has more details about this.

We collect information that can identify you or your device, or that can be linked to you or your device. This information may include things like your name, address, email, phone number, ID numbers, and online activity. 

We only collect the information that you give us or that we need for our business. The list below shows the types of information we collect and whether we have collected them or not.

  • Identifiers: These are things like your name, address, email, phone number, ID numbers, and online activity. We have collected these.
  • Personal information: These are things like your signature, social security number, physical features, education, work, bank account, credit card, medical information, and health insurance information. Some of these may be the same as identifiers. We have collected these.
  • Protected characteristics: These are things like your age, race, ancestry, citizenship, religion, marital status, disability, sex, sexual orientation, military status, and genetic information. We have not collected these.
  • Commercial information: These are things like what products or services you buy or consider buying. We have not collected these.
  • Biometric information: These are things like your fingerprints, face, voice, eye scans, keystrokes, movements, and health data. We have not collected these.
  • Internet activity: These are things like how you interact with our website or ads. We have collected these.
  • Geolocation data: These are things like where you are or where your device is. We have not collected these.
  • Sensory data: These are things like sound, video, temperature, smell, or other information that you or your device sense. We have not collected these.
  • Professional information: These are things like your current or past jobs or how well you do at work. We have not collected these.
  • Education information: These are things like your grades, transcripts, classes, or schedules at school. We have not collected these.

Sources of Personal Information

This is how we get the information we collect from you:

  • From you directly. For example, when you fill out forms on our website or tell us what you like or want on our website.
  • From you indirectly. For example, when we watch what you do on our website.
  • From you automatically. For example, when we or other companies we work with put small files on your device that track your activity on our website.
  • From other companies. For example, companies that help us understand how you use our website, companies that show you ads on our website, or companies that we need to provide the service to you.

Use of Personal Information for Business Purposes or Commercial Purposes

We may use or share your details for business purposes like:

  • Operating our service
  • Providing support, answering questions
  • Meeting why you gave us information
  • Complying with law enforcement
  • As described when collecting data
  • Internal auditing
  • Detecting illegal activity, and prosecuting those responsible

And more as outlined in “Use of Your Data”.

If we collect new kinds of personal information or use your data for very different purposes, we’ll update our privacy policy.

Disclosure of Personal Information for Business Purposes 

Over the past 12 months, we may have shared some of your personal information with third parties for business purposes. This could include things like:

  • Identifiers like your name, address, email, etc.
  • Personal details like age, income, employment, etc.
  • Internet activity like browsing history, search history, etc.

We only share your data when we have an agreement requiring confidentiality and limiting use.

We may have also sold some personal information to third parties over the past 12 months. This could include:

  • Identifiers like name, address, email, etc.
  • Personal details like age, income, employment, etc.
  • Internet activity like browsing history, search history, etc.

By selling, we mean we may have received some benefit, like a service, in return for sharing data. We only share your personal information with service providers, affiliates, partners, and vendors as needed to provide our services to you.

Sale of Personal Information of Minors Under 16 Years of Age

We do not knowingly collect personal information from children under 16 through our service. However, some third-party sites we link to may do so. These sites have their policies – we suggest parents monitor kids’ internet use and instruct them to not give info without permission.

We do not sell personal data of users we actually know are under 16 without affirmative authorization. Users 13-16 can opt-in, as can parents/guardians of users under 13. Users who opt-in can opt back out at any time by contacting us. If you believe someone under 13 (or 16) has given us personal information, contact us with details so we can delete it.

Your Rights under the CCPA

If you live in California, you have some rights to your personal information. This is what you can do:

  • Ask us what we know about you. You can ask us to tell you what kind of personal information we have about you, where we got it from, what we use it for, who we share it with, and what we did with it. We will tell you if you ask us.
  • Tell us not to sell your information. You can tell us to stop selling your personal information to anyone else. If you want to do that, please contact us.
  • Tell us to delete your information. You can tell us to erase your personal information from our records unless we need it for something important. We may not delete your information if we need it to:
  • Finish what we started with you, like providing a service or product you wanted, or keeping our promises to you.
  • Protect ourselves and others from bad people or bad things that might happen online or offline.
  • Fix any problems or bugs in our products or services.
  • Respect your right and other people’s right to say what they think or believe, or any other right by law.
  • Follow the law that says we can’t spy on your private messages or calls.
  • Do research that helps the public and follows ethical and privacy rules, and only if you agreed to it before.
  • Use your information in ways that you would expect or agree with, based on how we know each other.
  • Follow any other legal duty or reason.
  • Be treated fairly. You have the right to be treated the same as anyone else, no matter what you choose to do with your rights. We will not:
  • Refuse to serve you or give you anything you want from us.
  • Charge you more or less money, or give you discounts or penalties, for anything we offer.
  • Give you better or worse quality of anything we offer.
  • Make you think that you will get a better or worse deal or quality of anything we offer.

Exercising Your CCPA Data Protection Rights

If you are a California resident and want to request your personal information under CCPA, here is how:

  • Contact us through our website contact.
  • Or have an authorized agent registered with the California Secretary of State submit the request for you.

To verify your request, we will need:

  • Enough information to confirm your identity.
  • Details about your request so we can understand and respond.

We cannot fulfill requests we cannot verify as coming from you or your authorized agent.

We will provide your required information free of charge within 45 days. We may extend this by 45 additional days with notice. Any disclosures will cover the 12 months before we receive your request.

Changes to this Privacy Policy

We may need to update our privacy policy from time to time. If we make any changes, we will notify you before they take effect. There are a couple of ways we may notify you of changes:

First, we will post the new privacy policy clearly on our website. This will allow you to review the updated policy at any time.

Second, we will send you an email and/or display a prominent notice on our service before any changes take effect. This will give you advanced notice of the upcoming changes.

Whenever we update the privacy policy, we will also update the “Last Updated” date at the top of the policy. This will help you easily identify if any changes have been made since you last reviewed the policy