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One of our top goals at Citizenship Tests, available at Citizenship Practice Test, is the privacy of our users. This Privacy Policy document describes the sorts of information gathered and recorded by Free CitizenshipTests, as well as how we utilize it. If you have any more concerns or need more information about our Privacy Policy, please get in touch with us.

Log Files

The Citizenship Tests employs a standard log file mechanism. When people browse websites, these files record their activities. This is something that all hosting companies conduct as part of their analytics. Internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, Internet Service Provider (ISP), date and time stamp, referring/exit pages, and perhaps the number of clicks are among the data gathered by log files. These are not linked to any personally identifying information. The information is used to analyze trends, operate the site, track user’s movements on the website, and gather demographic statistics.

DART Cookie from Google DoubleClick

Google is one of our site’s third-party vendors. It also employs DART cookies to deliver advertisements to our site users based on their visits to www.website.com and other websites on the internet. Visitors can refuse the use of DART cookies by visiting the Google ad and content network Privacy Policy at https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads.


Free Citizenship Test, like any other website, uses ‘cookies’. These cookies are used to save information such as visitors’ preferences and the pages on the website that they viewed or visited. The data is used to improve the user experience by tailoring our web page content to visitors’ browser types and/or other information.

Advertisement Partners

Some of our advertisers may employ cookies and web beacons. The following are our advertising partners. For their policies on user data, each of our advertising partners has its own Privacy Policy. We’ve included a link to their Privacy Policies below for your convenience.

Google https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads

Policies Concerning Privacy

You can see the Privacy Policies for each of Citizenship Test Australia’s advertising partners on this list. Our Privacy Policy was produced using the Privacy Policy Generator.

Third-party ad servers or ad networks employ technologies such as cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons in their adverts and links displayed on Citizenship Test Australia, which are delivered directly to users’ browsers. When this happens, they automatically acquire your IP address. These technologies are used to assess the efficacy of their advertising campaigns and/or to tailor the advertising material you see on websites you visit.

It is important to note that Citizenship Test has no access to or control over the cookies used by third-party advertising.

Information for Children

Another objective is to protect youngsters as they use the internet. We urge parents and guardians to watch, engage in, monitor, and manage their children’s online behavior.

Citizenship Test does not intentionally collect personally identifiable information from minors under the age of 13. If you believe your kid provided this type of information on our website, please notify us immediately, and we will do our utmost to swiftly delete such information from our records.

Only Online Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy solely applies to our online operations and applies to visitors to our website about information provided and/or collected in Citizenship Test. This policy does not apply to any information gathered offline or through methods other than this website.



By using our website, you expressly agree to our Privacy Policy and its Terms & Conditions. Additionally, privacy policies are often necessary for legal compliance. Data protection and privacy regulations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union or the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) in the United States, require organizations to have privacy policies in place. Failure to comply with these regulations can result in legal consequences and damage to an organization’s reputation.

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