Revcontent operates a network platform through which web properties can display certain third party content such as articles, videos, blog posts, and advertisements on their sites. Data tracked by RevContent widgets is used for Ad Targeting, Analytics /Measurement, Content Customization
Avandor Consent uses the above information to automatically detect most popular applications running on our client's websites (alongside cookies and other technologies) and to display this information to the user, to provide the right to be informed about all data processing.
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