To provide you with the most inspirational, personalised experience on Pinterest, we use information about your activity off and on Pinterest. For example, if we see you’re into cooking based on what you save on Pinterest, we may suggest food-related Pins, boards, or people we think you might like. You can update your privacy and data sharing settings to adjust how we share and use certain information.
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Note: Minors in the EU and UK will be opted out of all ad personalisation settings automatically. You’ll be opted in when you turn 18, but you can adjust this in your settings at any time.
If you’d like, you can
If you're located in the EU, you can choose whether Pinterest can use certain data to personalise the ideas you see. This data includes things such as Pins you've clicked on before, demographic information and your Pinterest search history. To manage this setting, find Inferred signals about you, then tick or untick the box or toggle the switch.
If you’re located in the EU or UK, you can adjust your cookie preferences in your privacy settings by selecting Edit under Cookie Preferences.
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