Privacy Policy for Website, Mobile App and Desktop App.


This Privacy Policy (“Privacy Policy”) governs the data collection of SULTAN AYAZ WEBFILTERING SASU simplified joint-stock company with a single shareholder (“Company”, “we”, “us” and “our”) practices when you use our mobile application or desktop application MUSLIM SURFER (“MUSLIM SURFER Product”) or our website, (the “Website”).

This Privacy Policy is provided to provide important information about how and why we collect, share and use the information we collect from our users. We value the privacy of our users. Before using our MUSLIM SURFER product, please read the privacy policy carefully and use it to make informed decisions. If you would like to use our MUSLIM SURFER add-on, please read and agree to the terms of our separate Privacy Policy, which you can find on our website.

You agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy by using the MUSLIM SURFER product or website. By continuing to use the MUSLIM SURFER product or website, you agree to the terms of this Privacy Policy. This Privacy Policy forms part of our End User License Agreement ( and constitutes a legally binding agreement between you and the company to the extent that the processing of data personal information is based on consent (see below). The meaning of the definitions in this document will be the same as the definitions in it. Please do not access or use the MUSLIM SURFER product or website if you do not agree to these terms.


What types of data do we collect?

Non-personal information is information that is made available or collected through the use of the MUSLIM SURFER product and, where applicable and activated by users of the mobile application, through the Android accessibility service (“Information not personal”). Before being sent to our servers and used in any other way, this non-personal information is sanitized and erased on your device to remove information that could be used to identify you. Therefore, we do not know the identity of the user from whom the non-personal information is collected and are unable to determine it.


The following types of NON-PERSONAL information are collected as a result of your use of the desktop application:


> Browsing history – information about your browsing history (URLs/domains visited)
> Internet Protocol ( IP) address – but keep in mind that we permanently strip the last part of the IP address and hash the full IP address before storing it, preventing us from using it to send data to your device or otherwise identify you.
> GUID – a unique identifier generated on your device during application installation and stored to distinguish one user from another. It cannot be used to send data to your device or otherwise identify you.
> User agent – identifies the browser used, its version and the operating system on which it is running.
> Tracker information – the type and version of our tracker.
> Transition type – how the current URL was reached (e.g. via manual input, tab switching or link click)
> Browser Profile Counter A random number is generated to distinguish between different users using the same browser.


The following types of NON-PERSONAL information are collected as a result of your use of the mobile application:


> Technical data – operating system version, device model name, screen size and mobile network code, as well as browser type.


> Information about your browsing history – URLs/domains visited, as well as the dates, times and durations of those visits.


> Apps that have been installed – app name, app ID, date of installation and update, version, if the app is a system app, if the app is on the homepage .


> App usage – including duration of use – but keep in mind that we don’t collect data from the apps themselves, only aggregate data on how they are used.


> GUID – a unique identifier generated on your device during application installation and stored to distinguish one user from another. It cannot be used to send data to your device or otherwise identify you.


> Internet Protocol (IP) address – but keep in mind that we permanently strip the last part of the IP address and hash the full IP address before storing it, which prevents us from transmitting any information to your device or to identify you otherwise.


Permissions for an Android Application (“Accessibility”):


>Accessibility: This permission allows us to block unwanted websites or apps and allow safe use of your device and browser, which is the core functionality of the app. Please see the “How the data is used” section below for more information. 

To access these permissions, you must first explicitly enable them through a permission in the app or mobile settings. You have the ability to disable these permissions at any time. However, depending on the permission you disable, one feature or all features may not work properly. To provide the Services, we share information obtained through Permissions.

This non-personal information is processed for the purposes described in the section entitled “How is the data used?” » below.

We do not collect any personally identifiable information from you, that is, information that identifies an individual or that can be used to identify an individual with reasonable effort (“Personal Information”), except for that which you voluntarily provide if and when you register and create an account or otherwise contact us, such as your name and email address, provided that such information will only be used to communicate with and support you, and will not be shared with third parties.

How is the data used?

We collect your information as set out above when you access or use the MUSLIM SURFER website or the MUSLIM SURFER product, and we use this information to block your access to specific sites based on parameters that you define and control. (Services”).
We use this information based on our legitimate interests to promote and improve the MUSLIM SURFER product and our services, the need for this information for the provision of the MUSLIM SURFER product and our services, if applicable (as described in this policy Privacy Policy), or, where permitted by applicable law, the implied consent you provide by using the MUSLIM SURFER product, requesting support, registering for the MUSLIM SURFER product or otherwise.

In practice, we need to analyze the web pages you visit and collect the applications you try to open in order to provide MUSLIM SURFER products and services. This means that we use the data we collect from you and transmit it to our servers to activate the MUSLIM SURFER product and know when and where there is content, a website or an application to be blocked, as detailed and specified here. -above.
Therefore, in this context, the processing of non-personal information is required for a functionality intended for the user, namely the provision of the services described above. Therefore, all or part of site blocking would not work if this information was not available. By using the MUSLIM SURFER website and by downloading and using the MUSLIM SURFER Product, you acknowledge and agree that you are requesting that we provide the Services to you.
In order to monitor and understand user interest and improve the Services, we also use non-personal information, aggregate information or statistics about your use of the Services that does not describe or identify any individual user.

How is the data shared?

We do not share any of your personal information with third parties or any of our partners. We may disclose the information you provide if we believe in good faith that such disclosure is reasonably necessary:

(i) to comply with any applicable law, regulation, legal process or governmental request;

(ii) to enforce our policies (including our policies and agreements), including conducting investigations of potential violations;

(iii) investigate, detect, prevent, or take action on illegal activity or other wrongdoing, suspected fraud, or security issues;

(iv) to establish or exercise our legal rights to defend against legal claims;

(v) to protect our rights, property or safety, that of our users, you or a third party; Where

(vi) for the purpose of cooperating with law enforcement agencies, or if we believe it is necessary to enforce intellectual property or other legal rights.

Please keep in mind that we may also appoint third party service providers or have certain services provided by one of our affiliates operating under our instructions, who may need access to your information in order to perform services on our behalf. . Your personal information will be transferred in accordance with applicable data protection laws.

We will take all necessary steps to ensure that international transfers of personal data (including personal information) comply with all applicable data protection laws. Where personal data collected in the European Economic Area (“EEA”) is transferred outside of the EEA, we will take steps to ensure that such data is transferred with adequate safeguards, and you can exercise your rights, the where appropriate, to receive information on these transfer mechanisms.


Third-party tools and cookies

We may use cookies to identify you when you use MUSLIM SURFER or our product. Please keep in mind that a “cookie” is a small text file that is located in your browser’s directory and that a website assigns and stores on your computer while you browse the Internet. Cookies are commonly used for a variety of purposes, including letting you navigate between pages more efficiently, helping to enable certain features automatically, remembering your preferences, and making interactions between you and various services, such as ours, easier. and faster. Cookies are also used to help personalize your user experience. You can find out more about cookies at 

Third-party tools (eg,, or some of the tools described below) or third-party content may be used on the MUSLIM SURFER website (eg, These third parties may use and store their own cookies on your device, and these cookies may collect information about you, including personal information, subject to the privacy practices of such third parties. These third-party cookies may collect information such as how often users access our website, the pages they visit and when they visit them. Please contact the relevant third party for more information on third party cookies. 

We use information obtained from third parties such as Google Analytics to promote and improve the MUSLIM SURFER product and our services in accordance with our legitimate interests. Please keep in mind that we do not combine information collected through the use of third-party tools with personal information collected from you. You can delete Cookies by following the instructions on your device to configure your preferences. Our cookies do not allow you to access or inspect other information on your device. If you wish to be notified when cookies are placed on your device, you can configure your web browser to do so.


Here are some of the tools used in our products and/or our website:


Taboola Technology

Taboola Inc. (28 West 23rd St. 5th Fl, New York, NY 10010,, “Taboola”) are used on our website. Taboola uses cookies to track how you navigate our website, the pages you visit and the content and video services you use. The cookie allows us to create pseudonymous user profiles by collecting device-related data as well as log data, and to recommend content that matches your personal interests, which allows us to tailor our offer to you. you. These usage profiles are not combined with information about the bearer of the pseudonym and do not allow us to draw any conclusions about the data subject. Visit for more information about Taboola and the ability to disable the Taboola cookie. 

facebook pixel meta

Visitor action pixels from Facebook Inc. (1601 S. California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94304, USA, “Facebook”) are used to track conversions on our website.

These make it possible to track the behavior of site visitors after clicking on a Facebook advertisement to reach the provider’s website, allowing for statistical and market research purposes, as well as the future optimization of Facebook advertisements.

The information collected is anonymous to us as website operators, and we cannot use it to infer anything about the identity of our users. However, Facebook stores and processes your information, which it may link to your Facebook profile and use for its own advertising purposes, as set out in Facebook’s privacy policy. Facebook will thus be able to display advertisements on Facebook and on third-party websites. We have no say in how this information is used. To learn more about protecting your privacy on Facebook, visit

In the Ads Settings section at product=ad settings screen, you can disable Facebook’s Custom Audience Remarketing feature. 


For users who choose to create accounts and provide their email addresses and passwords, we use Firebase ( for user registration and authentication. Please see Firebase’s privacy policy by clicking this link for more information. 

PayPal and Stripe

We use PayPal ( and Stripe ( to enable secure electronic payment by users for paid features and services. For more information, please see PayPal’s privacy statement by clicking this link and Stripe’s privacy statement by clicking this link. 

AdMob by Google

Our product may display third-party advertisements served by Google. Google uses an advertising ID of the device on which ads are served to determine interests, demographics and other user data, which may then be used to serve ads that are more relevant to the user. user through the Google Mobile Ads SDK. For more information, please see Google’s privacy policy by clicking here, and AdMob and AdSense program policies by clicking here and here. 

Currently, you can unsubscribe:


You have the following options to opt out of the automatic collection and sharing of non-personal information described above:

> Android app, go to:

> By checking the box next to the words “Disable” in the app’s “About” screen.

We will no longer collect or share your Non-Personal Information as described in this Privacy Policy after you opt out. It should be noted that if you unsubscribe, you will lose access to all or part of the MUSLIM SURFER services.

User rights

Please keep in mind that, unless you tell us otherwise, we will retain the information we collect for as long as necessary to provide the services described herein, comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements.


Where applicable law (for example, within the European Union) so provides, you may have the right to ask us to delete personal information that you have provided to us, subject to applicable exceptions, such as the need to retain this information for early litigation. or regulatory requirements, or any or all of the following rights: the right to obtain information about our use of your personal information, the right to obtain a copy of it, the right to data portability.

Please contact our Data Protection Officer at to exercise any of these rights. Please keep in mind that we may request proof of your identity, and we reserve the right to charge a fee where permitted by law, for example if your request is deemed excessive.

In addition, subject to applicable law, you may have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority (as is the case in the European Union).

How do we protect your information?

When processing sensitive data, we strive to use security methods and encryptions (i.e. handle user data securely, including transmitting it using modern cryptography) . Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet or wireless network can be completely secure.

Therefore, while we strive to protect your information, you acknowledge that: (a) the Internet has security and privacy limitations beyond our control; and (b) the security, integrity and confidentiality of all information and data exchanged between you and us via the MUSLIM SURFER Products cannot be 100% guaranteed.

The case of minors

Children under the age of 13 are not allowed to use the MUSLIM SURFER product. If we discover that a user under 13 has shared information, we will delete that information. If you have reason to believe that a child under 13 has provided us with personal information, please contact our Data Protection Officer at If you are under 18, please review this policy with your parents or legal guardians and ask any questions you may have.

How to contact us ?

If you have any questions about these Terms, please contact us at:

Or on our 24/7 Chat