This site does not track you
That's about as simple as I can make it.
This site has no forms where you could enter your name.
This server does not set cookies.
I maintain no mailing lists.
In order to make ads what Google calls "more useful to you", they track the series of pages that a browser views. Pages on my site, and the pages you earlier viewed on other sites. Put another way: If you let them track who you are, then they can customize the ads to show what their automated system thinks will be interesting to you.
Controlling Ad Personalization
Why am I seeing these specific ads? Click on the small right-pointing triangle at the upper right of any Google AdSense or Infolinks ad on my pages. That will take you to a page explaining why that ad appeared for you.
If you have turned off ad tracking, as I recommend, it will explain that the ad selection was based simply on page content and your apparent general location as based on your network address.
Turn off ad tracking: You should go to Google's Ads Settings page and turn off ad tracking. If you are not signed in to Google in your browser session or on an Android phone, you can still personalize ad behavior for that browser and device only.
If you set these preferences when you are signed in, either on an Android phone or within a Chrome session on a tablet or computer, then the settings apply across all signed-in sessions.
Block pop-up ads: The Chrome browser blocks pop-up ads by default. Here is how to turn that protection off and back on: Block or allow pop-up ads in Chrome