I read it, and noted the many ambiguous terms used to appear nondescript in every way. For example, on the matter of “information collected” the policy states: (Note my BOLD highlights).
We collect End Users’ information when they use our Customers’ websites, web applications, and APIs. This information may include but is not limited to IP addresses, system configuration information, and other information about traffic to and from Customers’ websites (collectively, “Log Data”).
The “cookie” side of the policy includes a polysemy statement:
SUMMARY: IMO - Clouflare is a service that Stalks, Monitors, Records, and Controls (SMRC) visitors to my web site. And they charge for it.
I can only interpret " based upon your browsing activities and interests" to mean digging into my cookies and browser History, recording it, analyzing it, and storing it for sale and other things.
Food for thought, and privacy. Oh - and you really should read Privacy Policies because most tell you there is no privacy.