Types of Cookies
Here are different types of cookies that we may use whenever you visit our website:
Ad servers and advertisers place advertising cookies on your computer to show adverts that are more likely to be relevant to you. Advertising cokes allow ad servers and advertisers to collect information about how you visit the website, as well as other websites, substitute the ads that are sent to a particular computer, and then trach how frequently an ad is viewed, and who views it. The cookies are connected to a computer and they don’t gather any personal information about the user.
These cookies monitor the methods users used to reach our website, how they interact with the website, as well as how they move around the website. Analytics cookies allow us to know the functional features on a website, as well as the features that need to be improved.
These are also known as “first-party cookies,” which can either be temporary or permanent. Our cookies are the basic cookies, and a website cannot work properly or provide certain functionalities or features without our cookies. You can manually disable some of these cookies in your browser, and this can affect how the website functions.
These cookies are used to identify repeat visitors on a website. Personalization cookies are used to record your browsing history, your preferences, and settings, as well as the pages that you’ve visited.
Security cookies assist in identifying and preventing security risks. These cookies are used to authenticate users, as well as safeguard user data from unauthorized parties.
Site management cookies
These cookies are used to identify a user’s session and identity on the website to prevent them from being logged off unexpectedly. Any information that a user enters is reserved from page to page. Site management cookies cannot be turned off independently, but they can be disabled all at once in a browser.
These cookies can be placed on your computer when you visit a website by companies that manage the services that we provide. Third-party cookies let third parties collect and track particular information about the user, and they can be manually disabled in the browser.
Control of cookies
Almost every browser is set to accept cookies by default. But, it’s also possible to reject or remove cookies in the settings section of your browser. However, you should note that this can affect the functionality or availability of the website.
Other tracking technologies
Apart from cookies, we can also use pixel tags and web beacons, among other tracking technologies on the website to assist in customizing the website, as well as improving your user experience. A pixel tag or web beacon is a tiny image or object embedded in an email or web page. These two are used to track the total number of users who visit certain pages, view emails, and also gather other statistical data.
Also, the do collect a limited set of data, like time and date an email or page was viewed, cookie number, as well as a description of the email or page where they are located. You cannot decline pixel tags and web beacons. However, it is possible to limit their usage—and this happens when you control the cookies that interact with them.