In particular, we use the following categories of Cookies;
- Analytics and performance cookies
- Service cookies
- Functionality cookies
- Social media cookies
- Targeting and advertising cookies
What are cookies?
Cookies can also be used by websites owners themselves in order to do things such as remembering what pages visitors came from (to prevent users getting “stuck” on an advertisement), authenticating against login credentials without having access tokens saved indefinitely etc., but this is rare now days because if compromised these would give hackers access not just outside web security measures like Http Only flags…
Cookies are a great way to store information about your browsing habits on an individual basis. They’re also used by websites and services you use, like MIT Technology Review! First party cookies help the website owner provide features or functionality such as advertising; third-party (or “third part”) cookie enable them track what other sites visitors go to after visiting their own site – this could be useful if they want more people using one app vs another for example: it might show which ad campaign works better than others based off certain user preferences towards specific products offered within those campaigns
We use first party and third-party cookies for several reasons. Some are essential to the way our websites work, while others help us track user interests so we can provide a personalized experience throughout your visit!
The following passage discusses how Google uses both types of cookie on their website: “We use strictly necessary “strict mannish” words like ‘crayon’ or fingerprint.’ These allow us as developers without access control lists in order to function properly”.
We also allow third party vendors who build extensions onto some of our products through either mobile apps
These advertising companies combine the information that they collect from our website with other information related to your web browser activity that they independently collect. They use the collected information according to their own privacy policies.
The users can revoke their consent at any time by following the set procedures. Some of the information that is collected through cookies and other tracking technologies does not require affirmative consent and hence you will not be able to opt out of the collection.