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1.1 Definition of "Cookies"
Cookies are small pieces of text used to store information on web browsers. Cookies are widely used to store and receive identifiers and other information on computers, phones, and other devices. These types of files do a number of different jobs such as remembering your preferences and chosen items, assisting you to improve your site experience as well as trying to ensure that the adverts or offers you see online are more relevant to you. These “cookies” can be divided into 4 types each of which is outlined below.
1.2 Types of Cookies
Strictly Necessary Cookies
In order to provide you with fundamental services of our website, such as visit our website or make a purchase, these cookies are essential. If you disable these cookies, we will not be able to fulfill your request.
This type collects anonymous information on how people use the site and the data is merged with other users to enable us to improve how the site operates. For example, we utilize Google Analytics cookies to help us understand how customers arrive at our site, browse or use our site and highlight areas where we can improve areas such as navigation, shopping experience and marketing campaigns. The data stored by these cookies never shows personal details from which your individual identity can be established. If you disable or opt-out of these cookies, you may not be able to use certain features of our websites and services, and it may reduce the support or information that we can provide you.
These cookies may remember the operations such as your preference so that we can provide you with better services and improve our operation models. If you reject these cookies, you may not be able to use certain functions of our websites.
Targeting Cookies or Advertising Cookies
These cookies collect information about your browsing habits in order to make advertising more personalized to you. These cookies may remember the websites you have visited and share them with the third parties such as advertisers. If you reject these cookies, you may not be able to use certain functions of our websites and services, and it may affect your experience.
Social networking cookies
These cookies are used to enable you to share pages and content on our websites and services through third-party social networking and other websites. These cookies may also be used for advertising purposes. If you reject these cookies, you may not be able to use certain functions of our websites, and it may affect your experience.
1.3 Cookies Placed by Third Parties
1.4 Controlling and Opting-Out of Cookies
You can change the settings on your browser to prevent cookies being stored on your computer or mobile device without your explicit consent. Your browser “help” section will normally provide details on how to manage the cookie settings. If you choose to reject cookies, as noted above, you may not be able to use certain features of our websites and services.
1.5 Other similar technologies
DPAPI (Data Protection Application Programming Interface) is a simple cryptographic application programming interface available as a built-in component in Windows 2000 and later versions of Microsoft Windows operating systems. In theory, the Data Protection API can enable symmetric encryption of any kind of data; in practice, its primary use in the Windows operating system is to perform symmetric encryption of asymmetric private keys, using a user or system secret as a significant contribution of entropy.DPAPI can help record and store users’ personal data.
Data Cube is a simple application for the record and analyzes personal data.
If you choose to reject cookies, as noted above, you may not be able to use certain features of our websites and services.
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