CognitoJS automatically collect certain information about your device when you use the Site, including information about your web browser, IP address, time zone, and some of the cookies present on your device. Furthermore, as you explore the Site, we gather information about the individual web pages or products that you view, as well as information about what websites or search keywords led you to the Site and how you interact with it. This automatically obtained data that we refer to as “Device Information.”
The following technologies are used to obtain Device Information:
Personal information is disclosed/shared with the following kinds of recipients:
As needed or permitted by relevant laws, we will keep your personal information for as long as we have a legitimate business need to do so in order to provide you with services or products. When we no longer have a business need to process your personal data, we will either delete or anonymize it; if this is not possible, for example, because your personal data is held in backup archives, we will securely retain it and isolate it from further processing until deletion is workable. The length of time your data is kept depends on how you use our website, such as whether you are logged in as a member or visiting as a visitor.
This section explains how we recognize you when you visit our Platform by using cookies and other similar technologies.
What are cookies?
A Cookies Policy is a document that informs users about the many types of cookies that a website uses, how they are used, and how they can limit or prohibit a website from placing cookies on their electronic device. Cookies are little text files that are saved on a visitor’s computer and include information about the user so that he can access numerous functionalities. On our website, we utilize both session cookies and persistent cookies. During your visit to the website, a session cookie is saved on your computer for a certain time. When you exit your Internet browser or when your session expires after a particular amount of time, a session cookie is removed. A persistent cookie is one that stays on your computer until you delete it. The storage of a cookie eliminates the need for you to re-enter your personal choices and settings each time you visit our website.
How to delete cookies?
Using your browser’s settings, you can erase cookies that have been installed permanently. Most browsers accept cookies by default, so if you don’t want them, you’ll have to manually remove or block them, or adjust your browser software to prevent them from being stored. Please keep in mind that if you decline to accept cookies, you may still be able to access our website, but some functions may be impaired.z
Please contact us by e-mail or by phone no using the details provided if you would like more information about our privacy policies.