What are cookies?
We use “cookies” to assist you in customising your browsing experience. A cookie is a message in the form of a text file that is added to your computer or mobile device by a web server. Cookies are allocated specifically to you, and only a web server in the domain that assigned the cookie to you can read that cookie. Cookies are intended to promote convenience and efficiency – once placed on your hard disk or mobile device, they notify the web server when you return to a specific page, so your experience on that webpage can be personalised.
Type of cookies used
We use a number of cookies, each with their own purpose and function.
- Functionality Cookies: Using functionality cookies, we are able to remember your selections and preferences on our website – for instance, your choice of language or your ID for our chat.
- Personalisation Cookies: We use these cookies to adjust the way the EthosData Services appear or respond in order to customise your experience. This personalisation is based on insights we gain or infer from your behaviour on our website. These cookies may be used to update or further personalise the EthosData Services in subsequent browsing sessions.
- Analytics Cookies: These cookies provide us with information about the performance of our website. We also use them to understand, enhance, and investigate services, products and features.
- Advertising Cookies: These cookies are placed to offer personalized advertisements that show products and/or banners, as they take into account your recent browsing habits. They may later use data relating to your visit to deliver advertising that you may be interested in on our website, others EthosData Services and other websites.
Pixel tags and web beacons (also known as tracking pixels) are small images placed on webpages or in emails. Using these tools, we can identify whether you performed a particular action. When activated, the pixel tags and web beacons generate a notice of action. We use the information provided by web beacons to develop a better understanding of how the visitors use the website, and to facilitate those visitors’ interactions with the website. We also use them to deliver advertisements and track their performance and enable advertising networks to deliver advertisements that may be relevant to you based on your activities on the website.
How to opt-out of cookies?
Cookies subject to change
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