What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer when visiting a website. Catitaillustrations uses the information for statistical purposes, to track visitor activity on the page, and to improve and personalize the website user experience. There are two types of cookies - persistent and session cookies. 1. Persistent cookies remain on visitor’s computer for a set amount of time. 2. A session cookie is stored on visitor’s computer for the duration of time they browse a website. As soon as the web browser is closed, the session cookie is deleted.
How are Cookies used?
How do i remove Cookies?
What Cookies are used at catitaillustrations.com?
We collect Device Information using the following technologies:
- “Cookies” are data files that are placed on your device or computer and often include an anonymous unique identifier.
- “Log files” track actions occurring on the Site, and collect data including your IP address, browser type, Internet service provider, referring/exit pages, and date/time stamps.
- “Web beacons”, “tags”, and “pixels” are electronic files used to record information about how you browse the Site.
ADVERTISING & MARKETING:
Acumbamail - User email campaigns and product retargeting emails.
Bing Ads- a cookie is set to customize the ad content and optimize the advertising on
Bing Bing Ads- a cookie is set to customize the ad content and optimize the advertising on
Google Adwords - a cookie is set to customize the ad content and optimize the advertising on Google
Facebook Ads - a cookie is set to customize the content of Facebook’s ad program Google Dynamic Remarketing - used for remarketing
Google Tag Manager - used for handling tracking on the site
Google Analytics- the following cookie is set by Google Analytics which we use in order to get an idea of how customers use the site. Read more here about how they are used. We anonymize IP and transaction-ID.
Hotjar- a cookie is set to analyze how the visitor moves around on the site.
How often will you update this Cookie Statement?
Where can I get further information?
Last updated 08/04/2019 14:00