Cookies Policy

Last update 18.April.2018


Adludio uses cookies to help customise your experience on our Site.

This page contains further information on what cookies are, how they are used on the Adludio Site and how you can turn them off in your browser. If you do not find all the information you need on this page, please refer to our Privacy Policy or contact us at privacy@adludio.com.

If you believe that any information we are holding about you is incorrect or incomplete, please email us, and we will promptly correct it.



What are ‘Cookies’?

 

‘Cookies’ are a small text file sent to and stored by your browser, (Internet Explorer, Safari,

Chrome) on your computer or mobile device (tablet or mobile phone).

They are unique identifiers that point to your behaviour on a website, and they allow websites to store and remember things like your preferences (ie. language, etc) and settings. Cookies are necessary to enable you to move around a site comfortably or to provide basic features. They can also help improve the performance of a website, deliver a better user experience, allow a website to recognise you when you return it and to respond appropriately.

Cookies can be “persistent” meaning that it is stored on your device until it expires or you delete the cookie. Alternatively, cookies may be temporary or “session” which are stored only in temporary memory and are not retained after the browser is closed. We do not sell, distribute or lease the information collected by cookies.

You can choose to accept or decline cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser settings (see below ‘How to opt-out of cookies in your browser’)



How Adludio uses cookies on the Site

 

Adludio uses cookies to enable certain functionalities on the Site, to provide analytics and to store your preferences.

In addition to our own cookies, we may also use third-party cookies. For example, we use cookies supplied by Google Analytics to track and report on our website traffic. These analytics do not provide with Adludio any personal identifiable information about you, nor do we upload personal information or identifiable data (including device identifiers) to Google Analytics.

Adludio is committed to providing you with a safe and secure browsing environment in our Site. We keep your data private and have placed suitable physical, electronic and organisational safeguards to prevent the unauthorised access or disclose of your information.

To learn more about our privacy policy, visit www.adludio.com/privacypolicy.



How to opt-out of cookies in your browser

 

The browser that you use will allow you to opt-out of or switch-off cookies, and will also allow you to delete previous cookie history. You can change your permissions and and manage your history in your cookie settings, usually found under the “options”, “settings” or “preferences” section of the browser.

Here are a few useful links for cookie settings in each of the following browsers:

Google Chrome

Internet Explorer

MacOS Safari

Mozilla Firefox

Opera Browser



How to opt-out from Advertiser cookies

 

You can opt-out specifically from third party cookies generated for advertising purposes.
If you are in the EU, can learn more about how to opt-out on the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance. If you are in North America, you can visit the Network Advertising Initiative. The Digital Advertising Alliance is also a helpful site.

You can learn more about Advertiser cookies in privacy policy, visit www.adludio.com/privacypolicy.



Links to other websites

 

Adludio’s Site may contain links to other website. Once you have used these links and left the Adludio Site, you should be aware your experience is not longer governed by our policies -- and we have no control over that new location. We cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information you provide when browsing such websites as they are not governed by this Cookie policy.