When visiting a Telliant Systems’ website or making use of Telliant’s applications, a cookie or similar technology may be placed on your end device or used during your use of the website, application of related items (e.g. emails).
What are cookies and similar technologies?
A cookie (“Cookie”) is a tiny data file which is stored on your end device. A cookie enables certain features and functionalities of the website or application. A cookie does not contain or collect information in isolation, but when read by a server via your web browser or through the application, it can provide information to such server to facilitate a more user-friendly experience by registering, among other data, users’ preferences, detect errors, account information, device identification and/or collect data for statistics.
We also use other technologies similar to cookies, such as web beacons (sometimes called “tracking pixels” or “clear gifs”), tags and scripts, which may, for example, help us deliver cookies and understand usage and traffic on our sites and applications.
How long will cookies and similar technologies stay on my device?
The length of time a cookie will stay on your device depends on whether the cookie is a session cookie or a persistent cookie. Session cookies are temporary, only stay on your device while your browser is open and are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Persistent cookies stay on your device until they expire or you or your browser delete them. Our sites use both session and persistent cookies.
Why do we use these technologies?
Some are required to enable the sites to operate efficiently. Others help us enhance your experience when using the sites. For example, they can help us recognize you when you visit one of our sites, remember your preferences and give you a more personalized experience. They can make your interactions with our sites faster and more secure, enable social media interaction or facilitate the delivery of advertising more relevant to your interests. They can also give us a better understanding of how people use our sites, such as which pages are most popular.
Cookies and similar technologies used on the Sites:
We group the cookies and similar technologies used on our sites into three categories: required, functional and advertising.
Required cookies and technologies enable core functionality on the sites, such as remembering previous actions when navigating back to a page during a single session. You are not able refuse Required cookies and technologies, but they do not gather information about you that could be used for purposes such as marketing.
Functional cookies and technologies allow the sites to remember choices you make, such as your preferred language, and help improve your browsing experience. They also allow us to analyze your use of the sites and to evaluate and improve site performance.
The Functional category also includes analytical cookies and similar technologies, such as those offered by Google Analytics, which enable us to track visitor behavior and also measure site performance. To learn more about Google Analytics and your data, please visit: https://policies.google.com/technologies/partner-sites
Advertising cookies and similar technologies help us deliver marketing and advertising, and track the performance of our campaigns. Similarly, we and our advertising and other partners may use these technologies to better understand your interests and show you relevant ads on other websites.
How to manage and delete cookies and similar technologies on the Sites:
You can manage cookies and other technologies (including those we categorize as Required) by adjusting the settings on your internet browser or mobile device. How you do this depends on which browser you use. To find out more, you can consult the help function of your browser or visit www.aboutcookies.org where the procedure for deleting cookies in most browsers is explained.
When you exercise your choices to limit the ability of the sites to set cookies and similar technologies, you may have a less than optimal user experience or lose the ability to access some functionality on the Sites.
Do Not Track Signals:
Do Not Track or “DNT” is a browser setting that requests that a web application disable its tracking of an individual user. We do not respond to DNT signals as there currently is no industry or legal standard for recognizing or honoring DNT signals.
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