What are Cookies?
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Cookies & Other Tracking Mechanisms
A browser cookie is a small file placed on the hard drive of your computer. That cookie then communicates with servers, ours, or those of other companies that we authorize to collect data for us and allows recognition of your device. You may use the tools available on your computer or other devices to set your browser to refuse or disable all or some browser cookies, or to alert you when cookies are being sent. However, if you refuse or disable all browser cookies, you may be unable to access certain parts of our Websites or use certain features or functionality of our Services.
Certain features of our Services may use local stored objects called flash cookies to collect and store information about your preferences and navigation to, from, and on our Websites. We also include cookies in our third-party hosted video players to count the number of unique viewers who see a customer’s video press release and to provide aggregate reporting. Flash cookies are not managed by the same browser settings as are used for browser cookies. To learn how you can manage your Flash cookie settings, visit the Flash player settings page on Adobe’s website. If you disable or refuse Flash cookies, please note that some parts of our Services may be inaccessible or may not function properly.
Our Services may contain small electronic files known as web beacons (also referred to as clear GIFs, pixel tags, tracking pixels, and single-pixel GIFs) that permit us to, for example, count users who have visited those pages or opened an e-mail and for other website-related statistics. Web beacons in e-mail marketing campaigns, press releases, or other types of communications or content allow us to track your responses and your interests in our content, offerings, and web pages. We may use web beacons and/or other tracking technologies to collect information about you when you interact with our Services, e-mails, press releases, or other types of communications or content, including information about your browsing and purchasing behavior.
Do Not Track Disclosure
Some browsers support a “Do Not Track” feature, which is intended to be a signal to websites that you do not wish to be tracked across different websites you visit. Our Services do not currently change the way they operate based on the detection of a Do Not Track or similar signal. You may, however, disable certain tracking as discussed in the Cookies & Other Tracking Mechanisms section above (e.g., by disabling cookies.)
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- Opting out of behavioral advertising. You may opt out of many third-party ad networks. For example, you may go to the Digital Advertising Alliance (“DAA”) Consumer Choice Page at aboutads.info/choices for information about opting out of interest-based advertising and your choices regarding having information used by DAA companies. You may also go to the Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”) Consumer Opt-Out Page at www.networkadvertising.org/choices for information about opting out of interest-based advertising and your choices regarding having information used by NAI members. Additional information is available on the DAA’s website at www.aboutads.info or the NAI’s website at www.networkadvertising.org. Opting out from one or more companies listed on the DAA Consumer Choice Page or the NAI Consumer Opt-Out Page will opt you out from those companies’ delivery of interest-based content or ads to you, but it does not mean you will no longer receive any advertising through our Services or any third-party services. You may continue to receive advertisements, for example, based on the particular website that you are viewing (i.e., contextually based ads). If your browser is configured to reject cookies when you opt-out on the DAA or NAI websites, your opt-out may not be effective. Please note that if you use multiple devices you will have to opt-out on each individual device. If you reside in the EU you may go to www.youronlinechoices.com for information about opting out of interest-based advertising.
- Cloaking your identity. Journalists and others who use ProfNet Experts may choose not to disclose their identity when in direct communication with experts and company information officers by following the directions on that website to “cloak” their identity.
What Cookies Do We Use?
At The Economy Digest, we use different types of cookies to run the Site. Some or all of the cookies identified below may be stored in your browser. Below is a list of each category of cookies we use and why we use each cookie.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
These Cookies are classified as cookies that must be present for the website to provide the basic functions of the website. Without these cookies, certain features could not function.
They are typically essential first-party session cookies, but not all first-party cookies are strictly necessary cookies. They allow for a user to navigate back and forth between pages without losing their previous actions from the same session. Strictly necessary cookies are the only cookies that all cookie laws allow to be exempt from requiring user consent. No information about your browsing habits is gathered by these cookies. They are primarily used when saving your settings and preferences when you log in or log out of your account.
We may use Strictly Necessary cookies to identify you as being logged into The Economy Digest Site, provide access to protected sections of the Site, and remember previously entered text so it is not lost if the page refreshes.
These Cookies are used to deliver relevant advertisements to users both on and off the Service. We analyze what pages you visit on these sites, what products or services you view, and whether you view or click on ads that are shown to you. We use this information to send you interest-based ads and may also share this information with third parties.
These cookies may be controlled by our advertising partners to show you ads that are more relevant to your interest. They usually pick information like your browsing history, browser information, device-in-use, and other indirect data. They do not store any personal information whatsoever. You may also choose whether or not to allow these cookies.
You can report ads if you don’t find it genuine. However, offer a valid reason for the same. Our authorities have all the right to approve or disapprove any ad without prior notice and reason.
Analytics cookies allow us to improve our services by collecting information about your use of the Service. We use these cookies to help improve how the website works. For example, Analytics Cookies show us statistics, which are the most frequently visited pages on the Service, help us record any difficulties you have with the Service, and show us whether our advertising is effective or not. We can’t identify you personally through the use of these cookies, but third parties who provide these cookies may be able to.
These cookies are used site-wide to observe how you choose to use our website and enables us to improve your experience over time. They are specifically designed to gather data on how you use our website. We may have partnered with other third parties to create better results.
Does This Policy Change?
How to Manage and Delete Cookies?
We value the accuracy of the information we have about you. You may access, update, or delete your personal information (or in some cases object to its processing) by reaching out to us at https://theeconomydigest.com/contact-us/.
California Consumer Privacy Act
As of January 1, 2020, laws in California offer greater transparency and options to its citizens. Residents of the state of California have the right to request 1) a complete report of their data, 2) how it is getting used, 3) opt-out of the sale of data, 4) data deletion.
At the browser level, you can click on the Advertising Cookies tab to opt-out of Advertising Cookies. Click on “Submit Sales Data” to opt-out of offline sales of data.
To read our CCPA, kindly visit here.
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