Effective Date: June 15, 2021. In case of new sign-ups or first use of the Site, May 22, 2021.
You may contact us should you have any questions regarding this CP by sending an email to email@example.com.
1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are generated when you access the Site and that collect your browsing information. All cookies used by us are safe for your computer and only process information which is stored on your internet browser. Our cookies cannot execute code, do not contain malware or viruses, and cannot be used to access content on your computer.
2. What types of cookies do we use?
We use our own and those of third parties, as described below:
Strictly necessary cookies are those cookies needed to ensure you can access the Site, and browse it securely. These cookies are strictly necessary, as the use and access to the Site and the services provided through the Site require them. They also protect us from any fraudulent use of the Site or our services, verify that anyone using your account is actually you, and protect your data from any unauthorized users. For instance, technical cookies are those relating to the communication and exchange of data, or those required to verify your identity when you sign in to your account.
We use third-party cookies for the purposes mentioned above. Said cookies are installed, used, and owned by:
Stripe, Inc., a US entity with a registered address at 510 Townsend Street, San Francisco, California, 94103 (United States of America). To know more about Stripe’s cookies, please visit its cookies and privacy policies, as available here. Please note that the processing of data by Stripe may entail the international transfer of data outside the European Union, as further described in the link above.
Cookies that remember your settings (functional cookies): are those cookies that are installed and used to adapt the Site and the services offered by us to your preferences, such as language, or the look and feel of the Site. You can opt to block or limit the installation and use of these cookies as explained in the section ‘How can you block or delete cookies’ below, and this shall not impact the usability or functionalities of the Site and/or the services, but your preferences will be lost.
Cookies that measure website use (analytics cookies): are those cookies used for tracking, monitoring, and analyzing how you browse and interact with the Site and our services. They reveal usage trends as well as which users upgrade the services rendered by us and how is this done. You can opt to block or limit the installation and use of these cookies as explained in the section ‘How can you block or delete cookies’ below, and this shall not impact the usability or functionalities of the Site and/or the services.
Cookies that help with our communications and marketing (advertising and profiling cookies): refers to cookies aimed at tracking, monitoring, and analyzing how you browse and interact with the Site and our services, as well as segment our users based on their behavior and how they browse the site, and to build audiences. They reveal usage trends as well as which users upgrade the services rendered by us and how is this done. All those actions are aimed at better understanding our users to improved communications and marketing strategies. You can opt to block or limit the installation and use of these cookies as explained in the section ‘How can you block or delete cookies’ below, and this shall not impact the usability or functionalities of the Site and/or the services.
3. How can you block or delete cookies?
You can allow, block, or delete cookies at any time by configuring your browser settings, as well as by means of the cookie banner. As mentioned in section 2 above, blocking or deleting some cookies may impact your ability to access and/or use the Site or the services offered by us. You can find more information on how to block or deactivate cookies below:
This policy is drafted both in plain and legal versions. In case of any discrepancies, the legal version included herein shall prevail and take precedence with respect to the plain version.