What are Cookies?
Cookies are small data files that the websites you visit can save on your hard drive. Usually, they include an anonymous unique identifier. A cookie file can not recover other data from your hard drive or transmit computer viruses.
What cookies does the DSdivers platform use?
The DSdivers platform sets up only a few cookie files to help with features such as user authentication, tracking user preferences, audience size and traffic patterns. Tracking pixels (small graphic images) may also be included in our messages and electronic newsletters, to determine if messages have been opened and links have been visited. Because of our integrations with third parties, they also have the opportunity to set cookies.
Next, we offer a list of the categories of cookies that are on our site, and a description of what they do. We suggest that you visit this list periodically, as we update this information from time to time.
The functional cookies are those that the DSdivers platform establishes to help the website to function as expected.
Some cookie files are necessary to allow you to browse our Website and use its functions. Without these cookie files, we can not provide the services you require, such as processing an order or registering a user.
We use other cookie files to help you recognise and remember you when you log in to the platform, so we can remember your settings and preferences, as well as your language and region or your connection status. These cookie files can also help us provide you with the services you have requested, consult your orders or make a comment or opinion about a product. These files do not track your browsing activity on websites other than the DSdivers platform.
You can disable any of these functional cookies as described below; but if it does, it is possible that different functions of the Website are not available or do not work as desired.
We use a Google tool called Google Analytics that helps us understand how users use our Website. These Google Analytics cookie files do not provide the DSdivers platform with any personally identifiable information. You can tell us things such as how you came to your Website, if you have visited the site before, how long the site is used and what pages on the site you have visited. They also provide us with general information about where, on a global level, a user can be located. This information helps us understand how people use our site and our products, and provides us with information about the type of experience that people have on our site and with our products, all of which helps us understand how to improve even more. plus the experience of navigation and behavior. To learn more about Google Analytics and your privacy, visit http://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html.
To opt out of following Google Analytics when you use our web-based products, visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.