About Cookies Policy at Computer Notes
What is Cookie
A cookie is a tiny file with an identification (a string of characters and numbers) sent to a Web browser by a web server and stored by a browser. — when the browser requests a page from the server, the identifier is then sent back to the server. Cookies may be used by Web servers to recognise and monitor visitors by visiting various website pages and identifying users who return to a Website. Cookies usually do not provide any details that remember a consumer directly. However, sensitive information about you that we store can be connected to information that is stored in and collected from cookies.
We use two session cookies that expire shortly after closing your window, and permanent cookies that stay for a defined duration in your browser. We use session cookies to recognise you, for example, when you log into computer notes, during a single browsing session. We use permanent cookies for a prolonged time to identify you, such as when you suggest that we hold you signed up.
This policy details how computer notes and other third parties utilise cookies on the Computer Notes website as well as without cookies, and how you can manage cookies more effectively. Please notice that this will affect the experience with our platform and can restrict some functionality (including signing into as a user).
When you access our site and services using a browser, we use these cookies. When we utilise additional tools, we will still obtain additional data using other approaches.
• Verify the validity of entities requesting entry to a particular user account.
• Allow the actions of our goods and services customised to an individual visiting various areas of the site’s activities or preferences.
• Enable consumers to select such versions, customisation or personalisation of our goods.
• Offer and maintain facilities, particularly for showing personalised content and making contact more straightforward with other people.
• Sustain our advertisement and promotions divisions’ daily company activities
• Aid detect and fix downtime, glitches and coding defects and ensure that our goods work effectively.
• Classify specific users and delegate varying tasks utilising separate sections of the web.
• Recall your browser and preferences info.
• Recall your settings and other options on our platform.
Cookies often acquired by our advertisement agencies/partners including google to view different interactive advertisements on our web.
Google Analytics is a popular and commonly utilised traffic analytics application for website owners that helps them to provide a deep and precise picture of how, how frequently and by whom their content used.
Google Analytics is used by Computer Notes to monitor web activity, user activity, and to optimise content quality. Visit https:/policies.google.com/technologies /partner-sites to consider the details exchanged with Google, how it is handled and how you can access the information gathered by Google on ecomputernotes.com.
In addition to personal information, such as anonymous access data automatically obtained as you enter the website. The details incorporate the Internet service provider’s name and IP address, the date and time of entry to the web site, sites you access throughout the web, regional details on occasions, and the web address of the web server from which you connect directly to our website. Can also use your Email address to decide your associated company. This anonymous input helps develop the website, evaluate patterns and monitor the site
What details do we gather?
We receive such details directly from you, such as information you join, information regarding engaging in courses and information from third-party websites that you link to the machine notes. We also automatically capture specific details, such as information on your computer and what aspects of our services you use or communicate with.
Besides personal details, such anonymous information about your the visit is stored automatically as you visit the platform. This detail includes the Internet Service Provider name and the IP address from which the website reached, the date and time you visit the domain, the sites you access when using the platform, the regional details, sometimes and the Web address from which you have specifically connected to our site. Can also use your Email address to decide your associated company. This anonymous input allows to enhance the platform, evaluate patterns and maintain the site.
We will track your website activities such as the sites you are accessing, what material you are reading and how you comment and manage that knowledge for your platform profile.
What are my privacy options?
Most browsers allow cookies automatically, but you can adjust the browser settings to decline cookies by consulting help articles for your browser. If you want to reject cookies, please remember that any of the interactive functionality in the Services will not be registered, personalised or used.
To remove or configure Google View Network advertisements from Google Analytics, visit Google Ads’ Settings tab.
For basic knowledge about how to uninstall cookies, see www.allaboutcookies.org.
Updates & Contact Details
If we do, we will contact you with a new effective date by posting the policy on our website. If we undertake some significant improvements, we take fair measures to alert you of the expected change in advance.
Please email us at [email protected] if you have any concerns about our cookies use.
Last updated: 4th Nov 2020