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AlephIQ | Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

Updated: 11th November 2020

We take your privacy very seriously. This is the Cookie Policy for explaining our use of cookies. Cookies do not harm your computer and are helping us to improve your experience.

What is a cookie?

As is common practice, almost all professional websites, uses cookies to improve the experience of users. Cookies are small text files that are stored temporarily on your device through your web browser, allowing the websites to stay dynamic.

Cookies cannot harm your device and are managed by your web browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Edge etc.)

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How do we use cookies?

Cookies are important to us, as they help us to serve you better in two very unique ways:

  • By logging your sessions and keeping them active.

  • By helping to generate baseline data on how your experiences with the website can be improved.

What types of cookies do we use

We use three types of cookies which are described herein this section.

  • Essential - these cookies help us to provide you with the requested services, especially when you need to stay logged in as a registered user and access pages only visible to paying or registered users. If you do choose to block these cookies, we are can no longer keep you signed in, and therefore your ability to use the site will hugely decrease.

  • Functionality - these cookies are used to recognize the user each time they revisit our website and keeps track of all their preferred settings and personalized features so they can have a custom feel while navigating through the contents of our website.

  • Analytical (Google Analytics or similar analytical cookies) - these are third party analytical cookies that are provided by Google, Hubspot, etc. They track and report our website traffic and give us a statistical approach to how well the website is doing. More information about Google Analytics Cookie Usage is available on Google Analytics Cookie Usage on Websites .

Control of cookies

You can control the use of cookies on your browser.

You can instruct your browser to reject cookies for all sites or set restrictions for a specific website. While we do not recommend that you reject cookies on your browser, as they have a tremendous influence on your browsing experience, you can do so at your own risk.

You can find more information regarding the browser settings below: