Date Last Revised: March 28, 2020
you use or purchase Cigent products and services that have been deployed by one of our business customers, such as your employer (our “Services“).
You can control how cookies are placed on your computer or mobile device by changing your internet browser settings (via the ‘Tools’ menu). Please note: if you use multiple internet browsers/computers/mobile devices, you’ll need to update your settings on each in order to disable cookies completely should you wish to do so.
If you choose to block all cookies, you may experience difficulty when using the online Properties and Services. For example, some online Properties functionality may not perform as intended, your preferences won’t be stored and you may not receive advertisements about offers which would be relevant to your interests/needs. You can however allow cookies from specific websites by making them ‘Trusted websites’. Please refer to your internet browser provider for further guidance.
You can delete any existing cookies from your browser, and if you completely disable cookies we won’t gather any further information, but we may still use information collected in the past.
Want to know more about cookies? To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage or delete them, please see the guide produced by the Interactive Advertising Bureau—visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/ to read more.
Our online Properties and Services do not currently recognize if a browser sends a “do not track” signal or similar mechanism to indicate the user does not wish to be tracked or receive interest-based ads.
When you use your mobile device to interact with us or use the online Properties or Services, we may receive information about your mobile device, including a unique identifier for your device. We and our service providers and third parties we collaborate with, including ad networks, may use cross-device/cross-context tracking. For example, you might use multiple browsers on a single device, or use various devices (such as desktops, smartphones, and tablets), which can result in your having multiple accounts or profiles across these various contexts and devices. Cross-device/cross-context technology may be used to connect these various accounts or profiles and the corresponding data from the different contexts and devices.