Cookie Policy

Use of Cookies on our site

A cookie is generally a text-based data that a site transfers to the cookie file of the web browser on your PC’s permanent storage (hard disk) so the site can register the user.

A cookie will store the name of the website (A.K.A domain) where the cookie has come, the life span of the cookie, and a randomly generated unique ID.

Eartia Uses 2 Types of Cookies on this Site

We at Eartia.com uses 2 types of cookies namely Session Cookies and Persistent cookies.

Cookies can typically help a web application to find and display content based on user preferences and interests very quickly. Cookies are used by the majority of leading websites to help users by displaying their favourite content. However, Cookies can't identify you using Cookie information.

How Eartia uses Cookies and what type of information it collects

Session Cookies

These are temporary cookies that are present in the cookie file of your web browser until you close the website.

  • To permit you to carry info on our website and avoid multiple times entering same data.
  • Within registration to enable you to access information.
  • To keep you logged into our site.

Persistent Cookies

  • These cookies are present in the cookie file of your web browser for much longer time period (actually time period depends on the life span of the particular cookie).
  • To help us identify you as a unique user (just an ID), if you visit our site and to enable us to customize content or ads to fit your interests or to avoid showing you the very exact ads repeatedly.
  • To gather anonymous, aggregated data that permit us help improve the layout of our website and to know how users use our website. However, we can't identify you personally.
  • In research surveys, it helps us to ensure you are not asked to complete a form too often or once you have done so.
  • To recall preferences within a category across the website.

Third Party Cookies

Third party websites may serve cookies via this website. All these are Used for these below reasons:

  • To serve ads on our website and monitor users click on these ads.
  • In registration to enable you to access information.
  • To see and control how frequently you're shown a certain Ad.

Use of Web Beacons

Some of the pages on our site may have electronic photos known as web beacons (also known as clear gifs) that enable us to count visitors who have visited those web pages.

Web beacons typically gather very limited data that contain a cookie number, date of a page view (PV) and time stamp and a concise description of the webpage where the web beacon resides.

We may also hold web beacons placed by third party ads. These web beacons don't carry any personally identifiable info and are merely utilized to monitor the efficiency of a campaign.

 

Enabling or Disabling Cookies

Now you have the ability altering the browser settings so that you can accept or decline cookies. If cookies are not enabled, you might not have the ability to use all of the features of this site.

To change your browser preferences, follow below steps:

1. Open your browser, then pick the Tools menu.

2. In the Tools menu, then choose Internet Options.

3. A dialog box appears, then pick the Privacy tab.

4. Pick the degree of privacy you would like to set.

5. Just click Ok and Apply.