Cookies and Tracking Technologies Policy
This policy explains the cookies and tracking technologies used on pourquoipascoaching.com, which is home to Pourquoi Pas Coaching International. This policy also applies to other online platforms used by one or more of the Businesses, including the Pourquoi Pas Coaching International mobile app, co-branded websites, and any other website that links to it (together, the “Platforms”).
A Business will use the information collected through cookies and tracking technologies on pourquoipascoaching.com or other Platforms only as that information relates to its own business, unless consent has been obtained for sharing the information with another Business.
1. What are third party cookies and tracking technologies?
An online tracking technology is any type of technology that stores or accesses previously recorded information on a website visitor’s computer or device. Pourquoi Pas Coaching International uses technologies provided by third parties, who perform the tracking on our behalf.
Cookies are small files of letters and numbers that are automatically downloaded into a memory folder on your computer or mobile device. Cookies generally store information such as its cookie name, a unique identifier, a day and time stamp, and the duration of the cookie. Cookies contain unique identifiers which allow us to distinguish you from others as a unique website visitor. This information, in combination with other information, may permit you to be identified, and so may be considered personal information (See our Policy and Security Policy).
Cookies can be temporary, meaning the information is erased when you close your browser, or are persistent. A persistent cookie stores information for a specific duration unless you delete or change your cookie preferences on your browser, or you opt out of interest-based advertising.
Different types of tracking technologies are part of the code of our website and store information differently than cookies. For example, we use tracking pixels, scripts, local storage, and local shared objects, which are all pieces of programming code imbedded in our website. We use them to better understand your online browsing behavior, optimize your online experience, track how you interact with advertising or email offers, recognize your device type, and detect potentially fraudulent transactions.
Categories of Cookies and Tracking Technologies
There are three general categories of cookies and tracking technologies used on this website:
3. Why do we require cookies and tracking technologies?
These cookies and tracking technologies are necessary to enable the basic website functionality, to secure log-in, and to provide a user-friendly display of our website. Unfortunately, our website will not function properly without these tracking technologies.
Examples of the uses of required cookies and tracking technologies are to:
- Identify you as a unique visitor for the present browsing activity
- Recall optimal page layout, sizing, or viewing preferences based on your browser and device type
- Enable security and fraud related functions such as distinguishing between individuals and bots
After you leave the website and close the browser, these temporary cookies and will automatically expire unless they are necessary to ensure website functionality for your next visit. Necessary cookies are persistent cookies.
4. What is the function of using Cookies and Tracking Technologies?
These cookies and tracking technologies allow us to analyse your use of the website, to evaluate the performance of our website, and to show you relevant and personalised content. To help you navigate the website, we will remember your selected language and site edition, type of browser and device you used, as well as how you browsed the website.
Examples of the uses of functional cookies are to:
- Analyse the overall statistics about the use of our website
- Track site edition and language preferences previously selected or detect your general geographical location
- Collect data about which third-party partner website directed you to our website and which link was clicked
- Track page view or loading errors to report website performance issues
- Record navigation sessions on the website to help diagnose website performance issues
- Test different versions of our website
- Analyse information collected to detect potentially fraudulent transactions
5. How do I change my cookie settings on my device and browser?
While browsers are set to accept cookies by default, you can change your cookie settings and other browser controls. Each browser’s settings section will give you options to make choices about your privacy including deleting cookies already downloaded onto your device or changing the cookie settings to block or limit cookies.
6. How can I find out more about any of your policies?
If you would like more information about any of our policies, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org