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By gathering the information about your interaction with website through cookies we can provide you a better user experience. Cookies don’t give us access to users’ computers, and the information we collect through cookies doesn’t include personal information.
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These are some of our essential cookies by which we provide functionalities in our Site. Without these cookies, you are unable to experience the full features of our services. Such as cookies that are used to keep a user logged into the Site and remember relevant information when the user returns to the Site and uses the Service.
We also use “persistent cookies” that only we can read and use, to identify you as a Cognisess customer and make it easier for you to log into the Service.
We also use certain cookies to track users’ activities on the Site, to understand their preferences within the Site and improve their user experience.
We also use a cookie called oid_user when a user prefers to login via OpenID.
Allows us to understand how visitors interact with the Site, and help us to optimize Site performance, usability and users’ experience.
When you visit the Site or use the service we use “session cookies” to allow us to uniquely identify your browser while you are logged in, and to process your online transactions.
Our main application uses session cookies to serve users using the Service:
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If you want to learn more about cookies, or how to control or delete them, please visit http://www.aboutcookies.org for detailed guidance.
If you disable your web browser’s ability to accept cookies You still will be able to browse our Site but might not be able to access or take advantage of the many Service features.