Types of tracking technologies
Cookies: This is a small data file sent from a server to your web browser or mobile device that is stored on your browser cache or mobile device. You can configure your browser's settings to reflect your preference to accept or reject cookies (see Managing Cookies below).
Tracking technologies have two different lifespans:
Persistent means it remembers certain information about your preferences for viewing the site, and allows Dekair to recognize you each time you return. Persistent cookies are stored on your browser cache or mobile device until you choose to delete them.
Session, on the other hand, is specific to a particular visit to the site, to carry information as you view different pages on Dekair so you don’t have to re-enter information. Session cookies expire and delete themselves automatically when you leave the Site or close your web browser.
Dekair uses tracking technologies for a few general purposes:
Strictly necessary: Vital to ensuring that Dekair works properly for visitors and members.
Performance: Help us understand how the Site or the Apps are functioning so that we can improve our services.
Functionality: Retain your personal preferences as you use the Site or the Apps to enhance your experience.
Marketing and Advertising: Gather data to help deliver advertising content relevant to your interests.
The table below contains examples of the cookies and tracking technologies we use:
|Purpose||Name||Use Location||Specific use|
|Functionality||All of Dekair||Used to enable functionality to connect to Facebook in order to suggest gifts to friends, follow another member’s public site activity, etc.|
|Strictly Necessary||Auth Cookie||Dekair users for signed in members||Keeps track of your session information when you are logged into Dekair.|
|Advertising||Google Analytics||All of Dekair||Allows us to keep track of where visitors to the site are coming from (via search engines, blogs, etc.) provides general site usage metrics (such as long how they stayed on the site), as well as relevant search/purchase information.|
Opting-Out and Managing Cookies
You can change your web browser's settings to reflect your cookie preferences. Each browser is a little different, but usually these settings are under the "options" or "preferences" menu. The links below provide information about cookie settings for the browsers supported: