Cookies are little text files placed in your web browser that allow Socialstar or a third party to identify you. Cookies can be used to collect, store, and share information about your online activities across websites, including the one operated by Socialstar. When you visit a website, it may store or retrieve information in the form of cookies on your browser. This information may be about you, your choices, or your device, and is mostly used to ensure that the site functions as expected.
Although the information does not directly identify you, it might provide you with a more tailored online experience. Because we value your privacy, you have the option to disable some types of cookies. However, disabling some types of cookies may have an impact on your experience with the site and the services we may provide. Cookies might be used for the following purposes:
To activate specific functionality
Analytics will be provided.
To keep track of your preferences
Socialstar employs both session and permanent cookies. A session cookie is used to track a user's visit to our website. These cookies expire after a certain period of time or when you exit your web browser after browsing our Website. These cookies are used to recognise you within a single browsing session, such as when you check in to our Website. A persistent cookie will stay on your devices for the duration indicated in the cookie. These cookies are used when we need to identify you over a longer period of time. For example, if you requested that we keep you logged in, we would utilise a persistent cookie.
These cookies are required for the website to work properly and cannot be disabled in our systems. They are often only established in reaction to activities you take that amount to a request for services, such as changing your privacy settings, checking in, or filling out forms. You can configure your browser to block or notify you about these cookies, but certain features of the site will no longer function. These cookies contain no personally-identifying information.
These cookies enable us to count visits and traffic sources in order to monitor and enhance our site's performance. They allow us to observe which pages are the most and least popular, as well as how users navigate the site. All information gathered by these cookies is aggregated and hence anonymous. If you disable these cookies, we will not know when you visit our site and will be unable to track its performance.
These cookies make it possible for the website to deliver greater functionality and customisation. They might be set by us or by third-party companies whose services we've included on our pages. Some or all of these services may not operate correctly if you do not allow certain cookies. We may aggregate the information we gather about you or connect it with other information we collect about you. We may de-identify collected information and aggregate it with other de-identified data. De-identified data may be used for any legitimate purpose.
Our advertising partners may place these cookies on our site. These businesses may use them to create a profile of your interests and serve you relevant advertisements on other websites. They do not directly retain personal information and instead rely on uniquely identifying your browser and internet device. You will receive less tailored advertising if you do not allow certain cookies.
Cookie - _ga.
Type - Third Party.
Duration - 2 years.
Description - Targeting.
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