In Short: Cookies and similar tracking technologies (such as web beacons and pixels) may be used to access or store information.
4.1. Cookie Notice
(1) What Are Cookies? Cookies are small files that are placed on your device when you visit a website. They are widely used for maintaining a website or to improve the efficiency of a website. Given that certain cookies may be used in a supplementary way that are not necessary or essential to the functioning or the provision of our Services, we will seek your consent before placing such cookies on your device.
(2) Are First Party Cookies Different from Third Party Cookies? First party cookies means the cookies that we set and place on your device for using or accessing our Services. As to third party cookies, those are the cookies that enable third party features or functionality to be provided on or through our Services, such as advertising.
On the other hand, we use other cookies to understand the interests of the users and help us improve the Services. Below you can find details of the cookies that we use in connection with our Services:
(i) “Strictly necessary” cookies are the cookies that are required for our Services. In most cases, such cookies are designed to act in response to your actions. For example, when you perform any one of the following actions, the cookies will respond: (a) account log-in, (b) subscription for Services or (c) billing or payment.
(ii) “Performance” cookies are first party cookies that help us improve by collecting information about how visitors use our Services. While performance cookies will remain on your device after you close your browser, we only use the information collected by these cookies in aggregated form, meaning that information relating to you or your device will NOT be identified or used separately or independently.
(iii) “Functionality” cookies means the cookies that help our App or Website to recognize and remember your information. Examples of the use of such cookies are automatic fill-ins for online forms. The functionality cookies do not track your activity when you are using other websites, and, if you do not allow these cookies to be placed, some features or functions of the App or Website might not work properly.
(iv) “Targeting” cookies means the third party cookies that are used to make advertising messages more relevant to you. The targeting cookies do not store personal information, but they are capable to identify your browser and internet device. Please note that advertisement would still be displayed in the event you denied the targeting cookies to be placed.
(4) Do We Use Tracking Technologies? We may also use tools other than cookies to recognize or track users that access our Services or App. For example, we may use web beacons (also called "tracking pixels" or "clear gifs") to track the activities of our users. Web beacons are tiny graphics files that contain a unique identifier, by which the party that places web beacons can ascertain its visitors when the visitors use the website or open an e-mail sent by the website. That being said, tracking technologies usually require cookies in order to function properly, so any rejection or blocking of cookies might impair the functionality of such technologies.
In general, we use tracking technologies used for following purposes: (i) to monitor our users’ traffic patterns, (ii) to ascertain whether an user comes from an online advertisement shown on a third-party website, (iii) to deliver or communicate with cookies, (iv) to assess e-mail marketing activities, or (v) to improve website performance.
(5) How do We Use Mixpanel for Our Services? We may also use Mixpanel to assess how our Website and App are used by our users. Mixpanel would place first party performance and targeting cookies on your device when you access our Services, and would recognize such cookies when you visit or access other websites or applications. Mixpanel’s first party performance and targeting cookies will generate the information on your activities or personal information (such as your IP address), and the generated information will be transmitted to and stored by Google on its servers located in the United States. Mixpanel will compile the information collected through those cookies and provide a report to us describing your use of our Services or other activities associated with such use.
(6) Can I Control Cookies Placed on My Device? Yes, you can accept or reject certain or all cookies placed on your device by changing your web browser settings. In general, you may browse the cookies that are placed on your device and delete or block them with the control features provided by the browser. If you choose to delete or block some or all of the cookies placed on your device, you may still use our Services, but certain features of our Services might be restricted due to such rejection or blocking. Additionally, your preference will be lost when cookies are deleted or rejected, and such loss of saved preference would include your preference to opt-out from cookies because opting out would require an opt-out cookies to function properly. Please refer to your browser’s help menu for more information on how to delete or block cookies.