What is a cookie or tracking pixel?
A Cookie is defined as:
A cookie is a small file created by some websites when visitors access that website and then stored in the settings of the web browser of the visitor. The existence and identity of a cookie can usually be established either by the IP address of the website or its name as a record in the web browser settings for cookies. A cookie then enables the storage and retrieval of data between the website and the computer, smartphone, tablet or other device of the visitor. A session cookie is a form of cookie where a second small file is also created and stored on a related server to the website using cookies. Session cookies are often used to store important information on a server rather than the computer of the visitor. A tracking pixel is a small transparent image file, often just 1 pixel by 1 pixel, that loads onto a web page or web enabled email for tracking and reporting purposes.
Privacy concerns of all forms of cookies
Security concerns of all forms of cookies
Cookies from advertisers
Third party plug-in cookies
We may use plug-in tools from verified third party sites from time to time to provide users with additional features, services or rewards. Such plug-in tools may rely upon cookies in order to function properly.
Third party websites
If you require more information or you have a question regarding our Cookies Policy, then please Contact us via the contact form on this site.
[Updated as at: January 1, 2022]