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GAIJIN COOKIES POLICY
Last revised and effective: December 29, 2020
The current version is available at: https://gaijinent.com/en/b/cookie
This Cookies Policy constitutes an integral part of the Terms and Conditions as defined in Terms of Service current version of which available at: https://gaijinent.com/en/b/termsofservice - and explains the details of how the Cookie files are used within our services (websites) and how you can manage them.
“We”, “Gaijin” or “our” mean Gaijin Network Ltd, a legal entity with its registered address at: Kyriakou Matsi, 10 Liliana Building, 2nd floor, Office 203, PC 1082, Nicosia, Cyprus.
1. WHAT ARE COOKIES
We and our partners may use tracking technologies like cookies, beacons, tags, scripts and other files (collectively “Cookie files” or “Cookies”) in order to make our websites and other some other online services operate, as well as to make them better, more efficient and suitable for you.
Cookies are commonly text files with small pieces of data stored on your computer or mobile device (usually in browser directory) that we can, among others, edit, read and save (including new ones). We store the corresponding files (with same ID tag, as instance) in order to recognize you and remember your previous activities, preferences, settings and other important data within our services.
We use the Cookies for the purposes depending on their category. Please learn about the purposes for each Cookies category in the description of a corresponding category which you can find in Section 2 below.
The Cookies can be both temporary and persistent. Gaijin usually uses only temporary Cookies; however, our partners may use persistent ones as well. With regard to temporary Cookies, please pay your attention on the Storage period we indicated for some of our temporary Cookies in Section 3 below.
2. WHAT COOKIES WE USE AND WHY
By providing you our services we use the following categories of Cookies: Essential Cookies, Tools and statistics Cookies, Marketing Cookies. We made the description of each Cookies category we use, followed by sample Cookies, their correspondent description and source indication (please note that the list of Cookies used may be not exhaustive):
2.1. Essential Cookies
These Cookie files are necessary to ensure that Gaijin websites are functioning correctly – for example, when the user is logging in on a website or when we are trying to identify the user’s device. You can block these Cookie files in your browser as described in Section 4 below, but this will disable certain features integrated into our web services:
2.2. Tools and statistics Cookies
These Cookie files may be installed on Gaijin websites by us, our partners or the services Gaijin uses to analyze your activity and website traffic. They help us determine how users use our websites, which pages are the most popular, and how effective our advertisements are. With their help, we can collect quantitative data and improve our websites and services accordingly. These Cookie files contain no information that may be related to your real personality (e.g. e-mail address), but they can be used for unique identification of sessions and users’ devices:
2.3. Marketing Cookies
These Cookie files may be installed by Gaijin’s partners to help with the analysis of advertisement (or other) traffic and user behavior. They help us evaluate the effectiveness of our partners’ advertisements and are also used to identify inappropriate or harmful traffic (antifraud). These Cookie files contain no data related to your real personality but may include user ID and track down the engagement metrics with respect to our partners’ websites:
3. HOW THIRD PARTIES INTERACT WITH YOUR COOKIES
Some of our partners also use and collect Cookies on our websites in order to make the integration with our services possible. These Cookies are set on our services as result of embedding the code from our partners website. Such Cookies are not created by us and used for the purposes and for the period established by our correspondent partners at their sole discretion, but in any way within the category description to which they belong as specified above.
Cookies which source is not Gaijin, as mentioned above, are third-party Cookies.
4. HOW TO CONTROL YOUR COOKIES
You are able to stop processing your Cookies by Gaijin websites at any time by changing your browser setting (usually accessible on both desktop and mobile devices). As instance, in Google Chrome browser (and some others) you can use the following instructions on managing your Cookies (as provided by and more info at: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/61416?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en):
Please take into consideration that disabling Cookie files can make the use of certain websites functionality (or the functionally of Gaijin services provided via such website) unavailable.
5. WHAT IF YOU DO NOT ACCEPT THIS COOKIES POLICY
You have the right to freely decide if you want us or our partners to use the Cookies on your device. By accepting this Cookies Policy, you give your consent to do so as provided by this Cookies Policy.
You can also fully restrict our use of Cookie files (or any of particular Cookies) by setting your web browser as described in Section 4 above.
6. HOW WE UPDATE THIS COOKIES POLICY
We may change this Cookies Policy at any time. In case if substantial notice such changes are subject to update notice and refreshing your consent. Unless you agree with the revised version of this document, we reserve the right to suspend providing you our services which require the Cookies to be used on your device. In case of minor changes, no notice follows, you undertake to check such changes by yourself. Any updates to this Cookies Policy come into effect next day from the moment at which the updated version of the Cookies Policy is published (last revised and effective date).
7. HOW TO CONTACT US
If, after reviewing this Cookies Policy, you still have any questions on our using the Cookie files, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.