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DEFINITIONS AND KEY TERMS
Cookie: A small piece of data that your web browser saves from a website. It is employed to recognise your browser, deliver analytics, and preserve information about you, such as your preferred language or login details.
Device: Any internet-connected device that can be used to visit CCA and use its services.
Personal Data: Information directly, indirectly, or in combination with other information that identifies a person, including a personal identification number.
Service: Refers to the service given by CCA and is described in the terms relevant to that service (if they are accessible) as well as on this platform.
Third-party service: Those who offer us content or whose goods and services we think you might find interesting include advertising, contest sponsors, promotional and marketing partners, and others.
Website: CCA's site, which can be accessed via this URL:https://ccareports.com/
You: One who has signed up with CCA to access the Services.
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A tiny data file known as a cookie may be stored on your personal computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Cookies are used to keep track of user preferences. Cookies are employed extensively by website owners like us to make their websites function or function more efficiently, as well as to generate information that can be utilised in reporting. Cookies that are placed on your computer by us are referred to as "first-party cookies." "Third-party cookies" are set on your computer by parties other than us. Third-party cookies allow us to provide services or functionalities on or via our website (e.g., advertising, interactive content, and analytics).
On our website, API, and in our app, we may employ both first-party and third-party cookies for a variety of reasons:
The following table provides information regarding the numerous types of first-party and third-party cookies utilised on our websites, as well as the purposes fulfilled by each of these cookie categories.
Many browsers have dedicated support pages for configuring and deleting cookies. If you need further clarification, please refer to the list below.
THIRD PARTY COMPANIES COOKIES
Third-party organisations Cookies supply us with web analytics and information about our websites, which may also be used to give targeted advertising and measurement services (third-party cookies).
Third-party companies collect data on our website via code (such as the pages you view, the links you click, and the duration of time spent on our sites).
We also use optional payment methods such as PayPal and Amazon Pay, using these requires using their software during the transactions, which may involve cookies.
Please refer to the following organizations' privacy policies to learn more about the data collection and usage practices they employ on our behalf:
Google at Google Privacy & Terms
OTHER TRACKING TECHNOLOGIES - WEBBEACONS
Cookies are not the only method that can be used to identify or keep track of users that visit a website. We may occasionally employ web beacon-like technology (sometimes called "tracking pixels" or "clear gifs"). These tiny graphic files include a unique identifier that lets us track whether someone has visited one of our websites or opened an e-mail containing one. This allows us to track users' traffic patterns as they explore a website, deliver, or communicate with cookies, determine if you came to the site via a third-party ad, improve the site's performance, and analyse the success of e-mail marketing efforts. Cookies are required for the effective operation of many of these technologies; therefore, disabling cookies will impair the functionality of these technologies.
COOKIES CCA USES WITH CCAREPORTS.COM
Cookies could remain in a user's browser even after they close their browser. When you close your browser, a session cookie will immediately become invalid. Persistent cookies stay until they expire, or you delete them. Cookies contain a date of expiration defined by the server when the cookie is created; this date might range from just a few minutes to several years. First-party cookies are those that are set by the domain that you are now visiting.
Our website would not be able to function properly without essential cookies.Our systems do not allow us to disable them. They are necessary for you to be able to use the features of the website and navigate around it. If you delete these cookies or turn off cookie support in your browser, we cannot guarantee that you will be able to use our website.
We use the following types of cookies in our website:
|NECESSARY COOKIES||Our website/app uses necessary cookies. These cookies provide fundamental security, network administration, preferences, and accessibility. They enable essential services such as logging in, keeping track. You can disable them in your browser, which may impede website functionality.|
|CACHE COOKIES||These cookies are used to enhance the functionality of our website and app, but they are not required to access or use any of these resources. Disabling these can make the site much slower, and require more bandwidth.|
|PREFERENCE COOKIES||These cookies are also used to enhance the functionality of our website and app, but they are not required to access or use any of these resources. These contain information related to the user which configures options for how the site works, and available options.|
|THIRD PARTY COOKIES||Some cookies placed on our website or application have not been placed there by CCA on a first-party basis. It is possible to incorporate information produced by third parties within the websites to deliver advertisements. These third-party service providers may install their cookies on your web browser to track your activity on their websites. Many of the functionality and performance cookies, as well as the advertising, marketing, and analytics cookies outlined earlier, are controlled by third-party service providers. We can't control how cookies are utilized because only the third party that set them can access them.|
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