Zeitcaster Cookie Policy

Last Updated: November 14, 2018

The following supplements our Privacy Policy and explains the use of cookies and related technologies on our website (“Site“).

1. Cookies Used – The Site uses several technologies to identify and monitor access, including HTTP and/or HTTPS cookies, which are small text files placed on your computer’s hard drive or mobile device’s storage that may be read by the domain owner that placed them when you visit a website. The Site uses session cookies, which typically expire two weeks after your visit to the Site.

2. Disabling Cookies – You may choose not to accept cookies through a setting on most browsers. If you choose to refuse cookies, or if you delete cookies, not all of the features of the Site may be available to you.

3. Use of Information Generated by Cookies – When you first visit the Site, we assign a unique ID which is stored in the cookie file on your computer or mobile device which typically expires two weeks after your visit. This ID is used to identify you as you navigate the Site, and when you return to the Site after having visited other websites via the Internet. We collect and retain information regarding your visits to and navigation through the Site, such as the webpages visited and the dates, times and duration of your visits.

Cookies are used for a number of purposes, such as authentication, maintaining user preferences, security, website improvement and analytics. Third party vendors may also place cookies via the Site on our behalf for different purposes. These cookies may last for different durations. Some third parties collect and store information to provide services to us.

Preferences – Cookies are used to maintain your preferences on the Site, such as to keep you logged into your account.

Security – Cookies are used to authenticate you for security purposes. IP addresses and other computer or device identifying technologies are used to identify a user in order to protect the Site, our customers or other individuals.

Site Improvement and Analytics – Cookies are used to help improve and enhance the Site. For example, cookies are used for record keeping, to track your movements through the Site and to help us and our third party analytics vendors understand how the Site is used. We may use this information as part of an individual profile or in aggregate form.

4. Sharing Information from Cookies – We may share information generated by cookies with third parties that provide services on our behalf and with social media outlets to which you subscribe.