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Cookie Policy

The Privacy Policy additionally governs this Cookie Policy (“Policy”). These documents are valid simultaneously, complement each other, and are binding on all persons (Users).

I. Use of Cookies

1.1. Like almost all other online services, our services (including our Website) use cookies (“cookies,” “cookies files”) and similar technologies to provide You with an enhanced and also allow us to analyze and improve our services.

1.2. We will not be able to provide You with all of our services, including some personalized features, without using cookies and related technologies. Therefore, Your computer, mobile phone, tablet, or other devices will need to be configured to enable such technologies.

1.3. By browsing our Website with Your browser settings configured to accept cookies, You consent to use cookies, web beacons, and related technologies to provide our services.

If You disagree with this Policy, stop using the services and visiting our Website or disabling cookies. You can disable cookies in Your web browser by following the recommendations in the section “III. Cookies Management.” Please note that disabling cookies in Your browser may affect the correct use of our Website or services.

II. What are Cookies?

2.1. What Do We Mean When We Use the Term “Cookies”?

2.2.1. Cookies are a term used to describe a small text file (usually consisting of letters and numbers) downloaded and stored on Your browser or device by the websites You visit. They are sometimes seen as part of the “memory” of Your use of the websites and related services, as they allow the service providers to remember You and respond accordingly.

2.2. Basic Types of Cookies

Cookies are generally divided into two main types, namely:

2.2.1. Session cookies are stored in Your device’s memory only for the duration of Your browsing session. For example, session cookies allow You to navigate our Website and Your account functions without logging in again. They are unavailable after a browser session may have been inactive for a specified period and are deleted from Your device when Your browser is disabled.

2.2.2. Persistent cookies are stored in the memory of Your devices. Persistent cookies can help You remember Your preferences each time You access our Services. This type of cookie is not deleted when You close Your browser.

2.2.3. The Company Website uses both types of cookies.

2.3. Categories of Cookies

Cookies can also be categorized as follows:

2.3.1. Strictly Necessary Cookies. These are cookies that are essential for the operation of our services. These include, for example, cookies that allow You to enter secure areas of our Website or application.

2.3.2. Performance Cookies. They allow us to recognize and count the number of visitors and to see how visitors move around our Website as they use it. They help us improve the way our site works, for example, by ensuring that users find what they are looking for easily.

2.3.3. Functionality cookies. These are used to recognize You when You return to our site. They help us to personalize our content for You, greet You by name, and remember Your preferences (such as Your choice of language or region).

2.3.4. Targeting cookies. These cookies record Your visit to our Website, the pages You have visited, and the links You have clicked. The information helps us make the Website and the advertisements more relevant to Your interests. We may also share this information with third parties for this purpose.

2.3.5. Web beacons. The term “web beacon” describes an object embedded in a web page or email. This object is usually invisible to You, but it allows us to confirm whether You have viewed the webpage and email (as the case may be). You may encounter other names for “web beacons”: web bug, tracking bug, clear gif, and pixel tag.

III. Cookie Management

3.1. You can manage Your cookies (including enabling or disabling cookies) using Your browser. For example, You block cookies by activating a setting in Your browser that allows You to opt out of setting all or some of the cookies. However, if You use Your browser settings to block all cookies (including strictly necessary Cookies), You may not be able to access all or parts of our Services.

3.2. Each browser is different, so we recommend that You check the Help menu in Your browser (or Your phone’s manual) to find out how to change Your cookie settings. You can also find more information on managing Your cookies on third-party websites.

3.3. Below are a few links to popular pages containing information about cookies in the browser, which, in our opinion, may help manage cookies. Please note that we are not responsible for such sites’ content, functionality, or services.

IV. General Information

4.1. Feedback

4.1.1. We hope the above explains how we use cookies and similar technologies.

4.1.2. If You have any legal questions related to this Cookie Policy and Conditions or suggestions for improvement, please email them to [email protected].

Timeless Technology, Inc
805, 447 Broadway, 2nd Floor, New York, NY, New York, US, 10013