Cookie or Similar Technology

When you visit our website, read our emails, use our Service, or engage with us in any way, we may utilize cookies and similar technologies to collect certain information from your browser or device. This enables us to provide a personalized learning experience and ensure the delivery of high-quality services.

A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your browser or on your hard drive. We use various technologies, including cookies, web beacons, log files, and similar technologies (referred to as "cookies" collectively) to collect information from your browser or device. These technologies gather data regarding your interaction with the Service, such as the pages you view, the links you click, and other actions you take. They also collect information about your browser, online usage patterns, and details about the device(s) you use to access the Service.

This collected information may include your Internet Protocol (IP) address, browser type, browser language, referring/exit pages and URLs, pages viewed, email openings, clicked links, mobile device identifier, mobile carrier, device model, and manufacturer along with its operating system.

These technologies help us analyze user behavior, improve our Service, and deliver personalized content and recommendations. By using cookies, we aim to enhance your overall experience and tailor our offerings to your specific needs and preferences.

Please note that you have the option to manage or disable cookies through your browser settings. However, doing so may affect your ability to fully utilize certain features and functionality of our Service. For more information on how we use and protect your data, please refer to our privacy policy.

Cookie Usage

  1. Authentication and Security
    Cookies help verify user identity and ensure the security of user accounts. They enable Cogknit to authenticate users, prevent unauthorized access, and protect against fraudulent activities.

  2. Preferences and Settings
    Cookies remember user preferences and settings, such as language preferences, display preferences, and personalized settings. This allows Cogknit to provide a customized and tailored experience for each user.

  3. Analytics and Performance
    Cookies are used to collect data on user behavior and website usage patterns. This information helps Cogknit analyze and improve the performance of its website or SaaS platform, optimize content, and enhance user interface and user experience.

  4. Marketing and Advertising
    Cookies are utilized to deliver targeted advertisements and promotional content to users based on their interests and browsing behavior. This helps Cogknit provide relevant and personalized marketing campaigns.

  5. Third-Party Integrations
    Cogknit may work with third-party services that utilize cookies for various purposes such as analytics, tracking, or advertising. These cookies are governed by the respective third-party providers and their privacy policies.

  6. Session Management
    Cookies are used for session management to ensure smooth navigation and interaction within the website or SaaS platform. They help maintain user sessions, remember user input, and enable seamless transitions between pages.

Types of Cookies

  1. Essential Cookies
    These cookies are necessary for the basic functioning of the website and platform. They enable core features such as user authentication, session management, and security. Without these cookies, the website or platform may not function properly.

  2. Analytical or Performance Cookies
    These cookies collect anonymous information about how users interact with the website or platform. They gather data such as page views, clicks, and navigation patterns. The information is used to analyze and improve the performance, usability, and user experience of the website or platform.

  3. Functionality Cookies
    These cookies remember user preferences and settings to provide a more personalized experience. For example, they may store language preferences, display preferences, or user-selected themes. Functionality cookies enhance the usability and customization options of the website or platform.

  4. Third-Party Cookies
    These cookies are placed by third-party services or integrations used on the website or platform. They may include analytical tools, advertising networks, or other external services. Third-party cookies are governed by the privacy policies of the respective third-party providers.

Limiting the Use

  1. Adjust Browser Settings
    Most web browsers allow you to control whether to accept, reject, or receive notifications when a cookie is sent. These settings are typically found in the browser's "Settings" or "Preferences" section. Consult the instructions provided by your specific web browser, as each browser has different settings and options.

  2. Refuse, Disable, or Delete Cookies
    By adjusting your browser settings, you can refuse, disable, or delete cookies. This action may impact the functionality of the Services, as certain features may rely on cookies. It's important to note that deleting cookies may also remove any previously set preferences or opt-out selections.

  3. Manage Browser Settings
    Most browsers offer options to clear or decline cookies, such as using a "private" or "incognito" mode. These modes limit the information stored and retrieved from your browsing session. However, disabling cookies entirely may result in certain features of our services not functioning properly.

Please be aware that although most browsers and devices accept cookies by default, you can usually customize the settings to suit your preferences. It's important to note that if you disable or delete cookies, some aspects of our services may be affected, and certain features may no longer be available to you.

Data retention, Security and Changes in Cookie Policies

We retain data collected through cookies for as long as necessary to provide our services, comply with legal obligations, or resolve disputes. We take the security of your data seriously and use appropriate measures to prevent unauthorized access, disclosure, or destruction. We may update our cookie policy from time to time and will notify you of any material changes. You are encouraged to review the policy periodically.