12 - What are ‘cookies’ and what ‘cookies’ does Bezvezze use?
We collect information by placing cookies on your computer or mobile. A cookie is a piece of text stored on your computer or mobile by your web browser. They are basically a tool that stores information about website visits, recognises you and your preferences each time you visit Bezvezze, and ensures site functionality and enables us to provide the services our members request.
When you visit the publicly available sections of Bezvezze, a session ID cookie is placed on your computer that only lasts while you’re visiting. We also place persistent cookies (also known as local storage devices) on members’ computers, so that Bezvezze remembers them and makes their login experience faster and easier. We may use persistent tracking cookies on your mobile device, mainly for security protection purposes, such as to prevent phishers, scammers, unauthorised login attempts, and to help you access your hacked account. We do not use any information whilst you are logged off.
You may set your browser and your mobile settings to block cookies and local storage devices, but if you do so, you may not be able to access the features that Bezvezze offers.
- • those that are strictly necessary to deliver the services and products you have requested, such as, for example purchasing Bezvezze Premium;
- • cookies related to the performance of Bezvezze’s site, such as analytics that help us determine how our site is performing and ensuring a smooth and trouble free experience for our members and visitors;
- • cookies related to the functionality of Bezvezze’s site, such as remembering your preferences at login or your preferred language or allowing you to chat, add photos and instant message Bezvezze members;
- • third party cookies which link to other social networks and which you request via social plugins; and
- • cookies used to improve and target advertising to you based on what’s relevant to you, to improve reporting on any advertising campaign and to avoid showing you ads you have already seen.