A cookie is a small text file that’s stored on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. We use them to:
Remember your user login
Remember your preferences
Tailor the site to your interests
These are set by the website you’re visiting. And only that website can read them. In addition, a website might use a separate company to analyse how people are using their site. And this separate company will set their own cookie to do this.
These are set by someone other than the owner of the website you’re visiting.
Some DXMAPS web pages may also contain content from other sites like Google, which may set their own cookies. Also, if you Share a link to a DXMAPS page, the service you share it on (e.g. Facebook) may set a cookie on your browser.
DXMAPS has no control over third party cookies.
Some websites use advertising networks to show you specially targeted adverts when you visit. These networks may also be able to track your browsing across different sites.
We do not use first party advertising cookies but Google advertising shown in DXMAPS site could track your browsing outside DXMAPS.
These are stored when you login and while you’re browsing. In order to remember your login details and preferences between navigation sessions they are Persistent, what means that by default they are not deleted in your device when you close your Internet browser.
These are saved on your computer. So they don’t get deleted when you close your browser.
We use persistent cookies when we need to know who you are for more than one browsing session. For example, we use them to remember your preferences for the next time you visit.
You can change your DXMAPS cookie settings here, see the detail of cookies used by DXMAPS and you can find out how to stop your browser tracking your info here.
Some sites use things like web beacons, clear GIFs, page tags and web bugs to understand how people are using them and target advertising at people.
They usually take the form of a small, transparent image, which is embedded in a web page or email. They work with cookies and capture data like your IP address, when you viewed the page or email, what device you were using and where you were. There's info about how to avoid them here.
DXMAPS does not use any of these technologies.
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What happens if third party cookies are disabled on my browser?
How can I change my DXMAPS cookie settings?
How can I stop my internet browser tracking my info?
Read the full DXMAPS Privacy and Cookies Policy