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What Cookies Are:
Cookies are small files that are stored on your computer or mobile device by your browser at the request of a web site to store your personal preferences.
Cookies record certain information stored on your hard drive. This information enables us to generate statistics based on data from visitors to our site and suggest products that might interest you according to the items that you selected when you previously visited the site. Cookies do not contain any confidential information about you.
Web Beacons: “Web beacons” (also known as “web bugs,” “action tags,” “pixel trackers,” or “clear GIFs”) may also be used on the Site or in e-mails relating to the Site. Web beacons are small graphic images placed on a webpage, web-based document, or in an e-mail message that allow the collection of certain information and monitor user activity on the Site. Web beacons are invisible because of their size (only 1 by 1 pixel) and because they are the same color as the background of the web page.
We do not use Web beacons to collect personal information about you. Web beacons are used to collect non-personal information such as the IP address of the computer that the Web beacon is sent to, the URL of the page the Web user comes from and the time the Web beacon is activated (such as when you view the webpage, advertisement, or e-mail that contains the Web beacon).
You have the permanent right to access and rectify all the information that concerns you, in accordance with European texts and national laws in place (article 34 of the law of 6 January 1978). You can at any time make a request to BitesizeBio to find out what personal information we hold concerning you. You may at any time, and by request, modify this information. You may at any time request not to receive any further e-mails from us by emailing your request to [email protected]
Third Party Cookies
When you are on the BitesizeBio’s Site, you may be directed to other sites that are beyond our control. We do not control the information collection and dissemination policies of third-party companies. These other site may independently collect data from or about you, solicit information from you, or place their own cookies on your computer. We are not responsible for any use of the information such third-party sites may collect.
Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to your users based on their visit to your sites and other sites on the Internet.
Our websites contain third party cookies. These are used for most standard website functions, like connecting our users with the top social media sites, tracking visitor statistics, publishing our site on WordPress, and serving ads through our own internal third party tool so we can keep your information private, more than we could using an ad network.
|Third Party Cookie||What It Does|
|Google Analytics||Google Analytics tracks visitors coming to a website. It is a free service that helps us know when people visit the site, what type of browser they use, etc.|
|Social Media: Facebook Connect, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google Plus||All of these social media sites use their own cookies to allow users to connect, share content, and to track what they have shared.|
|Gravatar||This is a WordPress Plugin that uses a cookie so Member’s photos can be shown on a webpage for their account (optional for the Member).|
|Hello Bar||The top bar on our site is managed through Hello Bar, which uses a cookie to show our updated content to you on the top of the page.|
Behavioral and Interest Advertising
European Union users may visit http://www.youronlinechoices.eu for more information and to opt out.
North America users please visit http://www.aboutads.info/choices/ to opt out of third party cookies.
You will not be targeted though you may still see adverts. Please note we are not responsible for the content of any third party websites.
If you wish to disable any of our cookies, then please follow the instructions at WikiHow’s (a third party site and not affiliated with BitesizeBio) How to Disable Cookies page. Please note, that disabling cookies may mean some areas of the site will be unable to function properly.