Cookie Policy

dataJAR use cookies to help us monitor, maintain and promote our website. Please see below for information on the cookies we use, why we use them and how you can opt of our these cookies should you wish to do so.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small computer text files that are placed onto the device that you use to browse the internet (Desktop, laptop, mobile, tablet, etc). They contain unique pieces of information, so that when you visit another page of our website, or potentially another website all together, that unique code can be used to tell us which pages of the site you visit, which preferences you have opted to use and occasionally if you visit another website that we choose to partner with (such as Facebook or a website with Google Ads).

Can I be identified by Cookies?

While each cookie is unique, allowing software to track that code across parts of the web. The code does not identify you personally, it does not run any kind of program or application on your device and it does not gather or harvest information from your device. dataJAR cannot and does not seek to identify you, only to give your device a unique code to allow us to interact with it.

It is possible however to use cookies as part of a larger framework of information (IP address, approximate location, etc) to try to identify you more accurately - dataJAR do not use this information to identify you but other internet companies might. This is why it is important for internet users to understand the role of Cookies and how to control their use.

Which Cookies do we use?

Generally, we use cookies to monitor our website's traffic, save preferences for our website users, anonymously track how users interact with our website and occasionally we use them to advertise appropriate services to you on other partner websites, including Facebook and websites that are part of the Google Adwords network. Here are some specific examples of Cookies that we use for different reasons:

  • Session Cookies. We use Session Cookies to operate our Website.
  • Preference Cookies. We use Preference Cookies to remember your preferences and various settings.
  • Security Cookies. We use Security Cookies for security purposes.

Specific services that use Cookies:

Google Analytics:
We use Google Analytics to track the use of our Website, this data allows us understand (for example) the most popular pages of our website, which general geographic location our Website users come from and how long users spend on our Website. We cannot use this data to personally identify you and we would not seek to do so.

We use “Heatmaps” to track where users click on our Website pages, this allows us to understand the most popular features of a given web page. We are unable to identify which users clicked where, only that a click was registered.

We use cookies to track website users so that we are able to offer them online behavioural advertising via our advertising partners (Facebook and Google are two examples). We are unable to identify you personally from this information and we rely on our partners to serve the advertisements to you.

If you reside within the European Union, you may use this tool to help you opt out of these advertising services -

Please be aware that we share data with our partners as part of our cookie use. Be assured that we carefully select our service providers and would never knowingly use any service that would put your data at risk.

Opting out of Cookies:

You can instruct your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. However, if you do not accept cookies, you may not be able to use some portions of our Website.

We recommend that you conduct an internet search for the terms “control cookies via browser” for appropriate results on how to control cookies.

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