Privacy Policy & Cookies

Version 3, 2022-02-11

This Privacy Policy explains the policies of Digital Gorilla Ltd. on the collection and use of the information we collect when you access (the “Service”). This Privacy Policy describes your privacy rights and how you are protected under privacy laws.

By using our Service, you are consenting to the collection and use of your information in accordance with this Privacy Policy. Please do not access or use our Service if you do not consent to the collection and use of your information as outlined in this Privacy Policy.

Digital Gorilla Ltd. is authorized to modify this Privacy Policy at any time. This may occur without prior notice.

We never ask and store any of your personal data. Our website may contain only “cookies”, which can be send to your internet browser to ensure you get the best user’s experience.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files stored on a user’s browser created when users visit websites. Cookies improve a user’s experiencing by remembering theme selection, preferences and other custom functions. When the website sets a cookie in user browsers, it stores another file with the same ID tag to keep track of user preferences and any helpful information, voluntarily provided while visiting the website.

In addition, cookies also can be used to store information specifically useful to advertisers, such as what ads were recently seen, when they were seen and what websites they were displayed on. This is immensely helpful in the management of managing advertising campaigns as it allows for frequency capping, conversion tracking and audience targeting.

What we use them for

Like most websites we use cookies to a limited extent to enhance the user experience and provide customisation and useful features to our website and products. We also use standard analytics software to allow us to see how our users are interacting with the site in aggregate.

Since we are able to collect this data on you, we want to be as clear as possible about how we collect the data, what we collect and most importantly, what we do with it. The aim is to provide you the user, with as much transparency and control as possible.

What we should make clear from the start is that we DO NOT sell the information collected by cookies, nor do we pass the information on to anyone else!

How many types of cookie we use?

There are different types of cookies which are usually split into the following categories, but note that not all these types will be used on every website you visit and some cookies fit into multiple categories:

Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies help the website to function and enhance the look and feel of the website. They also help to improve navigation around our website and allow you to return to pages you have previously visited. This type of ‘cookie’ only lasts for the duration of the time you are visiting the website. When you leave the website they are deleted automatically.

Functionality Cookies

These cookies allow the website to remember your user options such as language or region, in order to provide improved and personalized features. They can also be used to provide services requested by the user, such as viewing videos or social media integration. The information collected by these cookies can be made anonymous and your browsing activity in other websites will not be monitored. If you do not allow these cookies, the performance and functionality of the site and your access to some of our services may be affected.

Performance Cookies

These are cookies collecting information about how you use the site; for example, what pages you visit most and if they get error messages. These cookies collect aggregated, anonymous information that does not identify you, the visitor. They are exclusively used to improve the performance of a website. For example:

  • Google Tag Manager
  • Google Analytics
  • Hotjar

Targeting or Advertising Cookies

These cookies are used to deliver adverts more relevant to you and your interests, to limit the number of times you see an advertisement and to help measure the effectiveness of the advertising campaigns. They are usually placed by advertising networks with the website operator’s permission. They remember that you have visited a website and this information is shared with other organisations such as advertisers. For example:

  • Google Adwords
  • Google DoubleClick
  • Etarget

Third-party cookies

Third-party cookies are cookies that are set by a website other than the one you are currently on. For example, you can have a "Like" button on your website which will store a cookie on visitor's computer, that cookie can later be accessed by Facebook to identify visitor and see which websites he visited. Such cookie is considered to be a third-party cookie. Examples of the external content:

  • Facebook (Like and share button)
  • Instagram (Instagram button)
  • Google+ (Google+ button)
  • Twitter feed
  • Pinterest (Pinterest button)
  • Youtube videos
  • Free games

How to manage cookies

You can reconsider and change your decision at any time using the settings on the page:

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