Introduction

We utilize (and permit third parties to use) web beacons, cookies, pixel tags, scripts, tags, API and other technologies when you visit or access one of our websites, connect with or engage with our content, or use any other service we provide (collectively, “Services”) (“Tracking Technologies“).

The Tracking Technologies enable us to automatically gather data about you, your online activities, and your device (such as a computer or mobile device), which helps us to improve the functionality of our Services and personalize your experience while using them. Additionally, we use this data to administer services to our users, advertisers, publishers, clients, and partners and to compile statistics about how our Services are used. We also use it to conduct analytics and present content that is customized to your interests.

What are cookies?

When you visit a website, a web server stores a little text file called a cookie on your computer or mobile device (cookies are solely made up of letters and numbers). By remembering your language preferences and settings, for instance, the cookie can be used to make our Services more user-friendly. Visit www.allaboutcookies.org to learn more about cookies.

Cookies are frequently used to ensure that websites function properly. You can conveniently move between pages by using cookies. Cookies keep track of your choices and facilitate more effective communication between you and the Services. Additionally, cookies are utilized to make sure that the online adverts you encounter are pertinent to you and your interests.

We also use third-party web analytics services, such as Google Analytics, on the Site, to provide us with statistics and other information about visitors to the Site.

“Do Not Track” Signals. Your browser settings may allow you to automatically transmit a “do not track” signal to websites and online services you visit. At this time there is no consensus among industry participants as to the meaning of “do not track” in this context. Like many other websites, webgingout.com is not configured to respond to “do not track” signals from browsers. Click here to learn more about “do not track” signals.

Finally, companies that provide certain third-party apps, tools, widgets, and plug-ins that may appear on the Site (for example, Facebook “Like” buttons), also may use automated means to collect information regarding your interactions with these features. This information collection is subject to the privacy policies or notices of those providers.

Turning off cookies via your web browser

Most web browsers will provide you with some general information about cookies, enable you to see what cookies are stored on your device, allow you to delete them all or on an individual basis, and enable you to block or allow cookies for all websites or individually selected websites. You can also normally turn off third party cookies separately. Please note that the settings offered by a browser or device often only apply to that particular browser or device.

Information about cookies is usually found in the “Help” section of the web browser.

Storing Tracking Technologies

We store Tracking Technologies when you visit or access our Services (for example when you are visiting our websites) – these are called “First Party Tracking Technologies”. In addition, Tracking Technologies are stored by other third parties (for example our analytics service providers, business partners and advertisers) who run content on our Services – these are called “Third Party Tracking Technologies”.

Both types of Tracking Technologies may be stored either for the duration of your visit on our Services or for repeat visits.