1. What is a Cookie?
Cookies are small data files that are placed on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. As a result, the website may "remember" your actions and options for a certain period of time (such as your registration name, language, font size, and other display options), and you do not need to re-enter it every time you visit the site or browse its various pages.
3. Cookies used on our website
4. Site Indicators
Newcrush.com sometimes uses not only cookies, but also web page indicators. This is a small graphic image of just one pixel that gets into your computer as part of a web page or as an HTML electronic message. Directly or via other service providers, these images are used by newcrush.com as online advertising or on third-party websites to find out whether the advertised user is placing an order, analyzing user movements and optimizing the services offered.
Newcrush.com can include website indicators in promotional emails or newsletters to determine whether messages have been opened. Some website indicators may be added by third-party providers to determine the effectiveness of newcrush.com campaigns or email communication. You can use the site indicator to place a persistent cookie on your computer. You will then be able to recognize your computer every time you visit certain pages or send e-mails and collect anonymous information about the traffic on such pages. newcrush.com prohibits the use of website indicators to collect or access personal information.
5. Targeted Marketing
Through third-party services, we monitor and analyze individual statistical information we receive from a visitor using the newcruish.com website.
6. Cookies that are saved using our services
Newsletters. Each newsletter automatically adds a single graphic pixel image, also called a webpage indicator, that contains unique identifiers that allow us to recognize when a user opens an email. or by clicking on certain links in it. This technology records the e-mail of each user. email address, IP address, date and time associated with each open message and click on the link. We use these data for reporting, how the campaign was conducted, and what the subscriber did for the newsletter.
7. How do I control cookies?
You have the right not to accept or accept and choose which cookies to accept in our site's cookie settings.
You can control and / or delete cookies if you wish. For more information, see aboutcookies.org. You can delete all the cookies already on your computer, and set most browsers to prevent cookies from being stored on your device. However, in this case, you may need to manually change some options each time you visit a website, and some services and features may not work.