APTITUDE HEALTH COOKIES POLICY
Last Updated: 8/2/22
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are small data files containing a small amount of information that is stored in the hard drive of your computer or (mobile) device the moment you visit our websites. By using cookies (and similar technologies such as pixel tags/beacons and scripts), our websites can save information about your visit. Some of these cookies are placed on our websites by us, while other cookies are placed by third parties. Third-party cookies may collect data outside our websites as well. Cookies are used to make your visit to our websites more personal by, for instance
- Displaying relevant navigation settings
- Remembering the user’s settings and preferences
- Improving the overall user experience
- Monitoring the use of the website
- Determining the number of advertisements shown
There are two (2) general types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are deleted from your computer or device as soon as you close your web browser. Persistent cookies will remain on your computer or device even after closing your web browser, until you delete them or they reach their expiry date.
By clicking “I Agree” when the cookie notice is shown or by continuing to use the websites, you give your consent for cookies to be placed throughout our websites. Aptitude Health uses the following kinds of cookies:
Functional cookies ensure that our websites work properly, and enable us to recognize you when you return to our websites and to remember your preferences. We also use functional cookies to track down misuse of our websites and services, for example by registering the number of consecutive failed login attempts. We do not need your consent for the use of functional cookies, since there is no privacy impact.
These cookies allow us to recognize and count the number of visitors, the duration of their visits, their browsing behavior, and other information that helps us improve the use of our websites. Analytical cookies can give us a better view of which parts of our websites are the most relevant to our visitors and which content is the most popular, so that we can enhance our websites for our visitors. We do not need your consent to use these functional cookies, as long as the statistics and reports derived from functional and analytical cookies are not linked to personally identifiable information.
Tracking cookies enable us to follow your online behavior and make personalized offers to you. These may include offers from third parties, directly or indirectly. Examples of tracking cookies are advertising cookies and social media plug-ins. For the use of these cookies we need your explicit consent.
Advertising cookies include web beacons, pixels, and tags, which help us to provide relevant information to you more effectively. This information may include information from third parties, such as third-party network servers.
Controlling or Blocking Cookies
If you do not want to receive cookies, you can change your browser settings on your computer or other devices you use to access our services. If you use our websites without changing your browser settings, we assume that you agree to receive all cookies on our websites. Most browsers also provide functionality that allows you to review and delete cookies, including cookies on our websites. Please note that our websites may not function properly without cookies.
To find out more about cookies, including how to see cookies that have been set and how to manage and delete them, you can visit www.allaboutcookies.org or www.aboutcookies.org.