Like most websites, our site uses “cookies” to store specific information about you and track your visits to our site.
2. What is a cookie?
A “cookie” is a small text file that is sent to your browser and stored on your computer’s hard drive when you visit our site. Each time you use the same computer to access our site, our web servers will be notified of your visit and in turn we may have knowledge of your visit and the pattern of your usage.
Should you not wish that cookies are stored on your computer, mobile device or tablet, you may change your web browser settings to disable cookies.
Cookies are used on this website for the following purposes.
Detailed information regarding the cookies used on this website is available below.
In addition to cookies, we may also utilize tracking pixels (also known as web beacons, clear GIFs, or pixel tags) on Airthings.com
. Tracking pixels are tiny, transparent images embedded in web pages or emails. They allow us to collect information about your interactions with our Website and emails, which helps us analyze the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns and improve the user experience.
Tracking pixels work in conjunction with cookies to provide us with insights into how you navigate our Website, interact with our content, and engage with our emails. The data collected through tracking pixels includes information such as your IP address, browser type, device type, the pages you visit, and the time you spend on our Website. This information is aggregated and anonymous and does not personally identify you.
We may also allow third-party service providers to set cookies and pixels on our Website to provide various services, such as analytics and targeted advertising. These cookies are subject to the respective privacy policies of these third parties.
Tracking pixels enable us to:
- Monitor the performance and usage of our Website.
- Understand user preferences and behavior to optimize content and design.
- Evaluate the success of marketing campaigns and tailor future communications.
- Track email open rates and user engagement with our email communications.
By using tracking pixels, we strive to provide you with a more tailored and relevant browsing experience. You have the ability to disable tracking pixels by adjusting your browser settings or email client preferences, but please note that doing so may affect your experience and the accuracy of the data we collect.
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6. What sort of cookies does our site use?
Some cookies are necessary for the operation of our Site. For example, when you log in, a cookie will help us recognize you as an existing user and show you the right information. If you choose to block them, some aspects of the site may not work for you.
Non-necessary cookies are used to collect statistical information about the usage of our site, to research visiting patterns, help target advertisements based on user interest, and track progress and participation in promotions.