Cetas Healthcare’s services utilize a standard technology called “cookies” and web server logs to collect information about how the service is used.
What are cookies and what data do they collect?
A cookie is a small data file created by websites you visit and used to store information on your device. Other tracking technologies are used for similar purposes.
A persistent cookie helps us recognize you as an existing user, so you can return to our password-protected websites without signing in again. After you sign in, a persistent cookie stays in your browser and will be read by Cetas Healthcare when you return to one of our websites. A session cookie enables certain features of our websites and is deleted from your device when you disconnect from or leave the website.
Third-party analytics services
We may use services hosted by third parties to collect information about how users use our site, allowing us to compile reports and improve its functionality. Some third-party services collect aggregated non-personal information, such as the information sent by a browser as part of a web page request, IP addresses, time, and duration of website visits, and/or how you found our websites, such as via a search engine or social media.
We use Google Analytics and Facebook to provide ad and analytics services on our website. For more information about Google’s privacy practices, please see here, and to opt-out of Google Analytics, visit here. For more information about Facebook’s privacy practices, see here.
Changing your cookie setting
You can edit your browser preferences to refuse to accept cookies, remove cookies or notify you when a cookie is set (select the “Help” menu on your browser to learn how to change your cookie preferences). You do not have to accept all cookies sent to you by our websites. Depending on the cookie you reject, you may not be able to use some features on the website you are visiting or signing in to.
If you have any questions regarding our Cookie Notice, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Do Not Track”: Some newer Internet browsers have incorporated Do Not Track features, and when turned on, they send a signal to the websites you visit, telling the website that you do not want to be tracked while browsing. Websites differ in how they respond to these Do Not Track signals, as there is not yet a common understanding of how to interpret the Do Not Track signal. Because of this lack of clarity, our website does not respond to the browser Do Not Track signal. Thus, most cookies will continue to be stored until you choose to delete them.