What are cookies
Cookies can collect a wide range of information including personal information (such as your name or email address). The default cookie saving and sending activities are not visible to you, but you can change your Internet browser settings by choosing whether to approve or reject requests to save cookies and to delete saved cookies automatically when you close your Internet browser.
Disabling all or only certain cookies may result in the inability to use some of the functionality of the Website.
Collection and use of statistics
Each time you visit our Website, we collect technical information relating to the computer (or other device) from which you access our Website, for example, the IP address of your device, the operating system you use, the Internet browser you use to visit our site. internet service provider, the URL you come from and the URL you went to from our Website, and the time you spent on our Website. We use this information to better understand how our website is used.
We reserve the right to share some of these statistics with our business partners or to make them public. For example, we may show the number of daily visits to our Website to our partners to give them the opportunity to advertise on our Website.
The information we may display to the public or our business partners will not contain your personal information or information on the basis of which someone could identify or contact you.
What are temporary cookies
Temporary cookies or session cookies are removed from the computer or other device you are using when you close your Internet browser. A Website consists of a number of web pages. When you browse the pages during the same visit to the Website, some of your preferences that you may have expressed on certain pages will be stored in such a temporary cookie and will be used on other pages of our Website until you leave it and do not close your browser, at what point those temporary preferences will be deleted along with such temporary cookies.
What are persistent cookies
Persistent or saved cookies remain on your device after you close your internet browser. They use the Website to store information such as your username and password, so you do not have to log in every time you visit a specific secure website on our Website. Persistent cookies can stay for years, or until you delete them.
What are first-party cookies
First-party cookies come from the page you are viewing, ie from our Website, and may be permanent or temporary. With such cookies, the Website may store data that it will use again on your next visit.
What are third-party cookies
Third-party cookies come with advertisements from other websites (such as pop-ups or any other advertisements) located on our Network Site. With such cookies, the Website can track the use of the Internet for marketing purposes.
Which cookies does The First Step LLC use and why
We use temporary cookies that expire and are automatically deleted when you close your internet browser, in order to give you access to the content.
We also use persistent cookies that will remain in your browser until they expire or are deleted manually, in order to better understand user habits and improve the Web site according to your usage habits. This information is anonymous and we do not see individual user data.
Are there any third-party cookies
There are several external services that can store limited cookies on the user's device. These cookies are set for the normal functioning of certain features that make it easier for users to access the content.
The First Step LLC may cooperate with selected third parties or business partners, who set cookies in order to display related content, including ads, on their websites or elsewhere on the Internet, based on your previous visits to our Website. The First Step LLC also sets cookies that register your preferences when you use the Website so that we can offer you customized marketing materials that may interest you. For these cookies to work, you may need to enable the use of these types of cookies using the mechanism provided by The First Step LLC. You can select the option on your browser to notify you when a cookie is received, so you can decide if you want to accept it. For more information, see the user information on your web browser.
At any time you have the opportunity to refuse to receive such "advertising" cookies, or to participate in the so-called. "Behavioral" advertising, ie marketing. More information on behavioral advertising is available in English at the following online sites: Network Advertising Initiative or Digital Advertising Alliance.
We currently enable cookies from the following third parties:
- Traffic measurement - The Website uses Google Analytics to measure traffic.
Personalized URL links and personalized messages
From time to time, we may post separate URL links for specific visitors. If you visit one of these online sites, you may come across forms that will already be completed, or will contain your name or other types of information that you have previously indicated that you are interested in, based on the information you have previously provided to us. We may also personalize newsletter content, email offers, invitations, or ads displayed to you on third-party websites that are our business partners, taking into account topics you have previously shown interest in.
We collect information about how you use this type of personalized information so that we can provide you with other information tailored to your interests. If you visit any of these online sites through personalized URL links, you consent to The First Step LLC collecting information about your visits and linking that information to other information about you and your relationship with The First Step LLC. If you do not want your information to be used in this way, do not visit such sites through personalized URL links.