Last Updated: September 5, 2014
Cookies is a term used to describe is a small text file (typically made of letters and numbers) that is downloaded and stored on your browser or your device by websites that you visit. They are sometimes considered as forming part of the "memory" of your use of websites and related services as they allow service providers to remember you and respond appropriately.
Cookies are typically split into 2 main types, namely:
Session cookies. Session cookies are stored in your device's memory only for the length of time of your browsing session. For example, sessions cookies allow you to move around our website and your account features without having to repeatedly log in. They are not accessible after your browser session may have been inactive for a period of time and are deleted from your device when your browser is closed down.
Persistent cookies. Persistent cookies are stored in your devices memory and are not deleted when your browser is closed. Persistent cookies can helpfully remember you and your preferences each time you access our Services.
Ex-Crypto uses both of these types of cookies.
Ex-Crypto can also be further categorized as follows:
Web beacons. The term 'web beacon' is used to describe an object embedded in a webpage or email. This object is typically invisible to you, but it permits us to confirm whether you have viewed the web page and/or email (as the case may be). There are other names for 'web beacons' which you may come across - these include web bug, tracking bug, clear gif and pixel tag.
You can manage your cookies (including the enabling or disabling of cookies) by using your browser. For example, you block cookies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including cookies that are strictly necessary) you may not be able to access all or parts of our Services.
Each browser is different and as such we suggest that you check the 'Help' menu on your particular browser (or your mobile phone's handset manual) to learn how to change your cookie preference. You may also find more information on how to manage your cookies from third party websites (such as www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/).
Here are some links to popular browser cookie information pages which you might find helpful to assist in your cookie management