It explains what these technologies are, why we use them, and how you might limit our use of them.
1. What are cookies?
When you visit a website, small pieces of text called cookies are placed on your device to improve your experience. A cookie file is stored in your web browser and allows us or a third-party to recognize you on subsequent visits, or to authorize other designated websites to recognize you for a specific reason, such as making your next visit easier or making the Service more useful to you.
“First-party cookies” are those placed by the website owner or service provider (in this example, Mail250). Third-party cookies are those that are placed by parties other than the website owner. Third-party cookies allow you to use third-party services or functionality on or via the website or service you’re using (such as advertising, interactive content, and analytics). Third-party cookies allow third parties to recognize your computer both when it visits the website or service in issue and when it visits other websites or services.
We also allow our Members to utilize cookies and other tracking technologies in conjunction with their usage of our Service so that we and our Members can keep track of their Contacts or end-users. Finally, third parties use our Mail250 Sites and Service to serve cookies for advertising, analytics, and other purposes. This is explained in further detail further down.
3. Cookies served through our Mail250 Sites
The types of first- and third-party cookies used on our Mail250 Sites, as well as the purposes for which they are used, are detailed in more detail below:
3.1. Cookies that are required for the operation of a website
These cookies are required to offer you with services accessible on our Mail250 Sites and to use some of its features, such as secure areas access. Because certain cookies are required to deliver the Mail250 Sites, you cannot disable them without affecting the functionality of the Mail250 Sites. You can prevent or remove them by changing your browser settings, as explained in this Cookie Statement under the section “How can I control cookies?”
These cookies are required to offer you with services accessible on our Mail250 Sites, as well as to use certain of its features, such as secure areas access.
3.2. Cookies for performance and functionality
These cookies help improve the speed and operation of our Mail250 site. They assist us in determining which pages are the most and least popular, as well as observing how users navigate the Mail250 Site. These cookies are important to us, but they are not required to use the Mail250 Site. Certain functionality may become inaccessible if these cookies are disabled.
These cookies are used to improve the speed and operation of our Mail250 Sites, but they are not required to use them.
We use Cloudflare to prevent DDOS attacks and speed up the loading of Mail250.
3.3. Cookies for Analytics and Personalization
These cookies gather information that is used to help us analyse how our Mail250 Sites are used or how effective our marketing efforts are, as well as to help us tailor our Mail250 Sites and application for you to improve your experience. These cookies might be placed by us or by third-party suppliers whose services we’ve integrated into our pages.
These are set by Google Universal Analytics.
This cookie keeps track of your actions on the Mail250 Site so that we can better understand how you use it.
3.4. Advertising (Targeting) Cookies
These cookies are used to tailor advertising messages to your preferences and interests.
They also conduct duties such as avoiding the same ad from appearing repeatedly, ensuring that advertisements are shown correctly, and, in certain circumstances, choosing adverts based on your interests.
Google uses these cookies to provide behavioural advertising and analytics.
Facebook uses these cookies and tracking pixels to provide behavioural advertising and analytics.
All of the major browsers include instructions on how to manage the cookies that are installed on your computer. We’ve included links to the cookie management pages for the most common web browsers for your convenience:
5. How Often Will We Update this Information?
6. Where can I get further information?