What are cookies?
Cookies are pieces of data in the form of text files that your browser stores on your hard drive. They allow website providers to identify users, store preferential information, and understand users’ browsing activities. Web beacons (also known as pixel tags and clear GIFs) are electronic images found within website pages that allow website providers to understand users’ browsing activities. Stitch also uses other similar technologies, such as local storage, for similar purposes described in this Cookies Policy.
There are two main types of cookies that can be placed on the Stitch platform: First-party cookies, which are cookies that are set by Stitch directly when you use our Platform, and third-party cookies, which are cookies that are set by other companies, such as our partners and services providers.
The types of cookies placed on our Platform and the purposes for which we use them are described below. Note that the list includes the typical cookies placed on our Platform, and is not an exhaustive list.
Some cookies are strictly necessary for the operation of our Platform. These cookies allow you to browse through our website, use Stitch Services, and keep the Stitch Platform secure.
Preference and Analytics Cookies
Preference cookies allow us to “remember” your preferences when you access our Platform and to customize your experience. Analytics cookies help us understand how our users interact with our Platform, allowing us to improve your experience and to enhance Stitch Services. We do this by, among other actions, measuring how well our services are functioning and tracking how you navigate through our Platform. We also rely on third-party cookies, like Google Analytics, to collect and analyze information.
Advertising cookies help us to develop targeted advertising and measure the performance of such ads. We partner with third-party advertisers to allow us and them to learn about which ads we’ve shown you and how you interacted with them on and off our Platform.
What choices do you have regarding cookies?
Most web browsers are set to accept cookies by default. If you prefer, you can usually set your browser to remove or reject cookies by following the instructions in your browser settings. Some analytics providers we partner with, like Google Analytics, may also provide you with additional opt-out mechanisms.
Note that deleting cookies or directing your browser to refuse them may limit your ability to use certain portions of our Platform.
If you have questions regarding this Cookies Policy, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.