[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]Use of Cookies and Web Beacons

Quadcopterarena.com can resort to the use of cookies in order to provide the online user with a personalized experience. These cookies are a type of identifier which reaches one’s hard drive from the web browser used, enabling thus the system to acknowledge the used browser.

A cookie’s role is to notify the web server that someone has opened the website for the first time, or is visiting a specific page. Should one register onto the website’s pages, or even register to use some of the site’s services, the cookies used by the website facilitate to remember precise information concerning one’s visits of the website.

The user can easily reject these cookies by the changing of settings from the used browser. Still, the refusal to use cookies can limit one’s access to all the interactive features that the site comprises.

A web beacon, also known as a web bug, is a type of image file, a very transparent one, used to keep track of one’s movements on a website (s). They are commonly used by those websites which resort to the use of third-party services in order to keep track of the traffic. Also, their usage while associated with cookies allows one to better understand the manner in which users respond to the content of webpages.

While browsing this website, Google Analytics and advertising cookies shall be collecting information connected to demographics and expressed interests, right from the used browser, but shall not approach any other personal information. Should one wish his/her data not to be used by Google Analytics, he/she should utilize the opt-out tool https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/.

Third-party advertising companies place ads on the websites of quadcopterarena.com. These companies monitor the amount of time that an advertisement has been viewed with the help of cookies and web beacons. Yet, these cookies and web beacons do not access the personal information provided and thus cannot create a connection between the user and the available information.

Other third-party advertisements come from Google, by the usage of the Double Click cookie. The latter helps Google send ads to those users taken from their visits on the web. This service can also be disabled through the following link:
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The browser can be programmed in an automatic manner, to notify the user when cookies are accepted, rejected or even requested. To overcome the web beacons, one can implement privacy software. None of these actions shall affect the existence of our website.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_widget_sidebar sidebar_id=”td-homepage-sidebar”][/vc_column][/vc_row]