Cookies are text files containing small pieces of data- such as a username or a password that help identify your computer as you make use of a computer network to access a website. HTTP cookies are popularly used which help to identify users as well as improve your web surfing experience.
Cookies may be set by the site you are visiting (called “first-party cookies”) or by a third party, such as those who provide auditing, analytics, advertising services or interactive content on the site (“third-party cookies”).
These cookies are used to store and receive information from devices that can easily connect to a website such as computers, phones and other technology-driven devices. In this policy all such devices that can identify and keep information as described above will be referred to as "cookies" going forward.
Cookies store your preferences and enable us send targeted advertisement towards you as well as provide you with customised experiences and specific content. For example, based on the kind of beeps you like and post about on Factbeep we shall send across sponsored ads relating to your preferred beeps. As an administrator, cookies will allow you to seamlessly switch between your personal account on Factbeep to your administration platform.
Third-party websites and apps
We have no control over cookies used by our business partners who may share information with Factbeep from cookies set in their own websites' domains whether you are a visitor on Factbeep or registered user.
Cookies are placed on your computer and devices and we receive information stored when you use or visit:
1. The Factbeep Products
How to control Cookies as auser
As a user, there are several ways you can control the use of Factbeep cookies and the information it gathers your device which could be a computer or a mobile phone.
Your mobile device settings also allow the user to control cookies on sites you visit by using an Android or iOS operating software that allows you to install apps.