OUR COOKIES USE POLICY
Information about you viewing, registering and using the training system located at: https://lms.beetroot.academy/login may be stored in "Cookies", set by us or third parties on your computer, tablet or smartphone.
WHAT are Cookies?
HTTP-cookie (Cookie, pl. Cookies) — in computer terminology, a term used to describe information in the form of text or binary data, obtained from a website on a web server that is stored by a client, i.e. a browser, and then sent to the same site if it is revisited..
Thus, the webserver notices the user's browser when visiting. Cookies are created at the initiative of a script on the side of a web browser. At the next visit, the server will know that the user has already been here.
By means of cookie- technology it is possible to learn the preferences of the visitor. Cookies are one of the most accurate means of identifying a unique user.
Cookies also (which is a small file with profile settings) make it easier to use the website by recording the data needed to log in and collect statistics.
Some cookies can be used to store the contents of the shopping cart, others - to save the language settings of the site, and others - for targeted advertising.
You can use the site without cookies. Cookies usually store your preferences on the site, such as your language, location, etc.
Most Internet users automatically accept cookies. They can be turned off at any time or the system can be configured to report all instances involving sending files of this type.
There are two types of cookies: "session" and "permanent". Session cookies are temporary and are stored only until the browser is turned off. Permanent cookies remain on your computer's hard drive or electronic media until they are deleted or expired.
The following categories of cookies are used when interacting with the training system:
Technical cookies: used to enable navigation of the Site and to ensure the security of the site.
Technical files include the following user information: IP address, browser type and language, link and exit pages, resource addresses (URLs), platform type, number of clicks, domain name, link pages, visit data, pages, viewed (including the order of their review), the amount of time spent on specific pages, the date and time of activity in the educational system and other similar information.
You may block the use of these cookies and delete them using your browser settings, but this may affect the proper operation of the Site.
These cookies have a very short lifespan, for essential cookies - session time, and for functional cookies - session time or several hours, but not more than one year.
Audience measurement cookies issued by us or our technical service providers (such as Google Analytics) and commercial partners to measure audiences for different content and sections of our Site, to evaluate them and to better organize them.
Audience measurement cookies are issued by us, our technical service providers or our partners. In addition to traffic analysis, they allow us to identify navigation problems when needed and thus improve the ergonomics of our services.
We also use Hotjar to better understand how our system works on your device. This software can record information about how often you use the LMS, and also gives us information about how you navigate the LMS. Data is used to improve customer interaction. We do not associate Hotjar information with any personal information you provide.
The lifespan of cookies for measuring the audience does not exceed 24 months.
You can opt-out of using your Google Analytics data by installing the "Disable Google Analytics" extension in your browser.
Learn more about Google Analytics privacy and security: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245/
HOW TO OPT-OUT COOKIES?
You can manage your cookie choices differently (see aboutcookies.org for more information):
To opt-out cookies by means of your browser’s or computer’s software:
Your browser may be configured to create cookies only with consent or to reject them altogether. However, we note that this may affect the proper operation of the websites.
Firefox: Cookie | Certificate Firefox
Opera: Web preferences
Internet Explorer: https://support.microsoft.com/uk-ua/topic/%D0%B2%D0%B8%D0%B4%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%BD%D1%8F-%D1%84%D0%B0%D0%B9%D0%BB%D1%96%D0%B2-cookie-%D1%82%D0%B0-%D0%BA%D0%B5%D1%80%D1%83%D0%B2%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%B
We may change this Cookie Information Document from time to time, for example, due to changes in the rules relating to cookies. The new Cookie Notice will take effect from the moment it is placed.
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