Cookies Policy

Effective Date: September 7, 2023

This policy provides information about how and when we use cookies. Capitalized terms used in this policy but not defined have the meaning set forth in our Privacy Policy, which also includes additional details about the collection and use of information at AtlasX.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files sent by us to your computer or mobile device, which enables AtlasX features and functionality. They are unique to your account or your browser. Session-based cookies last only while your browser is open and are automatically deleted when you close your browser. Persistent cookies last until you or your browser delete them or until they expire. To find out more about cookies, visit this site.

Does AtlasX use cookies?

Yes. AtlasX uses cookies and similar technologies like single-pixel gifs and web beacons. We use both session-based and persistent cookies. AtlasX sets and accesses our own cookies on the domains operated by AtlasX and its corporate affiliates (collectively, the “Sites”). In addition, we use third party cookies, like Google Analytics.

What third-party cookies does AtlasX use?

Please note that third parties (including for example, advertising networks and providers of external services like web traffic analysis services) may also use cookies on our Services. We use trusted partners like DoubleClick and Google AdWords to help us service advertising. We also use Google Analytics and Lucky Orange on our Services to help us analyze how our Services are used. Google Analytics uses performance cookies to track visitor interactions. For example, by using cookies, Google can tell us which pages our users view, which are most popular, what time of day our websites are visited, whether visitors have been to our websites before, what website referred the visitor to our websites, and other similar information. Similarly, we use Lucky Orange to help us understand the steps taken by users to experience bugs and usability issues.

We have little control over these “third party” cookies, so we suggest that you check the respective privacy policies for these external services to help you understand what data these organizations hold about you and what they do with it. While we do our best to keep this list updated, please note that the number and names of cookies, pixels and other technologies may change from time to time.

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  • Lucky Orange:

What can you do if you don’t want cookies to be set or want them to be removed, or if you want to opt out of interest-based targeting?

Some people prefer not to allow cookies, which is why most browsers give you the ability to manage cookies to suit you. In some browsers you can set up rules to manage cookies on a site-by-site basis, giving you more fine-grained control over your privacy. What this means is that you can disallow cookies from all sites except those that you trust. To learn more about how to disable cookies, visit this site.

Does AtlasX respond to Do Not Track Signals?

There is no uniform or consistent standard or definition for responding to, processing, or communicating Do Not Track signals. At this time the Services do not function differently based a user’s Do Not Track signal. For more information on Do Not Track signals, see All About Do Not Track.