What are Cookies?
Cookies can be placed on your device by our website (“first party cookies”)or by a third party service on our website (“third party cookies”).
Cookies can also be grouped into two categories, Session and Persistent cookies:
Session cookies are stored on your device for the duration of your browser session and are deleted after you close your browser.
Persistent cookies remain on your device even after you close your browser.
Our website uses different types of cookies for different purposes. These are summarized below:
Strictly Necessary Cookies - These cookies are required for our website and some of its features to function. Because of this, these cookies are automatically set when you visit our website.
Analytical Cookies - These cookies collect information that tells us how you use our website, which pages are most visited, and how and where you are accessing our website. This information allows us to create more relevant content and improve user experience.
Functionality Cookies - These cookies allow our website to remember you and keep your selections or preferred settings for future visits.
Digital Convergence may use third party service providers to send communications and marketing information to you if you provide us with your contact information. Third party service providers may place cookies in your device if you open an email from us and/or click on any links in the email. These cookies help us refine our email communications, providing you with better content in line with your interests.
You can adjust your browser’s privacy settings to block all or some cookies if you do not want them stored in your device. Some of our website’s features may not work properly if certain cookies are blocked.
To remove cookies that have been previously stored on your device, you can delete these by clearing them from your internet browser history.