When you visit a website, a tiny file comprising a string of characters is delivered to your computer as a cookie. The cookie enables the website to recognise your browser when you return. User preferences and other data may be stored in cookies.
Cookies offer a time-saving feature or let the web server know when you visit a particular page again.
"First party cookies" are those placed by the website's owner (in this case, Buopso). "Third party cookies" are cookies that are placed by organisations other than the owner of the website. Third-party cookies make it possible for third-party features or functionality (such as advertising, interactive content, and analytics) to be offered on or through the website. When you visit the website in issue as well as some other websites, the parties who place these third-party cookies are able to identify your computer.
We employ both first-party and third-party cookies for a variety of purposes. We refer to some cookies as "essential" or "strictly necessary" cookies since they are vital for our websites to function technically. In order to improve user experience on our websites and subscription service, we can track and target the interests of our users using additional cookies. For instance, Buopso maintains track of the Websites and Buopso pages you visit in order to identify the most used or well-liked areas of the Buopso website or subscription service. Customers whose behaviour suggests that they are interested in a certain subject area are sent customised information and promotions inside the Buopso Website and Subscription Service. Through our websites, third parties deliver cookies for advertising, analytics, and other uses. More information on this is provided below.
The precise categories of first-party cookies and third-party cookies served through our websites, as well as the functions they fulfill, Visit this page for a list of the cookies that Buopso uses. These cookies consist of:
Cookies on a website that are strictly necessary to provide you with the services provided via our Websites are known as essential cookies.
Cookies for improved speed and functionality: These cookies are used to make our websites work better, but they are not required to use them. However, without these cookies, a few features might not work.
Cookies for analytics and website personalization: These cookies gather data that is analysed in aggregate to better understand how users interact with our websites, the effectiveness of our marketing activities, and how we can make our websites more useful to you.
Cookies for advertising purposes:
These cookies are used to personalise advertising messages for you. They carry out tasks including preventing the same ad from repeatedly showing up, making sure that ads are properly shown for advertisers, and occasionally choosing ads based on your interests.
Cookies from social networking sites:
These cookies help you share web pages and other material from our websites that you find interesting on third-party social networking and other websites. These cookies could also be employed for marketing functions.
How do I regulate cookies?
You are free to accept or reject cookies as you see fit. By clicking the relevant opt-out options provided below, you can express your cookie preferences.
Your web browser's options can be modified to accept or reject cookies. You can still use our website if you opt to reject cookies, but access to some features and portions of it could be limited. You should check your browser's help menu for more information because different web browsers have different methods for enabling cookie refusal.
Additionally, the majority of advertising networks give you the option to reject targeted advertising. Visit http://www.aboutads.info/choices/ or http://www.youronlinechoices.com for more information if you're interested. If you live in the European Union, you can opt out by visiting http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/ or by visiting http://optout.aboutads.info/ or http://optout.networkadvertising.org/. Please be aware that doing this does not prevent you from receiving ads. You'll keep getting unoriginal adverts.
Cookies from essential websites: You cannot reject these cookies since they are fundamentally required to deliver the Websites to you. However, as previously mentioned, you can block or remove them by altering your browser settings.
To delete tracking cookies from Buopso from your browser, go here.
How about additional tracking tools like web beacons?
Cookies are not the only method for identifying or tracking website visitors. By letting us know which material is working best, clear gifs, also known as web beacons or web bugs, help us administer the website and subscription service more effectively. Clear gifs, which are tiny visuals with a distinctive identifier and serve a purpose similar to that of cookies, are used to track how people use the Internet. Clear gifs, which are about the size of the period at the end of this sentence, are invisible images that are embedded on Web pages or in emails as opposed to cookies, which are saved on a user's computer hard drive. To track which of our HTML-based emails have been opened by recipients, we employ clear gifs or pixels. This enables us to evaluate the success of particular communications and our marketing strategies. We link the data obtained by clear gifs in emails to the Personal Information of our clients.
Do you employ Local Shared Objects or Flash cookies?
Although these are managed through a different interface than that offered by your Web browser, the Adobe Flash Player (and similar applications) use technology to remember settings, preferences, and usage in a manner similar to browser cookies. Locally stored objects produced by this technology are frequently referred to as "Flash cookies." Flash cookies are not used by Buopso. However, our software platform users may create Buopso platform pages that use Adobe Flash cookies. Flash cookies are not something Buopso has access to or control over, however you can access your Flash management tools directly from Adobe's website here.
Do you provide specialised advertising?
For the purpose of serving advertising on our Websites, third parties may place cookies on your computer or mobile device. To deliver relevant adverts for products and services you might be interested in, these businesses may utilise information about your visits to this and other websites. They might also use tools for evaluating how successful adverts are. In order to deliver relevant adverts about products and services that may interest you, they can do this by using cookies or web beacons to gather information about your visits to this and other websites. Unless you choose to offer your name, contact information, or other personally identifying information, the information gathered via this method does not allow us or them to identify you.
Where can I find further details?
Email privacy@Buopso.com if you have any inquiries about how we utilise cookies or other technology.