Amicus Enterprises LLC’s Cookie and Tracking Technology Policy
Last modified: Feb 14, 2019 – This policy supersedes all prior cookie policies posted on or through www.Grizly.com.
Amicus Enterprises LLC (“QuizGriz” or “We” or “Us” or “Our”) respects your privacy and believes in transparency when it comes to cookies and other tracking technologies. This policy explains (1) what tracking technologies we use, (2) how we use them, and (3) what choices you have to limit what is being collected by these technologies.
- WHAT TECHNOLOGIES DO WE USE?
We use the following technologies in connection with our services:
- Cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is placed on your computer or mobile device when you interact with our services. There are two types of cookies: persistent cookies and session cookies. A persistent cookie helps us recognize an existing user, which, for example, allows us to keep track of your quiz progress and achievements. On the other hand, session cookies only last for as long as your current visit to our website. Both types of cookies provide us with information that helps make our services enjoyable, relevant, and secure.
- Web Beacons, Pixel Tags, and Similar Tracking Technologies. These technologies are small electronic files (also known as clear gifs, SDKs, pixel tags, and single-pixel gifs) that are embedded in the content that we provide through our services and in the electronic messages that we send you. Like cookies, such technologies provide us with information that we need to make our services enjoyable and relevant.
Important: All the third-party services described in the choices section below use all or some of the technologies listed above to collect information from our users to produce analytics or to facilitate interest-based advertising.
- HOW ARE THESE TECHNOLOGIES USED?
We use these technologies, including cookies, to help us deliver a better and more enjoyable service, including by enabling us to:
- Estimate our audience size and users’ usage patterns.
- Store information about your preferences, allowing us to customize our services according to your individual interests.
- Recognize you when you return to our services.
- Remember your quiz progress and the achievements you have completed.
- Analyze performance metrics.
- Understand how to make our services better.
- Serve interest-based advertising to you and others on or through our services or third-party ad networks.
Important: To the extent we use Facebook ad services (e.g., the Facebook Audience Network), Facebook may use tracking technologies, such as SDKs and pixel tags, to collect or receive information from users of our services and may use any such information collected to provide us with measurement services or the ability to target advertisements to users within Facebook’s ad network.
- WHAT CHOICES DO I HAVE?
We strive to provide you with choices regarding the information you provide us through the technologies described in this policy. Below are the tools available that allow you to control all or part of the information collected by these technologies:
- 33Across. Click here to opt-out of 33Across tracking through the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) opt-out page.
- Amazon Publisher Services. Click here to learn how to opt-out of Amazon advertising.
- AppNexus. Click here to learn how to opt-out out of AppNexus tracking.
- bRealtime (EMX). Click here to opt-out of EMX tracking through the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) opt-out page.
- Cloudflare. Click here to opt-out of Cloudflare tracking through the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) opt-out page.
- DistrictM. Click here to opt-out of DistrictM tracking.
- Disqus. Click here to learn how to opt-out of Disqus tracking.
- Facebook – If you do not want Facebook to collect your data or to share your data with us, there are several things you can do to control and/or limit what data is collected:
- do not login to our Services with your Facebook login,
- click here, and then set your “Ad settings” to “Not allowed,”
- go to the “Apps and Websites” setting within your Facebook account and remove our Services from your list of “Active Apps and Websites” and/or limit the information we can receive,
- click here and opt-out of Facebook tracking,
- if you are in the European Economic Area or United Kingdom, click here, select your location, and opt-out of Facebook tracking,
- on your Apple device, go to “Settings,” then “Privacy,” then “Advertising,” and select “Limit Ad Tracking,” or
- on your Android device, go to the “Settings” menu, then select the “Google” option, from there select “Ads”, then enable the toggle switch next to “Opt out of Ads Personalization.”
- Google Advertising. To control Google’s ad personalization, click here.
- Google Analytics. If you want to control the data collected by Google Analytics you can get the Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-On here. It is available for Microsoft Internet Explorer 11, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, and Opera.
- GumGum. Click here to learn how to opt-out of GumGum’s targeted ad program. You can also opt-out of GumGum data collection by using the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) opt-out page found here.
- Index Exchange. Click here to opt-out of Index Exchange tracking through the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) opt-out page.
- Oath Analytics. To opt-out of Oath interest-based advertising tracking, click here to opt-out through Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) or here to opt-out through Network Advertising Initiative (NAI).
- OpenX Ad Exchange. To opt-out of OpenX Ad Exchange interest-based advertising tracking, non-European Economic Area users, click here, and European Economic Area and UK users, click here and select your location.
- RTK (Aardvark). Click here to opt-out of RTK.io (Aardvark) tracking through the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) opt-out page.
- Rubicon Project. To opt-out of Rubicon Project tracking, click here, and update your preferences at the bottom of that page.
- Sovrn. Click here to opt-out of Sovrn tracking through the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) opt-out page.
- Taboola. To learn more about opting-out of Taboola tracking, click here and search for “opting out,” or click here to opt-out of Taboola tracking through the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) opt-out page.
- Twitter Ad Conversation Tracking. To opt-out of Twitter interest-based advertising tracking, click here.
Important: In order for your opt-out choices to be effective using these tools, you must ensure that your browser is set to accept third-party cookies such as the OpenX opt-out cookie. Some browsers block third-party cookies by default, and you may need to change your browser settings to accept third-party cookies before opting out.
Also, users in the European Economic Area or UK can click here to opt-out of interest-based advertising tracking used by many of the third parties listed above.
If you have any questions or concerns about any of these opt-out tools, please contact us at [email protected].
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