What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that a website you visit places on your device. Cookies are then sent back to the website or to another website that recognizes the cookie each time you visit. Cookies are used to make a website work or to work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to website owners. Such information can be used to provide more customized and interactive services. Cookies can be either our cookies, which we have placed directly on your device, or third-party cookies, which are placed on our behalf by an independent provider. Each time you use Vanilla. PDF Labs website, information may be collected using cookies and other similar technologies (for example web beacons, tags, scripts, local storage).
Cookies we may use and why
Cookies that Vanilla. PDF Labs uses may be divided into following categories:
Essential – cookies that are required for the website and cannot be turned off in Vanilla. PDF Labs systems. They are usually set up only in response to your service request steps, such as setting your privacy preferences, signing in or filling out forms.
Analytics and performance – cookies that allow Vanilla. PDF Labs to track analytics data, such as visits and traffic sources, so that it can measure and improve the performance of it website. They may be set up by Vanilla. PDF Labs or third – party providers (for example Adobe, Google, Akamai, Brightcove, Qualtrics) to help determine which pages or videos are the most and least popular and how visitors navigate the website.
Functional – cookies that allow Vanilla. PDF Labs website to provide advanced features and customization based on your interaction with the website. They may be set up by Vanilla. PDF Labs or by independent providers, such as Adobe, whose services we have added to our site.
Advertising and target – cookies that can be set through Vanilla. PDF Labs website by their advertising partners, such as Adobe. These companies can use them to profile your interests and display relevant ads on other websites.
Social media – cookies that are set by social media services (for example Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook) that Vanilla. PDF Labs added to the website so that you can share their content with your friends and acquaintances. These cookies can track browsing of other websites and create a profile of your interests. This can affect content and messages that you see on other websites.
To manage your cookies preferences while visiting Vanilla. PDF Labs website, click on “Manage cookie settings” below.
How long do cookies stay on my device?
How long cookies remain on your device depends on whether they are “permanent” or “temporary” cookies. The “permanent” cookie will be stored in your web browser until the specified expiration date unless you delete it earlier. The “temporary” cookie is deleted at the end of your session when you close your web browser.
How can I control cookies?
You can control and manage cookies in different ways. Keep in mind that deleting or disabling cookies may affect your user experience and some parts of Vanilla. PDF Labs website may not be fully functional.
You can usually manage and control cookies in your browser settings. For detailed information how to do this, visit http://www.aboutcookies.org/.
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Changes to the Cookies Policy
Vanilla. PDF Labs may change its Cookies Policy anytime. When it happens, Vanilla. PDF Labs change the date at the bottom of this page and this amendment to Cookies Policy will take effect in relation to you and your information as of that date.