Quackquack.in aims to offer its members with products and services, which are trustworthy, making it simpler for them to build some of the meaningful connections. Our company is here and believes in 100% privacy. We will provide you with ample and clear-cut information on the current data practices that we follow. So, we have kept the technical and legal jargon completely to the minimum.
Cookies are defined as small files, which are sent to-from the web browsers via memory of your device. Cookie might have name of domain, from where the cookie might have been originated, the lifetime of the cookie (i.e when it will expire), and it will generate one random unique or similar identifier. A Cookie might have some information about the device you are using, like browsing history, user settings and some activities conducted while using our services.Different types and forms of cookies as used:
There are first and third party cookies. The first party ones are placed on the device, directly from our part. For ex, these first party cookies are used to adapt to language preferences of the browser or to better understand your usage of the website. On the other hand, we have third party cookies, placed on devices by service providers and our partners. The third party cookies are mainly used for measuring user numbers on our website or just to enable you to share content with others across multiple social media platforms.
We have Persistent and Session cookies, for you. Session cookies till you close the browser. It is also used for many reasons, such as to learn about user session and also helping you to use the website in more efficient manner. The Persistent ones will have longer lifespan and wont delete whenever closing browser. Such cookies are mostly used for helping you to sign right in and for analytical purposes.
Web beacons (called pixels or gifs), tracking URLs or SDKs are mainly used for same purposes. Web beacons are mainly tiny graphic files having unique identifiers to recognize someone who has visited our services we offer or has opened any email that we sent them. On the other hand, there are tracking URLs, noted mostly as customized generated links that help us understand the flow of traffic that our website gets. SDKs, on the other hand, are smaller code pieces added in apps, working more like web beacons and cookies.
Just like any other online services, cookies are used for securing, and providing the services we offer. It will include remembering preferences, recognizing user while visiting website after first time and personalizing and tailoring ads matching up to your needs. For getting hands on these services, we might link info from other cookies with personal info about you.
Whenever you use our website or apps, there might be some or other cookies presented to your device.
Cookies can be managed in several ways. Please note that the changes you make to cookie preferences may make browsing our website a less satisfying experience. In some instances, you may be able to use all parts of the website.Devices control and browser:
Some browsers offer you with settings to control or even reject cookies or might alert you whenever any cookie is placed on your device. These cookie management processes are a bit different for every internet browser. Make sure to find the steps in the selected browser help menu.
You can also reset device identifiers by just switching from your mobile settings. This process is a bit different for every device and you can find the steps in settings menu for more details.Internet related ad tools:
Opting out will not mean that you won’t see the ads. It means you won’t get personalized ads from companies, participating in such programs. If you delete cookies, you have to opt out again.Social cookies:
To share content on social media, some website features might use social media based plugins. Based on the account settings, we will receive info automatically from social media platforms while using corresponding button on site. You can refer to the respective social media’s privacy and cookie policies for more details.Cookies from Google: