Please read the following carefully to understand how and why this Website uses your IP address, cookies and local storage. You must give your express consent in order to access and browse our website www.parlaybay.com] bearing the name ParlayBay and or for you to be possible to download directly from our Website, hereafter referred to as the “Website”. If you do not accept the provisions of this Policy, you must exit our Website immediately.
Last Updated: 16.09.2021
Tequity Ventures (“We”, “Us” “Our”) collects two types of information about you resulting from your use of its Website (i) personal information, including your name and e-mail address (if registered user) and (ii) aggregate information, this being generated from the practices which We have in place in relation to ‘cookies’ and the Internet Protocol Address (“IP Address”) of its users.
What Happens When You Visit the Website
Every time you connect to the internet or, if you use an always-on connection, such as broadband or ADSL, when you boot up or restart your computer, you are automatically assigned a unique identifying number known as an IP Address. This IP Address, which contains information regarding the location of your computer on the internet (your country of origin) and the name of your internet service provider (“ISP”), is automatically logged by our Website.
What is an IP Address?
When you first started your internet session (i.e. your computer connected to the internet), your computer was automatically assigned a unique number, known as an IP Address. This is your computer’s unique address on the internet. Without such an IP Address, websites would not be able to deliver their content to you as they would not be able to find your computer on the internet. Since each time you disconnect and reconnect to the internet a new IP Address can be automatically assigned to your computer, IP Addresses are not inherently capable of identifying you as an individual (at least, by themselves).
An IP Address does, however, contain information regarding the location of your computer on the internet (your country) and the name of your ISP.
How Do We Collect Your IP Address?
Each time you visit a page on our Website, your computer sends out a message to our servers asking for the content. This message sent by your computer also encloses your IP Address as a form of “return address” so that the Website may find your computer in order to send it the requested content. Our web-server automatically logs all these messages.
What Do We Do With Your IP Address?
When we log your IP Address, the data collected is grouped up with the other logged IP Addresses in order to provide us with the statistics on the geographic location of visitors to our Website, which are the most viewed pages and for other statistical reasons.
We gather your IP address automatically and store it in log files. These files also contain information relating to your browser type, ISP, operating system, date/time stamp, clickstream data and the files viewed on our Website. Collecting this type of information allows us to generate aggregate information for the purposes of our Website, including in terms of overall user trends and activities online (such as the number of unique visitors, pages accessed most frequently or the search terms entered). It also allows us to administer our Website, diagnose any potential server problems, analyse visitor trends and statistics, and generally help us to provide you with a better internet experience. IP Addresses are not stored for longer than necessary for the above stated purposes.
A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that we store on your browser or the hard drive of your computer if you agree. A cookie enables the website to remember users that have already visited. Without a cookie, every time you open a new web page, the server where that page is stored will treat you like a completely new visitor. Cookies allow us to remember your custom preferences such as your language preference and allow you to complete tasks without having to re-enter your information when browsing in order to make browsing on our Website easier.
We use the following cookies:
Strictly necessary cookies. These are cookies that are required for the operation of our Website. Namely, by way of illustration, they include cookies that enable you to log into secure areas of our Website and make use of its check-out functionality.
Analytical/Performance cookies. They allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and to see how visitors move around our Website when they are using it. This helps us to improve the way the Website works, for example, by ensuring that users are finding what they are looking for easily.
Functionality cookies. These are used to recognise you when your return to the Website. This enables us to personalise our content for you, greet you by name and remember your preferences (for example, your choice of language or region).
Targeting cookies. These cookies record your visit to the Website, the pages you have visited and the links you have followed. We will use this information to make the Website and the advertising displayed on it more relevant to your interests. We may also share this information with third parties for this purpose.
Session cookies. These cookies contain encrypted information to allow our system to uniquely identify you while you are logged in. Session cookies exist only during an online session. They disappear from your computer when you close your browser software. These allow us to process your requests and help us make sure you are who you say you are after you’ve logged in.
You can block cookies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies), you may not be able to access all or parts of our Website. Moreover, some parts of our Website may not function properly if you choose not to accept cookies.
Except for essential cookies, all cookies will expire within 4 weeks.
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