The data collected are strictly for internal use and in no case are communicated to third parties.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is inserted into your computer the first time you visit a page, on each computer there is a folder where they save all cookies that are entered. Please note that there is no virus in a cookie.
Serves so that when you re-enter the web can offer you the information you're most interested in, because it saves information about a user. For more information about cookies, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org
To remove cookies from major browsers:
Internet Explorer, you must go through the Tools menu in Internet Options, once there, to the Privacy tab, where you can adjust the level of security you want to browse the Internet. Furthermore, in the General tab of the same menu you can delete both the cookies and the history of the pages visited. Internet Explorer 8 is included In Private browsing mode that prevents the browser from storing cookies, temporary Internet files, history and other data.
Firefox, from the Tools menu select Options, and finally, Privacy from which the user can decide which cookies accepted, from whom and for how long you want to store on your computer. Also, if you press the delete cookies individually, are access to a menu that allows you to delete these files from your computer. Firefox includes private browsing option from the tools menu.
Chrome, you should select the Tools menu, then Options, click the Advanced tab and go to the Security section, from setting cookies, click Show Cookies button and delete all cookies from the list by clicking the Delete All button. You can also delete all cookies that you have created in a given period with the option Clear Browsing Data from the Tools menu.
Opera (Windows), click the Tools menu, then select delete personal information, then re-click Detailed Options, select Erase all footprints, uncheck the other Private Data options that you do not want to delete and click Remove.
Safari (Windows), click the Edit menu, select Preferences, then Security, show cookies, click Remove All and OK to
close the cookies list.
What data is stored in cookies airtanzania.co.tz?
Only an identifier that allows us to recognize the computer you're browsing to show you the most relevant information based on the behavior collected on previous visits (page views, date and time, etc..). This identifier is not associated in any time to any personal data.
What do we do with that information?
Thanks to the cookie if you selected a favorite store, you can get information from the store as you enter the website, in addition to personalized bulletins. We also use the information stored in cookies to remarketing, allowing us to show in our advertising those products that may interest you. This technology is implemented through the Google Analytics for advertisers Display Network. If you want to disable this option you can do announcements at the following link: Ads Preferences Manager . And if you want to disable any ability to record directly from your visitors through Google Analytics, you can do so by installing the Opt-out Browser Add-on Google Analytics .
These Cookies from Google collects anonymous user data for various purposes:
The ID of each DoubleClick cookie is essential for these applications. For example, DoubleClick cookie uses the ID to keep track of the ads that are displayed in each browser. When an ad in a browser, you can use the DoubleClick cookie ID that browser to check DoubleClick ads that have already been published on it. This is how DoubleClick ads prevents the user has already seen. In the same way, cookie IDs enable DoubleClick record related conversions ad requests, for example, when a user sees an ad for DoubleClick and then use the browser to visit the advertiser's website and make a purchase.
DoubleClick cookies do not contain personally identifiable information. Sometimes the cookie contains an additional identifier that looks like the cookie ID. This identifier is used to identify an advertising campaign where a user stated above, but DoubleClick does not keep other data in the cookie and any personally identifiable data.
When sending DoubleClick cookies to a browser?
DoubleClick sends a cookie to the browser after every print, click, or other activity that results in a call to the server, DoubleClick. If your browser accepts the cookie, this is stored in it.
The most common is that DoubleClick send a cookie to the browser when a user visits a page that displays ads from DoubleClick. The DoubleClick ad pages include ad tags that tell the browser to request ad content to the DoubleClick ad server. When the server delivers ad content, it also sends a cookie. However, a page has to display ads DoubleClick for this to happen, you just need to include DoubleClick ad tags, which could load a tracker system or printing a pixel instead.
If a user disables this function with the Ads Preferences Manager , the ID unique DoubleClick cookie in the user's browser is overwritten with the phase "opt_out". Because there is no longer unique cookie ID, the cookie disabled can not be associated to a particular browser.
Analytics: collects user behavior within the web with built-in analytics and improvement of our services. With this cookie better understand what type of user we visit, which pages or sections interest you most, what options do you prefer in our services, and so on. and through that promote improvements within the page to bring up the content that really interests you.
Adwords Conversion: indicates when a user has clicked on an ad network Google Adwords just buying any of our products, so that we can track which of our campaigns are cost effective and thus improve our services to the user .
Tag Manager: This cookie allows us to simply group all Google cookies cited within the same script for the management and monitoring are necessary.
We also use two cookies that are not analytic Google as parallel systems:
ClickTale: This cookie has a purely analytical and tracks a visit through all the pages you view, how it behaves, what pages you are interested, what are the hot spots, etc.. We use it to compare the data from Google Analytics and get a better reading of what interests our users. All information about ClickTale here: http://www.clicktale.com
Comm100: This plug-in allows better communication with users, enabling establishing chat rooms between our team and the public to asesoraer about our products and provide assistance during the process. The tool also allows visits analytical functions and serves to make better reads of user behavior. All information about Comm100 here: http://www.comm100.com
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