What is a cookie?
A cookie is an element of data that a website sends to your browser. Once accepted by your browser, cookies might send information about you or your use of a website to the website’s operator or other parties. Your browser may also store cookies on your computer’s hard drive. There are many different types of cookies and they vary in their collection and use of information.
What types of cookies does Pruvent use?
We use Google Analytics cookies (“Google Analytics”) on the Site. These cookies anonymously store visitor data and site usage for an analytics report. We also use a cookie that limits the collection of visitor data if the Site experiences high traffic. We do not sell any of the information obtained by the Site’s cookies and we only share this information with Google. For more information on Google Analytics, please see Google’s descriptions of its cookies here. We do not receive any personal identifying information, such as your name or email address, by way of the Site’s cookies. The cookies we use do not track your Internet usage after you leave the Site. We will not use any information provided by the Site’s cookies to identify you in any way.
How can I disable cookies?