How We Use Cookie and Similar Technologies
1. When the User consults the website, GitMind implements cookies to the User’s computer or mobile device in order to better understand what services are valuable to our customers and to improve the website. GitMind may embed the First-party cookies created by the site you are visiting or the Third-party cookies created by the external services. Nevertheless, GitMind can only read cookies from GitMind website. Cookies specifically contain the User’s device information, the access time, the date and the user behavior on our website. The cookies we use are to:
1.1 Function. We may set up authentication and security cookies or anonymous IDs to verify that you are securely logged in to the service or that you are not experiencing theft, fraud, or other wrongdoing. These technologies also help us improve service efficiency, sign up for our services and increase the response speed.
1.2 Analytics cookies. We set Analytics cookies to help us improve our website by collecting and reporting information on how you use it including the number of visits on our website. A user can delete previously set persistent cookies manually or configure the browser settings to delete cookies at a set interval. However, you might not enjoy a full range of services based on cookies and similar technologies due to the corresponding cleanup operations.
2. Page tagging and pixels. Besides Cookie, GitMind also uses page tag or pixels to learn whether you’ve interacted with certain web URL or email content. This helps us improve our online services and personalize your experience.
3. Do not Track. Most web browsers come with the function of “Do Not Track”. This helps us send a request to websites not to collect or track your browsing data. At present, the major Internet standards organizations do not set any relevant policy to respond to this request. If you turn “Do Not Track” on in your browser, GitMind websites fully respect your choice.
4. Mobile App Analytics: In the mobile client, GitMind APP uses mobile analytics called AppsFlyer to capture data from mobile app and web app visitors to identify unique users, track their journeys, record their behavior, diagnose crashes and report on the app’s performance. GitMind does not link the information stored within the analytics software to any personal information you submit in the mobile client of the Licensed Software.