In this document, our website (www.apapers.net) is referred to as “we,” “us,” and “our.” A user who interacts with this website or makes any orders here is referred to as “you.”
Cookies are a type of files stored on your computer in order to collect information about your preferences and your visits. These files are sent from the server of our company to your device once you open the Website in your browser.
These files allow us to see your preferences on our Website. For example, they help you stay logged in and save information about your orders.
You agree that we can use this type of files when you visit the Website. This applies to reading cookies and other settings of your computer or any other device. You can disable cookies at any moment, however, you shouldn’t forget that cookies are very important for any web page to function properly. Therefore, we cannot guarantee the proper work of our Website if you choose to disable cookies on your device.
What Cookies We Use
We use the persistent type of cookies and save these files in order to remember your preferences. This type of cookies is used between sessions.
We also use such files as session cookies. This type of files helps us collect temporary data about your experience. These cookies are deleted from your device every time you close the Website. This type of cookies allows us to ensure the safety of financial transactions. These cookies are also important for online communication.
- to provide 24/7 support service and its live chat;
- in order forms — you may be unable to make an order if you choose to disable cookies;
- to help you stay signed in;
- to track your activity with the help of Google Analytics.
Cookie Table: cookies used on the Website
The table below explains the main cookies set by the Website and their purpose.
|_ga, _gat, _gat_UA-26122131-1, _gali, __utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmt, __utmz||These following cookie files are connected with web analytics and are set forth Google Inc. They are utilized in order to gather details about how website visitors interact with the site. We gather the information in order to improve the Website. For more info visit Cookies Set by Google Analytics and Google Analytics Privacy Overview|
|super_domain_stat, partner_sub_id, partner_id, p__utmz, p__utmzt, p__keyword, p__keywordt, partner_cid, super_domain, partner_referer||These cookie files are used to track our affiliates. When an affiliate promotes our Services they use a referral URL. When a customer clicks this link and lands on our Website, the affiliate’s ID is stored in a cookie, within the customer’s browser.|
|APISID, HSID, NID, SAPISID, SID, SSID, GMAIL_RTT, GOOGLE_ABUSE_EXEMPTION, OTZ, S||These are cookie related to Google services (as Google Maps or Gmail). They are utilized by Google for accumulation of preferences of different visitor and details about their actions when inspecting pages which have Google services on them.|
|PHPSESSID||The PHPSESSID cookie is native to PHP and allows websites to collect and accumulate serialized state data. We use this cookie file in order to create a session for each user and to forward the state data through a temporary cookie. This cookie is often denoted as a session cookie. The PHPSESSID cookie does not expire, however, it disappears when the client closes the webpage and leaves.|
|client_country, client_ip, client_start_time, order_page_time, last_visit, visit_count, first_visit_time, order_type, order_time, order_type_new, de_client, un, un1||These cookies help us to identify visitors and track your activity on the Website. For example, “client_country” cookie lets us provide you with the correct country specific content.|
|datr, reg_ext_ref, reg_fb_gate, fr||Facebook provides these types of cookie files. They are set up when a visitor is currently logged in or using their service in any way. This permits the visitor to share and comment on an article with ease through the social network.|
|guest_id, twitter_ads_id||Twitter provides these cookie files, which are used in combination with other social Twitter plugins to allow you to easily follow our Twitter pages, share content via your Twitter account and show the latest tweet. Twitter also uses these cookies to improve their own service.|
|go_back_modal_shown, sign_up_form, discount_code, banner_show, marketing_info, app_banner_close, thnks_banner_close, check_cap, client_lead, client_leads, client-lead-informer-closed||These cookies store information which enables us to remember visitor preferences, and also used to improve visitors’ experience by, for example, stopping visitors from being shown the same (pop-up) message twice.|
|wordpress_test_cookie||WordPress sets this cookie when you go to the login page. This cookie file is allows checking whether your web browser is set to allow, or reject cookies.|
|wordpress_logged_in_xxxxx||This cookie is used by WordPress to specify when you’re logged in, and who you are, for most interface use.|
|wp-settings-xxxxx,wp-settings-time-xxxxx||This cookie file is also used by WordPress to personalize your view of the admin interface, and perhaps the main interface of the website as well.|
How to Manage Cookies
Every user can delete or block cookies at any moment, however, we cannot ensure the correct work of our Services if you decide to disable cookies.
We need to see how different customers interact with the interface of the website, that’s why we work with Google Analytics. Cookies record details about your activity on the website and then send this information to Google. This approach allows us to calculate statistical data and to improve our Services.
If you want to better understand how to manage these files, visit this link: www.allaboutcookies.org.
If you want Google Analytics to stop tracking your activity, please visit http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.