By visiting, logging into, registering or using Craftybase (or “app”) or the Craftybase website, you agree that it’s okay for us to collect, use and transfer your personal data under the terms of this policy. If you’re not cool with this or don’t want to be bound by this policy, you can disable the cookies – see the “managing cookies” section below for details.
If you’re like us, you’ve probably not given too much thought to any cookie that doesn’t involve chocolate, so here are the essential facts: digital cookies are small files made up of bits of data, stored in your phone or computer’s temporary memory when you navigate around the web. Unless you have indicated your objection, our system will issue cookies to your computer when you access, register on and log on to the Craftybase website or use Craftybase. Cookies make it easier for you to log on to and use these sites during visits.
|What the cookie is used for||More Details||What type of cookie?|
|Logging you into Craftybase||To log you into Craftybase, we need to store a temporary cookie. This cookie will be automatically deleted after 20-minutes of inactivity, or after you log out.||First-Party|
|Auto-logging you into Craftybase||By checking “Remember Me on this Computer,” you choose to store a permanent cookie that allows you to access Craftybase without logging in each time. Be careful when you use this option, and only check this when you’re confident that your computer is secure.||First-Party|
|Recognising you as a return visitor||Using analytics software and a cookie, we can tell that you’ve visited Craftybase before, which helps us understand what parts of the site you’re coming back to see.||First-Party|
|Monitoring website traffic and video traffic.||We want to know which parts of our site are popular, so we use a cookie to analyse traffic as it moves around the Craftybase website.||First-Party and Third-Party (including Google)|
|Reminding you of Craftybase elsewhere||Many third parties such as weblogs, newspapers, search engines and other sites online will use a cookie to check if you’ve visited Craftybase lately, as part of a service that we use. If you have visited us, the third party will show you an advertising message on their website with Craftybase’s latest big news.||Third-Party (including Google)|
|Understanding how people found us||We want to know how Craftybase caught your eye, so we use a cookie to understand how you found Craftybase when you visit.||First-Party.|
|Customizing Craftybase to you||While you use Craftybase to do your books and inventory, we set a number of cookies that customize the Craftybase experience for you - for example, when you choose to show 50 projects per page, we’ll set a cookie to reflect that.||First-Party|
Note: A first-party cookie is created by Craftybase, and a third-party cookie is created by one of Craftybase’s suppliers or partners.
Personal information and cookies:
The only personal information a cookie can contain is information that you supply yourself -- a cookie cannot read data off your hard disk or read cookie files created by other sites. Your privacy and security are not compromised when you accept a cookie from the Craftybase website or Craftybase. You may set up your computer to reject cookies by following the relevant instructions in the “managing your cookies” section. If you switch off cookies, you may not be able to use parts of our website or app.
You can manage your cookies using your browser.
If you want to manage or disable cookies for the Craftybase website or any other site, you can do it by changing your browser settings. Look under the “Help” menu for specific instructions for your browser, or read on for details about the most common browsers:
For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
- Choose the menu “Tools” then “Internet Options”
- Click on the “Privacy” tab
- Select the setting the appropriate setting
For Mozilla Firefox:
- Choose the menu “Tools” then “Options”
- Click on the icon “Privacy”
- Find the menu “Cookie” and select the relevant options
You can find out more about cookies at www.allaboutcookies.org