What are cookies?
Cookies are bits of text that are downloaded to your browser as you surf the web. They are created by a web server and as needed are transmitted back to that server. The cookie’s purpose is to carry bits of information, like which page you’ve visited and how often, where you’ve left reading the last time, and other information about your interaction with the website. The more types of cookies your browser allows to be stored, the more unique your digital footprint gets. Still not clear? Don’t worry! Cookies & you explains cookies in a way understandable for everyone!
How to reject / delete / accept cookies ?
You can prevent cookies from being stored or remove cookies already stored by adjusting the settings in your browser. Your browser’s privacy settings could prevent our Activity Log from capturing every detail about you. Please, find below the links from top used browsers to the instructions to adjust your cookie settings:
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What cookies do we use ?
Would you like to see how unique your digital footprint is?
With Panopticklick, you can check how your digital footprint looks like for every website you visit. Panopticlick measures the unique characteristics of your browsing setup, logs them, and then tells you just how unique that signature is.
What is done with our information?
The details provided, with Squarespace Analytics, give us insight of which content is popular, where you got referred from and how often it has been visited. Your digital footprint helps us to determine your interest and the overall effect of our content. For instance, we can now figure out how effective it is to share our events on the website.