Last Updated: 1 December 2018
Aerofiler uses tracking technologies, such as cookies, web beacons and pixels, mobile advertising identifiers, and tracking URLs. This policy explains why we use these technologies, and the choices you have regarding them.
When you access our services, we may request your device to set a "cookie," which is a small file stored on your device that contains some data. For example, a cookie could allow us to recognize you as a repeat visitor, or store your preferences. Cookies have different expiration dates - some expire after you close your browser, and some stay around for a longer period of time and are reused the next time you access the services.
Tracking URLs, web beacons, and pixels let us determine when you may have opened a certain page, email or clicked on a certain link.
Mobile advertising identifiers let us recognize your mobile device. You can turn off or reset your mobile identifier in the privacy settings of your mobile device if you want advertisers to stop using your identifier.
We use tracking technologies for purposes that include:
We may allow certain business partners to place tracking technologies in the services in order to: (1) get their help in analyzing how users use and discover the services, (2) market and advertise Aerofiler services to you, and understand how you interact with advertisements, and (3) conduct risk assessments or help us detect or prevent malicious activity. For example, to better understand how people use the services, we use tools such as Google Analytics. To prevent Google Analytics from using your information for analytics, you may install the Google Analytics Opt-Out Browser by clicking here.
Third parties may also use tracking technologies (such as targeting and advertising cookies) to serve ads that they believe are of interest to you and measure the effectiveness of their ads where they are served. Learn more about targeting and advertising cookies, and how you can opt out from them, at the Network Advertising Initiative's opt-out page, the Digital Advertising Alliance's opt-out page, and http://youronlinechoices.eu. To opt out of Google Analytics for display advertising or customize Google display network ads, you can visit the Google Ads Settings page. As we do not control these opt-out mechanisms and do not guarantee the reliability or efficacy of them.
Even though you opt-out of targeting advertising, you may still received advertising content (but it will not be tailored to your interests).
You can configure your browser or mobile device to decline or block cookies. Learn how. Blocking cookies may result in parts of our services not working as intended or becoming inoperable for you.