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What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files placed on your computer, smartphone, tablet or other device (each a “device”) by your internet browser containing small amounts of information that we provide. These files are harmless to your device, do not contain any information that personally identifies you, and are only accessible by us. Cookies are typically classified as either “session cookies” which do not stay on your device after you close your browser or “persistent cookies” which will typically remain on your device until you delete them or they expire.
Certain features of the website depend upon cookies to function. UK and EU Cookie Law deems these cookies to be “strictly necessary”. These cookies can be placed on your device without your consent, but you can still block them by changing your internet browser’s settings (see below).
When you visit our website through a browser which accepts the setting of cookies, you give your express consent to the placing of the cookies referred to as “strictly necessary” cookies on your device. These first party, strictly necessary cookies are placed directly by Coding Dojo and are used only by Coding Dojo.
You may, if you wish, deny consent to the placing of cookies; however, certain features of the website may not function fully or as intended and you may not be able to access your Coding Dojo account.
We use third party cookies
We used trusted partners like Google AdWords and Facebook to help us in service advertising. We also use Google Analytics, which may set cookies (not strictly necessary), when you interact with Coding Dojo’s website. Google Analytics refers to a set of tools used to collect and analyze usage statistics, enabling us to better understand how users use our website. This, in turn, enables us to improve our service. For example, by using cookies, Google can tell us which pages our users view, which are most popular, what time of the day our websites are visited, whether our visitors have been to our websites before, and other similar information.
How do I disable cookies?
You can choose to enable or disable cookies in your internet browser. Most internet browsers also enable you to choose whether you wish to disable all cookies or only third party cookies. By default, most internet browsers accept cookies but this can be changed. Please note that if you use your browser settings to block all cookies you may not be able to access some parts of our or other’s services. The following links provide information on how to modify cookies settings on some popular browsers:
Updates to this policy
Coding Dojo reserves the right to update this notice as we may deem necessary from time to time or as may be required by law. Any changes will be posted to Coding Dojo’s website or made available for viewing within your Coding Dojo Account and you are deemed to have accepted the terms of the notice on your first use of the Service following the alternation.