Cookies Policy

What Exactly Are Cookies?

When you access the internet, cookies are little text files that are saved on your local device. Cookies are used whenever you visit a website, regardless of whether you are using a computer, tablet, or smartphone device.

 

Cookies enable a website to recognise a user’s device and so enhance the user experience. Cookies can be used to remember user preferences, to provide a more personalised experience, to facilitate navigation between sites, to verify their identity, to produce website visitor statistics, and to enable purchasing capabilities.

 

On this website, https://The Coin Times, as well as any sub-domains, cookies are used. They are used to enhance our users’ experience and to ensure that all users have a secure and personalised experience. Cookies are used in a non-intrusive and secure manner.

 

We hope that our Cookie Policy clarifies what cookies we use, how we use them, and how they help our users. Our cookies are unobtrusive and do not keep any sensitive personal data or information about you, such as your name, address, personal telephone number, or email address.

 

We are constantly striving to ensure security and respect our users’ privacy. Certain third-party cookies, such as those from Google Analytics or Facebook, may be utilised to enhance the user experience. All cookies are anonymous and cannot access any personal data or information kept on your personal PC, tablet, smartphone, or other web-enabled device.

 

Additional information about cookies is available at gov.uk/help/cookies.

This Website makes use of cookies (The Coin Times)

If you have configured your browser to accept cookies, our website will be able to use them to provide you with the best possible user experience. You can find instructions on how to activate/deactivate cookies on your device below.

 

To ensure maximum transparency, the table below details the cookies we employ and why:

 

Cookie Cookie Name Cookie Purpose Additional Information

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Google Analytics is used to track the amount of visitors to The Coin Times, as well as search queries and visits. Google Analytics anonymously stores IP addresses on its servers in the United States. Neither Crypto News nor Google associate your IP address with any information that may be used to identify you personally.

 

These cookies allow Google to know if you are a repeat visitor and to monitor the pages you view during your session.

 

google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html

PHP PHPSESSID

PHPSESSID is a PHP application-specific cookie token. It is used on this website, for example, to identify your unique session.

 

This cookie is typically used to ensure the session’s integrity while you are transacting with a website. This includes form submissions and secure area access, to name a few.

This cookie contains no personal information and is automatically deleted when visitors close their browser.

 

This cookie is required, and if disabled, certain elements of the website may fail to function or operate at a reduced capacity.

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This cookie is used to facilitate communication with Twitter. For instance, it is used to determine whether a user has already followed our Twitter account from their Twitter account. twitter.com/privacy

LinkedIn __qca\sbcookie\slang\sIN HASH\s leo profile\s lipt

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leo auth token

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Cookie\svisit

This cookie enables our website to communicate with LinkedIn.

This could be used to determine whether a visitor already follows our LinkedIn account.

linkedin.com/static?key=privacy policy

Facebook

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This cookie enables our website to communicate with Facebook.

It may be used, for example, to determine whether a visitor already follows our Facebook page and to personalise material accordingly.

facebook.com/help/?page=176591669064814

YouTube VISITOR INFO1 LIVE

This cookie is used to store a visitor’s preferences for YouTube.

This might be used to save past watch histories and loudness preferences.

google.co.uk/intl/en/policies/privacy/

How to Change the Cookie Preferences on Your Device

On the majority of devices, most browsers are already configured to accept cookies automatically. If necessary, you may update, amend, or disable your cookie settings via your browser choices.

 

Google Chrome on a desktop computer

  1. Click on the spanner icon, followed by “Settings.”
  2. On the left-hand side, under the new tab, click “Under the Hood.”
  3. Select “Content Settings” from the “Privacy” menu.
  4. From the cookies menu, select the amount of privacy you desire.

 

Microsoft Internet Explorer

  1. Select “Tools” and then “Internet Options.”
  2. Select the “Privacy” tab from the menu bar.
  3. Adjust your cookie settings using the privacy level slider. Each option will be accompanied by a description of the cookie setting.

 

Firefox, Mozilla

  1. Select “Tools” and then “Internet Options.”
  2. Select the “Privacy” option.
  3. You can alter your browser’s history settings to ensure that your cookie settings are updated as desired.

 

Internet Explorer on an Apple Mac (MacOS X)

  1. From the Explorer menu, select “Preferences.”
  2. Select “Receiving Files” from the menu.
  3. Select “Cookies”.
  4. Customize your settings.

 

Mozilla

  1. From the “Edit” menu, choose “Preferences.”
  2. Under “Privacy & Security,” click “Privacy & Security.”
  3. Then click on “Cookies.”
  4. Select your chosen cookie settings from the drop-down menu.

 

Safari version 1.0 (MacOS X)

  1. From the Safari menu, select “Preferences.”
  2. Right-click on the Security icon.
  3. Your cookie preferences are displayed in the window.
  4. Select the cookie settings that are most appropriate for you.

 

Opera

  1. Select “Preferences” from the Opera browser’s main menu.
  2. Click on “Privacy”.

 

iPad & Other Mobile & Smartphone Devices

  1. Navigate to “Settings” and then to “Safari”.
  2. Select “Privacy” and then “Cookies” to modify your cookie settings.

 

iPhone

  1. Navigate to “Settings” and then to “Safari”.
  2. Select “Privacy” and then “Cookies” to modify your cookie settings.

 

Samsung Galaxy 1. Open your web browser, navigate to the menu bar, and select “More.”

  1. Click on “Settings.”
  2. Select “Privacy” from the drop-down menu.
  3. Then choose whether to accept or reject cookies, as well as whether to clear cookie data.

 

Additional Data

Please reference the device’s owner’s handbook for instructions on how to disable cookies on other mobile devices.

 

To disable Google Analytics tracking across all websites and devices, please visit tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

 

If you require additional information, you may visit aboutcookies.org to learn more about cookies and your alternatives.

 

October 22, 2022