Cookie Policy

Effective Date: 07/26/2019

This Cookies Policy describes the types of cookies and similar technologies that Unravel Data Systems, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates (collectively, “Unravel”, “we”, “our” or “us”) use when you interact with us online, including the following ways:

*Visit any of our websites (including www.unraveldata.com)
*Interact with Unravel’s online advertisements
* Open and interact with our emails

1. What are Cookies?

Cookies are small data files sent from a website and stored on your computer or other web-browsing device. Cookies help us collect information about your use of our website. Cookies can be recognized by the website that originally downloaded them to your device or computer, and also by other websites that use the same cookies. Cookies can either be “first party cookies” or “third party cookies”, as explained below:

*First party cookies are cookies that we transfer to your device or computer when you are using our websites.

*Third party cookies are cookies that are transferred to your device or computer by parties other than Unravel, and that can recognize that device when you visit our websites and when it is used to visit other sites. Unravel does not control how those third parties use third party cookies, so you should use our [Cookies Consent Tool] to set your preferences and review the websites of the providers of third party cookies to confirm you approve of how they use third party cookie information.

2. Why Does Unravel Use Cookies?

We use cookies for a variety of reasons. Cookies help us better understand your interactions with us and our websites and in some cases to facilitate or improve the functionality that we are able to deliver to you. For example, we may use “persistent cookies” to save certain information needed to facilitate future interactions with you, such as persistent cookies to save your user ID and password for when you want to login to protected portions of our website in the future. We also use “session ID cookies” to monitor and understand your Interactions with us, to monitor overall usage and traffic on our websites. We also work with third parties to deliver ads and other marketing materials to you on other websites, based on information collected about your use of our website and other websites. To do so, these companies may place or recognize a cookie or similar on your browser. Finally, some cookies are “strictly necessary” cookies, which are cookies that are required (i.e., not optional) for technical reasons related to how our websites operate.

3. What Cookies Does Unravel Use?

Below is a list of the types of cookies that we may use on our websites. To the extent that any personal information is collected through cookies, the Unravel Privacy Policy applies. Unravel uses Google Tag Manager to manage its cookies.

Strictly Necessary Cookies. These cookies are necessary for our websites to function and cannot be switched off or declined. These are typically set in response to actions by you on our websites that request a feature or functionality (for example, we use strictly necessary cookies to recognize you when you set your cookie preferences in our website). You may be able to set your browser to block these cookies (or give you a notification), but if you do not allow these cookies, parts of our websites will not work. These cookies do not store any personally identifiable information.

Performance Cookies. These cookies help us count visits and sources of web traffic. This information helps us understand how users use our websites, traffic patterns to the various parts of our websites, and sources of the traffic to our websites. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and anonymous. If you do not allow these cookies, our ability to improve and optimize our websites’ performance will be diminished.

Functional Cookies. These cookies collect information about how you use our websites and enable various functions by remembering you and/or your preferences. These cookies do not store personal information, but they do identify the browser and internet device from which you are visiting our websites. For example, we use a functional cookie on our website to facilitate live-chat functionality. If you do not allow these cookies, some parts of our websites (like the live-chat feature) may not function properly.

Targeted Advertising Cookies. These cookies may be set by our advertising partners when you use our websites. Those companies may use the information from those cookies to build a profile of your interests and provide you with relevant advertisements on other websites. If you do not allow these cookies, you may receive less relevant targeted advertising when you visit other websites. These cookies do not store personal information, but they are placed based on the browser and internet device from which you are visiting our websites.

You may learn more about targeted advertising and how you can further opt out of participating by visiting the Digital Advertising Alliance website here and the National Advertising Initiative’s “Opt Out” website here. If you are in the European Union (EU), the European Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA) http://www.youronlinechoices.com/ may also apply to you. We are not responsible for any of these websites and you should review their privacy policies and terms of use before using them.

4. Other Technologies.

We may use other technologies that — like cookies — help us recognize or track your interactions with us. These may include:

*Web Beacons – Sometimes referred to as “clear gifs” or “tracking pixels”, these are tiny graphics files with a unique identifier that are embedded invisibly on web pages or emails. We use web beacons to help us monitor website traffic patterns and recognize when someone has opened an email that we have sent them.

*Flash Cookies – Sometimes referred to as “local shared objects” and are commonly used in website ads and videos. These are text files sent by a web server to a client when a web browser requests content supported by Adobe Flash. Our website may use these cookies to collect information about you or provide other website operations.

* Social Media Features – Our websites may use social media features. For example, our website includes icons that allow users to share certain of our content on various social media platforms. These features may collect your IP address and store which page(s) you visited on our websites, and may set a cookie to enable the feature to function properly. Your interactions with social media features are governed by the provider’s privacy policies, which you should review before using those features on our websites.

5. How Can I Manage Cookies?

You can disable cookies (except for Strictly Necessary cookies) with respect to your use of our websites at any time by changing the settings on your browser. Please follow the instructions provided by your browser, typically you can find this in the “Help” or “Edit” browser settings. You can also disable cookies by clicking to the Cookie Settings link found in our website’s footer, where you may elect whether to deactivate each of the different cookie categories. If you choose to deactivate cookies on your browser, you may still use the site but not all features may operate as intended.

6. Acceptance of Terms

By Interacting with us, you are accepting the terms and conditions in this Cookies Policy. If you are not in agreement with this Cookies Policy, then you must cease Interacting with us.

7. How to Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this Cookies Policy or any of the terms and conditions described herein, please feel free to contact us at the email or mailing address below.

Email

privacy@unraveldata.com

Mailing Address

Unravel Data Systems, Inc.
3000 El Camino Real
Building 2, Suite 120
Palo Alto, CA 94306