"Cookies" are small data files that are stored on the hard drive of the computer you use to view a website. Every computer that accesses a iLive Site is assigned a different cookie by iLive. Different Cookies serve different purposes:
Session cookies are specific to a particular visit and carry information as you view different pages within a iLive Site. Session cookies expire and delete themselves automatically in a short period of time, e.g., when you leave the website or when you close your browser.
Persistent cookies enable us to recognize you when you visit a iLive Site and remember your preferences. Persistent cookies are stored on your browser or mobile device until you choose to delete them, and otherwise typically delete themselves at expiration.
Third-party cookies are placed by someone other than iLive, and may gather browsing activity across multiple websites and sessions. They are usually persistent cookies and are stored until you delete them or they expire based on the time period set in each third-party cookie.
"Web Beacons" are graphic image files embedded in a page of a website typically used to monitor activity on the page and send back to its home server (which can belong to the host site, a network advertiser or some other third party) information from your browser, such as the IP address, the URL of the page on which the Web Beacon is located, the type of browser that is accessing the site and the ID number of any cookies on your computer previously placed by that server.
"Application SDKs" are mobile application third-party software development kits that are embedded in mobile applications. These app SDKs permit the collection of information about the app itself, activity in the app, and the device the application is running on.
Cookie on the iLive Sites
The cookies on the iLive Sites are generally used for one of the following purposes:
Essential functionality. These cookies are essential to access some areas of the iLive Sites. For example, certain cookies enable us to identify registered members and ensure that they have access to content that is only available to registered members.
Important functionality. These cookies enable us to remember your preferences, such as your user name, language or the region you are in, and provide enhanced, more personalized features. They may also be used to provide services you have asked for, such as watching a video.
Performance and Analytics. These cookies enable us to analyze how visitors use the iLive Sites and to monitor website performance. We use the information collected by these Cookies to improve the performance of the iLive Sites and our Services.
Third Party Cookies
We work with third party ad networks to display advertising on the iLive Sites and on third party sites. Our ad network vendors use technologies to collect information about your activities on the iLive Sites to provide you cookie-based targeted advertising based upon your browsing activity and your interests.
Most browser software can be set to reject cookies. Most browsers offer instructions on how to reset the browser to reject cookies in the "Help" or "Settings" or "Preferences" section of your browser’s toolbar. If you reject our cookies, certain of the functions and conveniences of our websites may not work properly but you do not have to accept our cookies in order to productively use most features of our websites.
You may also control interest-based advertising on your mobile device by enabling the “Limit Ad Tracking” setting in your iOS device’s settings or “Opt out of Ads Personalization” in your Android device’s settings. This will not prevent you from seeing advertisements, but will limit the use of device advertising identifiers to personalize ads based on your interests. If you have questions about how to reject Cookies on your specific device please check with the device manufacturer.
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Medical expert editor
Portnov Alexey Alexandrovich
Education: Kiev National Medical University. A.A. Bogomolets, Specialty - "General Medicine"