Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy applies to all Geekly Lab products or services that link to this Policy or otherwise reference it. The terms Geekly Lab, "Platform", "we", "us" and "our" refer to geeklylab.com. By using our Platform, you agree to allow storage and access to cookies and other technologies on your device in accordance with this Cookie Policy.

1. What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small data file downloaded to your device that enables Geekly Lab features and functionality. When you visit Geekly Lab, a cookie is sent back to our website and allow us to recognize your device. Also, cookies enable us to secure your access to Geekly Lab and even might help us learn when someone tries to access your account from an unrecognized device. There are two types of cookies that we use. First type, also known as "session cookies", only last as long as the session (current visit or current browser session) lasts. The second type — "persistent cookies" — stay on your device for a longer period of time.

2. How do we use cookies?

We use cookies to recognize you when you visit Geekly Lab. We use them to remember your preferences and to provide you with personalized experience. Cookies also increase speed and security of your interaction with the Platform.
Here’s how Geekly Lab uses cookies:

Category of use Description
Authentication If you’re signed in to Geekly Lab, we use cookies to recognize you, personalize your experience and show you the right information.
Security We employ cookies to enable and support our security features. They help us discover potentially malicious activity and violations of our Terms and Conditions and Honor Code.
Services and Features In some cases, we use cookies to deliver products and services in accordance with your language and preferences.
Performance, Analytics and Research We use cookies to analyze how you access and use the Platform. We use them to generalize access and usage data to track Platform performance. This data enables us to understand, research and improve functionality and content of the Platform. We also use other services such as Google Analytics and Hotjar (see Cookies and Other Technologies table below) to help us analyze performance of our Platform. These third-party services use cookies to collect and store your device information such as screen resolution, log information such as duration and time of your visit, pages you visited and the time you spent on each page, IP address, your operating system and links you clicked.

3. What other technologies do we use and how?

Use of other technologies. Geekly Lab allows other services to help us with analytics and research as well as serve advertisements on our behalf. These third-party services use other technologies described below to collect information about your use of the Platform and its services.

Pixel tags (pixels). These are small pieces of code also known as clear GIFs, pixels or web beacons embedded on websites and emails. They are normally used to understand how you interact with website pages and emails and they are used to help us provide you with a more customized experience.

Device Identifiers. A device identifier is a unique label that could be used to identify a mobile device. They are normally used to track, analyze and improve the Platform’s performance.

Local storage. This is a default industry technology that enables usage and retrieval of your data on a desktop or laptop computer, smart phone or other device. Local storage is used to store your preferences or changes you made while interacting with the Platform before they are saved on our servers.

4. A detailed list of cookies and other technologies that we use

This table lists cookies and other technologies that we use.

Type of cookie Purpose Served by
Localization We store this cookie to enable location-specific content and services.
Geeklylab.com
Served by: Geeklylab.com
Platform features and services These cookies are stored to enable delivery of our functionality, products and services.
Geeklylab.com
Facebook
Twitter
Google
Served by: Geeklylab.com, Facebook, Twitter, Google
Research and Analytics These cookies are stored for research and development purposes. They are stored for different device types. We use them to analyze how you interact with the Platform and segment the audience for testing our features.
Geeklylab.com
Google Analytics
Hotjar
Google Tag Manager
Served by: Geeklylab.com, Google Analytics, Hotjar, Google Tag Manager
Advertising These cookies are used to serve you relevant ads and track advertising campaigns’ efficiency. Our advertising partners may use a cookie to determine how a particular ad performed and how you interacted with it.
Google
Bing
Served by: Google, Bing

5. How to opt out?

You can choose whether you want to accept cookies. Please note that without cookies certain website features will work incorrectly.
Most web browsers accept cookies by default. However, you can change your browser to reject cookies and / or delete existing ones. In order to find out how to do that for your particular browser, you can follow the guidelines located under the "Help" or "Preferences" menu.
If you want to find out more about cookies, visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/ or http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/.

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