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Loom Digital is committed to protecting your privacy.   

This Cookie Notice explains what cookies are, what types of cookies are placed on your device when you visit our website and how Loom Digital use them. Please see our Privacy Notice for further information on how Loom Digital process your personal information.   

What are cookies? 

Cookies are small text files that are sent to or accessed from your web browser or your device’s memory.  A cookie typically contains the name of the domain (internet location) from which the cookie originated, the “lifetime” of the cookie (i.e., when it expires) and a randomly generated unique number or other identifier. A cookie also may contain information about your device, such as user settings, browsing history and activities conducted while using our services. 

Who can drop cookies?  

First-party cookies 

First-party cookies are placed on your device directly by Loom Digital. For example, Loom Digital use first-party cookies to adapt our website to your browser’s language preferences and to better understand your use of our website.   

Third- Party Cookies  

Third-party cookies are placed on your device by our partners and service providers. For example, Loom Digital use third-party cookies to measure user numbers on our website, as well as remarketing to previous visitors across other websites. 

How long does a cookie stay on my device? 

Session cookies 

There are session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies only last until you close your browser. We use session cookies for a variety of reasons, including to learn more about your use of our website during one single browser session and to help you to use our website more efficiently.  

Persistent cookies 

Persistent cookies have a longer lifespan and aren’t automatically deleted when you close your browser. These types of cookies are primarily used to help you quickly sign-in to our website again and for analytical purposes. 

Do you use other tracking technologies?  

Other technologies (which Loom Digital also call cookies) such as web beacons (also called pixel tags or clear gifs), tracking URLs or software development kits (SDKs) can also be used. Web beacons are tiny graphics files that contain a unique identifier that enable us to recognise when someone has visited our service or opened an e-mail that Loom Digital have sent them.  Tracking URLs are custom generated links that help us understand where the traffic to our webpages comes from.  SDKs are small pieces of code included in apps, which function like cookies and web beacons.  

What do Loom Digital use cookies (and other tracking technologies) for? 

Like most providers of online services, Loom Digital use cookies to provide, secure and improve our services, including by remembering your preferences, recognizing you when you visit our website and personalizing and tailoring ads to your interests. To accomplish these purposes, Loom Digital also may link information from cookies with other personal information Loom Digital hold about you. 

When you visit our website, some or all of the following types of cookies may be set on your device. 

Cookie type  What does it do? 
Essential website cookies  These cookies are strictly necessary to provide you with services available through our website and to use some of its features, such as access to secure areas. 
Analytics cookies  These cookies help us understand how our website is being used, how effective marketing campaigns are, and help us customise and improve our websites for you. An example of analytics cookies used on the Loom website is Google Analytics.
Advertising cookies  These cookies are used to make advertising messages more relevant to you.  They perform functions like preventing the same ad from continuously reappearing, ensuring that ads are properly displayed for advertisers, selecting advertisements that are based on your interests and measuring the number of ads displayed and their performance, such as how many people clicked on a given ad. An example of advertising cookies used on the Loom website is Google Ads. 
Social networking cookies  These cookies are used to enable you to share pages and content that you find interesting on our website through third-party social networking and other websites.  These cookies may also be used for advertising purposes too. 

How can you control cookies? 

You can set and modify your cookies preferences at any time, by using the Cookie Management Preference Tool available at the top of this Cookies Policy. 

Browser and devices controls  

Some web browsers provide settings that allow you to control or reject cookies or to alert you when a cookie is placed on your computer.  The procedure for managing cookies is slightly different for each internet browser. You can check the specific steps in your particular browser help menu. 

You also may be able to reset device identifiers by activating the appropriate setting on your mobile device. The procedure for managing device identifiers is slightly different for each device. You can check the specific steps in the help or settings menu of your particular device. 

Interest-based advertising tools  

You can opt out of seeing online interest-based advertising from participating companies through the Digital Advertising Alliance, the Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance or Appchoices (apps only). 

Social Cookies 

To allow you to share content on social media, some features of this website use social media plug-ins. Depending on your social media account settings, Loom Digital automatically receive information from the social media platform when you use the corresponding button on our website. 

To learn more about social media cookies, Loom Digital suggest you refer to your social media platform’s Cookie Notice and Privacy Notice. 

What happens if I disable all cookies? 

The changes you make to your cookie preferences may make browsing our website a less satisfying experience. In some cases, you may even find yourself unable to use all or part of our site. 

Opting out of advertising cookies does not mean you will not see ads – it means you won’t see personalised advertising from the companies that participate in the opt-out programs.  Also, if you delete cookies on your device after you opted out, you will need to opt-out again. 

How to contact us? 

If you have questions about this Cookie Notice, here’s how you can reach us: