Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or other internet connected device. They allow websites to identify your browser, provide analytics, remember information about you, such as your language preference or login information.
Cookies can either be session cookies or persistent cookies. A session cookie expires automatically when you close your browser. A persistent cookie will remain until it expires or you delete your cookies. Expiration dates are set in the cookies themselves; some may expire after a few minutes while others may expire after multiple years. Cookies placed by the website you are visiting are called “first party cookies”.
Moralius uses several different types of Cookies on our website:
Essential Cookies: We use essential cookies to make our website work. These cookies are strictly necessary to enable core functionality such as security, network management, your cookie preferences and accessibility. Without them you would not be able to use basic services. You may disable these by changing your browser settings, but this may affect how the Websites function.
Performance and Functionality Cookies: These cookies are used to enhance the performance and functionality of our website but are non-essential to their use. However, without these cookies, certain functionality like videos may become unavailable or you would be required to enter your login details every time you visit the website as we would not be able to remember that you had logged in previously.
Analytics Cookies: Every time you visit our Website, the analytics tools and services we use generate Cookies which can tell us (so long as they are allowed and not deleted) whether or not you have visited our Website in the past, and provide additional information regarding how visitors and users use our Website (such as how many visitors we have on a certain landing page, how often they visit, or where users tend to click on our Website). Your browser will tell us if you have these Cookies and, if you don’t but do allow new Cookies to be placed, we will typically generate and place new ones.
Social Media Cookies: These cookies are used when you share information using a social media sharing button or “like” button on our Website or you link your account or engage with our content on or through a social networking website such as Facebook, Twitter or Google+. The social network will record that you have done this. These cookies may also include certain code that has been placed on the platform to help track conversions from ads, optimize ads based on collected data, build targeted audiences for future ads, and remarket to qualified users who have already taken certain action on the platform.
Third Party Cookies: Some cookies that have been set on our website are not set on a first party basis by Moralius. The Websites can be embedded with content from third parties to serve advertising. These third-party service providers may set their own cookies on your web browser. We do not control the use of these third party cookies as cookies can only be accessed by the third party that originally set them.
All modern web browsers allow you to change your Cookie settings. You can usually find these settings in the ‘Options’ or ‘Preferences’ menu of your browser. In order to understand these settings, the following links to ‘cookies’ help pages may be helpful or you can use the ‘Help’ option in your browser for more details.
∙ Internet Explorer
∙ Mozilla Firefox
∙ Safari (Desktop)
∙ Safari (Mobile)
∙ Android Browser
Wherever you are located you may also set your browser to block cookies and similar technologies, but this action may block our essential cookies and prevent our website from functioning properly, and you may not be able to fully utilize all of its features and services. You should also be aware that you may also lose some saved information (e.g. saved login details, site preferences) if you block cookies on your browser.
To find out more about Cookies and their use on the Internet, you may find the following website useful:
Some web browsers may transmit “Do Not Track” signals to websites with which the browser communicates, telling the website not to follow its online movements. Because of differences in how web browsers interpret this feature and send those signals, and lack of standardization, it is not always clear whether visitors and users intend for these signals to be transmitted or whether they are even aware of them. Therefore, as many other reputable websites and online platform, we currently do not respond to such “Do Not Track” signals.
Last update: March 7, 2023