CoLab uses technical data information in the form of cookies to optimise the delivery of its services.
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer’s hard drive or on your mobile device when you first visit a website.
This information can then be used by CoLab to optimise the user experience by identifying how the information across the site is accessed and used.
You can enable or disable cookies on your computer at any time, however please note, CoLab offers many features that are only accessible when cookies are enabled, a few of which are outlines below;
- Store your membership details and any information you have loaded to your CoLab profile (photos, text, audio, and videos).
- Offer membership opportunities based on your CoLab profile and activity.
- Provide tailored website and email content that is relevant to your profile.
- Improve security and prevent illegal activities.
Please note that the information we receive via cookies is for our use only, and will not be shared with anyone else.
Cookies can be switched on / off within your browser settings at any time. They can also be removed from within your browser settings.
How to manage your cookiesYou can update your cookie settings at any time. However, by blocking cookies you will be unable to access the above features on CoLab and you may have to enter your password more frequently.
To learn more about how to enable, edit, or disable cookies on your computer, please visit the aboutcookies.org website.
Use of Web Beacons
Some of our Web pages may contain electronic images known as Web beacons (sometimes known as clear gifs) that allow us to count users who have visited these pages. Web beacons collect only limited information which including a cookie number, time and date of a page view, and a description of the page on which the Web beacon resides. We may also carry web beacons placed by third party advertisers. These beacons do not carry any personally identifiable information and are only used to track the effectiveness of a particular campaign.