Cookie notice

Last updated on the: 1-Nov-2023

At EMA Lasting Media LLC, we value transparency and openness when it comes to the information we gather and utilize about you. Any of our products or Services that contain links to this Cookie Notice or include it by reference are subject to the terms of this Cookie Notice. In order to collect and utilize data as part of our Services, as described in our Privacy Notice ("Services"), which includes our Sites or communications, we employ cookies and related technologies, such as pixels, local storage, and mobile ad IDs (collectively referred to as "cookies" in this Notice). This Notice gives specific information on when and how we utilize certain technologies in the interest of transparency.

You consent to the use of cookies and other similar technologies for the goals outlined in this Cookie Notice by continuing to access our site or utilize our Services.

Technologies we are using

  • Type of technology
    A cookie is a little file that is downloaded to your computer or mobile device and allows us to function. Any browser using our site could pick up cookies from us or from other parties, such our clients, business partners, or service providers. When you visit a third-party website that displays advertisements or hosts our plugins or tags, we or third parties may also store cookies in your browser.

  • Cookies
    Persistent cookies and session cookies are the two types of cookies we use. Persistent cookies are used for a variety of things, including remembering you as a previous user so you may access our site and utilize our services more easily after leaving. When you visit one of our Sites again or a third-party website that makes use of our Services, we will be able to read the persistent cookie since it remains in your browser. Session cookies only exist for the duration of the session (usually the current visit to a website or a browser session).

  • Pixels
    A pixel is a very small image that may be included in emails and web pages. In order for the pixel to be displayed in such emails and web sites, our servers must first receive a call (which includes device and visit information). We use pixels to gather information on how you engage with emails and websites, such as how you respond to posts and advertisements. Additionally, pixels provide us and other parties the ability to put cookies on your browser.

  • Local storage
    A website or application can save data locally on your device by using local storage (s). By activating features, storing your preferences, and enhancing Site functionality, local storage can be used to enhance your experience.

  • Other similar technologies
    In addition to the tracking methods listed, we also employ other tracking technologies such as mobile advertising IDs and tags as described in this Cookie Notice. Pixels, local storage, and other tracking technologies are mentioned in this notice as examples of related technologies.

The cookies and related technologies used as part of our Services are listed in the table above. Please be aware that the names of cookies and related technologies are subject to change.

What the technologies are used for

Below is described the purposes for which these technologies are being used.

  • Purpose
    When you visit our Services, we can recognize you thanks to cookies and other similar technology.

  • Authentication
    These technologies assist us in presenting you with the appropriate information and customizing your experience in accordance with your preferences if you are logged into your account on our site as a Member. For instance, cookies help us recognize you and validate your account.

  • Security
    To speed up and safeguard your interactions with our Services, we utilize cookies and other similar technologies.
    In order to protect your account, enable and support our security features, and to spot malicious behavior and violations of our Terms of Service, for instance, we employ cookies.

  • Preferences, features, and services
    We utilize cookies and related technologies to make our Services functioning, including making it easier for you to complete forms on our Services and giving you access to features, data, and personalized information when combined with our plugins. These technologies are also used by us to keep track of your preferences and browser information.
    To speed up the functionality of the Site, for instance, we might use local storage.

  • Customized content
    In order to personalize your experience with our Services, we use cookies and other similar technologies.
    For instance, we might use cookies to keep track of previous searches so that we might present you with relevant new information when you use our services again.

  • Plugins on and off our Sites
    In order to make our plugins available on and off our sites, we use cookies and other similar technologies.
    For analytics and to identify you on our sites and those of third parties, our plugins utilize cookies and other technologies.

  • Advertising
    Cookies and similar technologies help us show relevant advertising to you more effectively, both on and off our Services and to measure the performance of such ads. These technologies let us determine whether content has been shown to you or whether a viewer of an advertisement afterwards visited another site and made an action. Similar to how you interact with ads, our partners or service providers may use these technologies to tell us if we've showed an ad or a post and how it performed.
    To show you an advertisement on or off our sites, we might also collaborate with our clients and partners. We are able to supply our clients and partners with aggregated data thanks to these technologies.

  • Analytics and research
    We can learn more about how well our Services and plugins work in various regions thanks to cookies and other comparable technology.
    When you browse through our site or access it through other websites, applications, or devices, we or our service providers utilize these technologies to analyze, enhance, and research the products, features, and services. These technologies are used by us or our service providers to assess the effectiveness of advertisements and posts both on and off our website, to determine whether you have interacted with our site's content or emails, and to give analytics based on those interactions.
    As part of our Services, we also employ these technologies to deliver aggregated data to our clients and business partners.
    We reserve the right to record your interactions with our Services on a browser even if you are a member and have signed out of your account for up to 30 days to provide usage metrics for our Services. We might provide our clients with these analytics in aggregate form.

These third parties might use these technologies in connection with our Services

Cookies may be used in connection with our Services by third parties including our clients, partners, and service providers.

For instance, third parties may utilize cookies for their own marketing objectives when they place advertisements on and off our Site.

Cookies may be used by third parties to assist us in providing our Services. To study and research our Services, as well as for our own marketing needs.

Your Options

Regarding how we use cookies and related technologies, you have options. Please be aware that if you restrict our ability to set cookies and other similar technologies, your overall user experience could suffer because it might cease to be tailored specifically for you. Additionally, it can prevent you from saving personalized settings like login data.

Browser Settings

The majority of browsers give you access to cookie management options through their settings, which you may modify to reflect your agreement to the use of cookies. Additionally, the majority of browsers provide you the option to view and delete cookies, including our cookies. Please refer to the documentation that your browser's maker offers to learn more about browser controls.

What is Do Not Track (DNT)?

Regulating bodies including the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) have pushed for the development and implementation of a mechanism that would enable Internet users to regulate the tracking of their online actions across websites by adjusting their browser settings. This idea is known as DNT. As a result, we typically do not respond to "do not track" messages.