Cookie Policy

This is IEMLabs Blog Cookie Policy, which is available from IEMLabs Blog.com. This site utilizes cookies, which are little files downloaded to your computer, as is customary with nearly all professional websites, to enhance your experience. This page explains the data they collect, how we use it, and why we occasionally need to keep certain cookies. We’ll also explain how to stop these cookies from being saved, although doing so may degrade or “break” some aspects of the website’s operation. Please read “What Are Cookies” for more details on cookies in general.

How Cookies Are Used?

We employ cookies for a number of the reasons listed below. Sadly, there are often no industry-standard methods for blocking cookies without also blocking the functionality and benefits they give our site. If you are unsure whether you need any cookies or not, it is advised to leave all of them enabled in case they are required to deliver a service that you use.

How to Remove Cookies?

By changing the settings on your browser, you can stop cookies from being set (see your browser Help for how to do this). Be advised that deactivating cookies can make many other websites you visit including this one less functional.

Our Set Cookies

Cookies Associated With Login

To keep track of this information when you are signed in, we utilize cookies. As a result, you won’t need to log in each time you visit a new page. To make sure that you can only access restricted features and locations when signed in, these cookies are normally deleted or reset when you log out.

Cookies Relating To Email Newsletters

This website provides newsletter or email subscription services, and cookies may be used to keep track of whether you have previously registered and whether to display certain alerts that might only apply to subscribers or unsubscribers.

Cookies Associated With Forms

 Cookies may be created when you enter data through a form, such as those on contact sites or comment forms, to remember your user details for the next communications. Cookies for site preferences we provide the option to modify your preferences for how this site behaves when you use it so that you have a wonderful experience while using it. We need to establish cookies to remember your choices so that they may be retrieved anytime you interact with a page that is influenced by your preferences.

Third parties cookies 

We occasionally employ cookies supplied by dependable third parties in unique circumstances. Which third-party cookies you could encounter when using this site are described in the next section.

This website makes use of Google Analytics, one of the most well-known and reliable online analytics tools, to help us better understand how you use the site and how we can enhance your experience. For us to continue creating interesting content, these cookies may monitor information such as how long you spend on the website and the pages that you visit. Visit the official Google Analytics page for additional details regarding Google Analytics cookies.

We occasionally test new functionality and make minor adjustments to how the site is delivered. These cookies may be used while we are testing new features to guarantee that you have a consistent experience when using the site and to help us determine which optimizations our users find most useful.

A DoubleClick cookie is used by the Google AdSense service we employ to serve advertisements to provide more pertinent adverts throughout the web and restrict the number of times you see a certain ad. Visit the official Google AdSense privacy FAQ for more details on Google AdSense.

Several partners advertise on our behalf, and affiliate tracking cookies merely let us know whether visitors came from one of those sites, so we can give the proper credit and, where appropriate, let our affiliate partners give you any bonuses they might provide for completing a purchase.

On this website, we also employ social media plugins and/or buttons that provide you with a variety of methods to interact with your social network.

Additional Details

This should have made things clearer for you, and as was already noted, it’s typically safer to leave cookies enabled if there is something you are unsure whether you need or not in case it interacts with a function you use on our site. However, if you still need more information, you may get in touch with us by using one of our recommended communication details:

Email: [email protected]