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The team behind CasinoGuide strives to be your ultimate gambling guide, ensuring you’re always in safe hands. In order to provide you with the best possible experience, we make use of cookie files across our site.
The use of cookie files is standard practice, and these small, often encrypted files are implemented to offer a personal experience to our readers while navigating through CasinoGuide. The benefits of cookies go beyond tailoring the content to the clients. They can work towards making the site usage more institutive and efficient, remembering your preferences, and speeding up processes.
On this page, you will learn more about the importance and features of cookies, as well as the ways in which we use them to constantly improve our site.
What Are Cookie Files?
A cookie file is nothing but a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on the user’s computer. The web client or web browser sends cookies as an HTTP request to the web server each time an attempt is made to open the corresponding web page. Skipping the techie language – cookies have the ability to memorize your activities and preferences on the previously visited websites.
They collect data thanks to which you get a more personalized and customized experience on the site. For this exact reason, we use them to feature the content you are most interested in and to have it handy the next time you decide to visit us.
You may fear that these files will collect information about your personal data. They never will and neither will we! Cookies cannot store any personal information that would enable us to identify the user.
How Do Cookies Work?
Personal Privacy Is Our Top Priority
No matter what cookies or tracking tools are in place, the team behind CasinoGuide will never collect personal information from our readers. We have no intention to collect such data, nor make use of this information for any external purposes.
Types of Cookies
Although cookies are ultra-small, text-based files, we can differentiate between their types. Here are some of them that we incorporate into our services.
- Session Cookies: Some cookies are only needed for the duration of your Casinoguide session, they are called “session cookies”. They will be erased or become invalid as soon as you leave the site or your current session expires. These cookies enable the site to keep track of your movement from page to page. This way, we will not ask you twice for the same information you’ve already given us. The lack of need to authenticate or reprocess each new area saves time and effort for our readers.
- Permanent cookies: Some cookies are stored for a longer period. For example, they allow us to recognize you when you access Casinoguide again later and access saved settings. Permanent cookies are automatically deleted after a predefined period of time.
- Functional Cookies: these files are extremely important as they’re essential for enabling user movement around the site. They help in the proper functioning of the site and improve security. This type of cookie should never be disabled because it may result in particular features of the website not working properly.
- Analytical Cookies: These collect information on how our readers use the website. They allow us, the CasinoGuide team, to receive information about what you are interested in on the site and to make appropriate improvements to the content. For example, these cookies show us which pages are visited most often, help identify difficulties encountered while using the site and evaluate our marketing effectiveness.
Newsletter and Direct Marketing
We love to be in touch with our readers, and so we like to share the news and top content via e-mail. Our newsletter is available only to players of age and will only be available to those readers who have opted-in by subscribing to it.
We will never allow e-mail communication with users who have previously not agreed to it! Users who already have opted-in to the newsletter, but wish to change their preferences, can always do so through the provided links in all e-mail communication messages.
How to Deactivate Cookies
If you do not wish to store your cookies on your laptop or device, you can deactivate the relevant option in the settings system of your browser. You can also delete stored cookies in the system settings of your browser. For more information on how to deactivate cookies, go on this site: https://www.aboutcookies.org/cookie-faq
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