Cookies are small files that are downloaded to your computer, and that allow IMobisoft to collect aggregate statistical information. They are not in any way harmful to your computer, nor are they capable of personally identifying you. Rather, they are only capable of collecting anonymous information, and letting us know basic information about your visit.
A cookie is a small piece of data that is delivered to your computers’ hard drive when you visit a site run by IMobisoft, or that includes advertisements or search results served by us on another site. No personal information is stored within the cookie. It is an anonymous piece of data that simply identifies your computers’ IP address by assigning it a unique number. It does not identify you, personally, but rather it identifies your computer as a “unique user.”
By identifying your computer as a unique user, cookies let us know when you return to our site, or when you view the same advertisement repeatedly. In doing so, we can use the cookie to limit the number of times you see a particular advertisement, to avoid frustration. IMobisoft can also use the information stored in the cookie to serve more relevant advertising to your computer. In a more general scope, cookies permit IMobisoft to gauge the reach of an advertising campaign, the number of times an advertisement or search result is displayed, searched for or clicked on, how often a unique user visits our sites or partners’ sites, and how they’re interacting with them. Overall, cookies permit us to track user trends, preferences and patterns.
Any data collected and stored on IMobisoft ‘ servers is considered proprietary and confidential, and is not available to the public. We have security measures in place to help protect against the loss, misuse and alteration of user and customer data under our control. As data security is constantly evolving, we cannot guarantee that loss, misuse or alteration of the data will not occur, but will do our utmost to prevent against any such occurrences.
Clients’ personally identifiable information is password protected and restricted within our organization to employees that need access to this information in order to correspond with you, operate the website or a particular service.