Http cookies are used by almost every website in world. When you view a webpage, the web server that you request it from places a small file on your computer. That file is called a cookie. The cookie identifies your internet session with the web server. That doesn’t mean that the cookie tells us who you exactly are. It’s more of a means to help keep one user’s browsing session separate from another user’s browser session.
So if you have a cookie from TeePeeTech on your computer, you need not worry. What if you want to delete your cookie? You can do that very easily through your web browser. Here are instructions on how to delete cookies from:
Google Chrome – http://www.google.com/support/accounts/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=32050
Mozilla Firefox – http://support.mozilla.com/en-us/kb/clearing+private+data
Internet Explorer – http://www.aboutcookies.org/Default.aspx?page=2
Web pages come from web servers. A web server is another computer in the internet that provides you with content. When you make your request to that web server, most servers will store certain information about your request. The most important of these pieces of information is the IP Address. What can someone know about someone else from their IP Address. Someone can find out generally what area of the world you are located in. With a court order they can find out your name and address.
TeePeeTech will store your ip address and information about you when you visit this site. That information includes your general location in the world geographically. It includes what type of web browser you have. These statistics are used for traffic analysis to provide a better website for you. I do not share these statistics with anyone else. If you register at my site, I am not going to sell your information to other companies. I do use multiple types of analytics including Google Analytics. Google then is the storehouse to that data as well. For more information on how Google uses data they collect, please the following address:
Teepeetech also uses some advanced Google Analytics data collection techniques. If you don’t like how that sounds, then you can opt out of having your data collected by TeePeeTech. Since TeePeeTech uses Google Analytics, you can follow the instructions here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout/ in order to opt out. I am currently implementing these advanced Google Analytics features on my site:
- Remarketing with Google Analytics
- Google Display Network Impression Reporting
- DoubleClick Platform integrations
- Google Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting
However, using those features I do comply with these requirements: