Cookie Policy

IndiePulse Cookie Policy

What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of data which are sent to your computer by the websites you visit. These data files are managed by your internet browser which guarantees that only the website which is issuing them is able to read and modify them. These enable the collection of information which is relative to your browsing activity so as to enhance your user experience and provide relevant information to the owners of the website (particularly statistics on its audience).

Find detailed information on the use of cookies below:

Authentication cookies
These cookies allow you to connect to the website and log in as a member during your visit.

Persistent cookies
These cookies customise and save your browsing preference (e.g. maintaining the user's preferred website settings from one page to another).

Advertising cookies
These cookies are used to display targeted ads based on the analysis of your browsing experience on the IndiePulse website.

Social network sharing buttons
These cookies allow you to share content from the IndiePulse website on social media platforms.

Why do we use cookies?
IndiePulse uses cookies for various reasons. Some of these cookies allow us you to keep your browsing or display preferences while others allow us to provide customised content services and ads, and to collect statistics so that we can track the website's audience. They mainly help us to improve user experience and allow you to use certain features and services.

Where do we use cookies?
Cookies are used on all our pages.

Third-party cookies
As mentioned in our Terms and Conditions, IndiePulse works with third-party partners. These partners may have to install their own cookie on your browser when you visit their website from the IndiePulse website so that you can benefit from their services.

Right now we are not partnered with anyone.

List of cookies and their duration
Authentication cookies: 1 month

How to manage or delete cookies?
Via your browser
You can object to the installation of a third-party cookie via your browser. In general, the configuration of internet browsers is set to accept cookies by default. The users can freely express their choice by using the options provided by the browser they are using. These settings allow the user to accept or block cookies either on a case-by-case basis or systematically.

Cookies are managed in different ways by various internet browsers. Below are some tips on how to manage cookies on your preferred internet browser.
Menu > Settings > Show advanced settings (located at the bottom of the page).Click on the "Content settings" button and then check the "Block cookies and data from third-party websites" box. Click on "OK" to confirm your choice.

Menu > Options > "Privacy" tabSet the "Retention rules" menu to "Use custom settings for history".Uncheck the "Accept third-party cookies" box.

Menu > Internet Options > "Privacy" tab and the Advanced button to bring up the Advanced Privacy Settings window.Check the "Ignore automatic cookie management" box and select "Decline" in the "Third-party cookies" column.

Choosing online
Operation cookies used by cannot be disabled. These cookies belong to the following categories:

  • Authentication and Session ID
  • Security
  • Preferences
  • Features and services

Social networks use cookies to enhance user experience. If you would like to modify the use of cookies by social networks, refer to these companies' websites.
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