Cockie file usage policy
This Cookie Policy explains how Proton Jetton ("Proton Jetton", "we", "us", "we" and "our") uses cookies and like tracking technologies on our websites, including and any other sites or applications owned, operated or controlled by us (collectively, "sites"), and  as well  when subscribers of our users visit sites or online stores that are controlled by our users, or open/interact with  emails sent through our services. The Policy explains what tracking technologies are, how we use them and your rights to control our use of the aforementioned technologies. This Policy is an integral part of the Privacy Policy. The terms used in this Cookie Policy are defined in the Privacy Policy.
In some cases, we may use cookies and other tracking technologies described in this Policy to collect data that, individually or in combination with other data, constitutes personal information. For more information about the methods of processing personal information, see   Privacy Policy.
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your user device when you visit websites. Cookies are widely used to make or improve the performance of websites and to provide analytical information.
Cookies set by the site owner or service provider (in this case Proton Jetton) are called "own cookies". Cookies set by companies that do not own the sites you visit are called "third party cookies". Third-party cookies allow third parties to activate their components or features through the site or service you use (e.g., advertising, interactive content, analytics tools). Third parties that set third-party cookies may recognize your device when you visit this site or service and some other sites or services.
What cookies and other tracking technologies are used for
We use our own and third-party cookies for various purposes. Some cookies are required for our websites and services to function properly. These cookies are called "essential" or "strictly necessary" cookies. Other cookies record information about the choices you make on our sites and allow us and third parties we work with to customize our sites according to your preferences. These cookies are called "performance" or "functional" cookies. For example, we use cookies to tailor the content we send or display on our sites, to personalize your experience with our sites, and to improve their functionality. We also allow our users to set cookies and similar tracking technologies as part of their use of our services to track and analyze the actions of their subscribers. Finally, third parties set cookies through our sites or services for advertising, analytical and other purposes.
Cookies that are transmitted through our websites
The following describes the specific types of proprietary and third-party cookies transmitted through our sites and the functions they perform.
Strictly necessary
This type of cookie is required in order for you to use the sites and all of their functions, such as accessing protected areas of the site. If you wish, you can block or delete these cookies by adjusting your browser settings, but you should be aware that this will affect the correct functioning of the sites.
Operational and functional
These types of cookies are used to improve the functionality of our sites, but are not required. However, if you disable these cookies, some features of our sites may not be available.
Analytical and adaptive
These cookies allow us to collect information that collectively helps us understand how our sites are used and helps us measure the effectiveness of our marketing campaigns. They also help us to tailor our sites and applications to the user's needs and to improve the interaction between the user and our sites.
These cookies are used to display the most relevant ads. They also prevent the same ad from being displayed repeatedly, ensure that ads are displayed correctly, and, in some cases, select ads based on your interests.
Other tracking technologies
We and our partners may use other tracking technologies, including web beacons and pixel tags (or clear GIFs). They are tiny graphic objects with a unique identifier that allows us to determine when you visit our websites, or open our emails. We use this technology, for example, to track users' movements around our sites, to transmit or interact with cookies, to display targeted advertising, to improve site performance, to measure the effectiveness of marketing campaigns, and to understand whether users have come to our sites through online advertising on third-party sites.
Although you cannot block or disable such tracking technologies, in most cases they require cookies to function. Therefore, refusing to accept cookies will not allow them to function properly.
Internet advertising
We have engaged more than one third-party service provider to track and analyze information about individual visits to our sites and aggregate statistics about interactions with our sites.
These third-party service providers use cookies, web beacons, pixel tags and similar tracking technologies to collect and use certain information about your online activity on our sites and/or other sites or mobile applications. This allows service providers to send you targeted advertising based on your activity and interests.
Third party service providers may also use cookies or web beacons to collect information about your visit to our websites and/or other websites to evaluate the effectiveness of advertising campaigns and marketing activities online. The information collected by third-party service providers does not include personal information that may reveal your identity (e.g., your name, e-mail address).
Cookies that are transmitted through our services
Custom mailings
We include single-pixel GIFs or web beacons in all emails sent by users of our services. They are tiny graphic objects with a unique identifier that allows us and our users to track when subscribers open emails and click on specific links. These technologies capture each subscriber's e-mail address, IP address, date, and time of opening or clicking within a mailing. We use this data to generate reports on the effectiveness of our mailings and the actions of our users' subscribers.
Custom sites
If the user chooses to use some of Proton Jetton's advanced settings or features, additional cookies or other tracking technologies may need to be set. If a user links his or her website or online store (in both cases, a "site") to Proton Jetton's personal account, Proton Jetton installs small pieces of JavaScript tracking code ("code") on the user's website. This code allows cookies, pixels, and other tracking technologies to be installed on the user's site to facilitate the use of certain automation features, as well as other features available on Proton Jetton's services. The type of cookies, pixels or other technologies that are set on a user's website depends on the additional settings and features selected for the Proton Jetton Services. Users should review the current Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy for more information about the specific types of cookies or other tracking technologies used on the site.
How to manage cookies
You have the right to accept or reject cookies. You can regulate the use of cookies through your browser settings. If you choose to disable cookies, you will still be able to use our sites, although some parts and features of our sites will not work. All browsers are different from each other. To understand how to disable cookies in your browser, check the Help menu.
Changes to the Cookie Policy
We may update this Policy as necessary, for example, to reflect changes to the cookies we use or for operational, legal or regulatory reasons. We recommend that you review this Policy regularly to keep up-to-date with the latest information about the cookies you use and the technology associated with them. The date of the last update is indicated at the beginning of this Policy. If you have any questions about our use of cookies or other technologies, please contact us at
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