In this policy we use the term "cookies" to refer to cookies and other similar technologies.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small data file that a website requests the browser to save on the user's computer or mobile device. Thanks to that cookie, the website can "remember" the actions or preferences of the user with the passage of time.
Most internet browsers accept cookies; but users can configure them so that they do not support certain types of cookies or specific cookies. Users can also delete cookies at any time.
What types of cookies do we use?
Own and third party cookies
On our website we use both our own and third-party cookies.
Own cookies are cookies sent from the domain koshkafursuits.com, generally used to identify preferences in terms of language and location or to offer the basic functions of the site.
Third-party cookies belong to other companies and are managed by them (for example, service providers or business partners of Koshka Fursuits). These cookies may be necessary to provide certain forms (for example, the submission of a job application) or to allow some type of advertising outside the Koshka Fursuits website.
These are temporary cookies used to remind the user during the course of their visit to the website. When the user closes the browser, they disappear.
They are used to remember the user's preferences on the website and remain on the computer or mobile device even after the browser has been closed or the computer restarted. We use these cookies to analyze the behavior of the user, in order to obtain visiting patterns and to improve the functions of the website. These cookies also allow us to present the user with personalized advertising and measure the effectiveness of the functions and advertising of our site.
How are cookies used for advertising purposes?
Cookies and other technologies used to place ads, such as web beacons, pixels and anonymous and network tags, help us to present relevant ads to the user more effectively. They also help us recompile aggregate audit data, studies and results reports for advertisers. Thanks to the pixels, we can know and improve the presentation of ads to the user and know what specific announcements he has seen. Since the user's web browser can request advertisements and web beacons directly to advertising network servers, these networks can view, modify or configure their own cookies, just as if the user had requested access to a web page from their site.
How are third-party cookies used?
How are cookies rejected and deleted?
As well as cookies to third parties Google AdWords:
Koshka Fursuits is not responsible for the content and veracity of third party cookies policies.