Cookie Notice


What is a “Cookie”?

A cookie is essentially a small text file stored on your computer or device by your web browser. It typically includes the domain where the cookie came from, its lifespan, and a unique identifier. Cookies can also hold device-specific details, like browser and operating system information. When you visit websites like, the server identifies the cookie, allowing the site to tailor the user experience (like remembering a chosen language). Collectively, cookies provide insights into how users interact with the website over time.

Types of Cookies There are two main categories of cookies used by ShazTEK on its websites and digital platforms:

  1. First Party Cookies: Set by ShazTEK, these cookies enhance user experience on the website. ShazTEK ensures these cookies respect your privacy and personal data.

  2. Third Party Cookies: Placed by external services that work with ShazTEK. These can be used for tailored advertising or analytics services.

Cookies are also differentiated as either session or persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary, only active during your browser session, and help track your website usage. Persistent cookies remain for a set period and activate each time you visit ShazTEK’s website, remembering your preferences and other information.

Additionally, ShazTEK uses web beacons, pixel tags, and other tracking technologies for website customization and enhancement.

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ShazTEK’s Use of Data Collection Technology

ShazTEK utilizes cookie data to understand user behavior, search patterns, and website navigation. This information helps in distinguishing users, ensuring a positive browsing experience, and enhancing website functionality.

Specifically, ShazTEK uses cookies for various purposes:

  • Strictly Necessary Cookies: Essential for website operation, enabling functions like login and registration.
  • Performance Cookies: Help in understanding and analyzing visitor numbers and navigation patterns.
  • Targeting Cookies: Used for tracking visitors across websites for building visitor interest profiles or for relevant advertising.
  • Functionality Cookies: Recognize return visitors and allow website personalization and preference memory.

Managing Cookies Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can modify your browser settings to decline them. The process varies across different browsers:

  • Apple Safari
  • Google Chrome
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Opera
  • Android (Chrome)
  • Blackberry
  • iPhone or iPad (Chrome)
  • iPhone or iPad (Safari)

You can also opt out of certain third-party cookies through the Network Advertising Initiative’s Opt-Out Tool.

Note: Disabling cookies might limit the functionality of ShazTEK’s websites.