Last Updated: October 2018
Cookies are text files that can be stored on and accessed from your device when you visit a website and may collect information automatically within the Gula Site. Cookies let you navigate efficiently, remember your preferences, and improve your user experience.
“Persistent cookies” remain on your device until deleted or expired, while “session cookies” are deleted when your browser is closed. Additionally, “first-party cookies” are set by us, while “third-party cookies” are set by others.
Gula Site uses twotypes of cookies: Strictly Necessary, and Analytics. Strictly Necessary cookies enable navigation on the Gula Site and help to access its secure areas. The data gathered can’t be used for marketing or to remember sites you have visited. This category of cookies cannot be disabled.
Analytics cookies collect and store information relating to how you interact with the Gula Site, errors you encounter, and which pages within the Gula Site visitors go to most often. We use this data to improve the Gula Site and your user experience. Google is currently our only third-party partner.
Opt-out links. You can opt-out of certain uses of cookies served through the Gula Site by using the links provided above. Browser settings. You can change your browser's settings to reject and/or to remove cookies. On some browsers, you can choose to let the Gula Site place cookies and reject cookies from certain third parties. As this may differ from browser to browser, visit your browser's help for more information.
Remember that rejecting or removing cookies may impede certain features from working properly. Since your cookie opt-out preferences are stored in a cookie in your browser, you will need to renew your opt-out choices in case you delete all cookies or use a different browser or computer.
The Gula Site does not currently process or respond to “Do Not Track” signals from browsers. There are similar mechanisms to indicate your tracking choices that we may not be aware of and therefore not be able to honor.