What are cookies?
A cookie is like a unique identifier (like a serial number) created by a website (like icompendium.com) and stored in a visitor's web browser (like FireFox or Google Chrome). While cookies are invisible to users, they are visible to the websites that create them. For example, once you sign-in to your favorite website, you typically don't have to sign-in every visit because it remembers you with a cookie.
Cookies served by Icompendium
Cookies set by Google Analytics
Cookies set by icompendium.com for non-logged in visitors
Cookies set by icompendium.com for logged-in customers
When an a customer logs in at icompendium.com/accounts, a cookie is set for the purpose of maintaining their their secure logged-in session for a set period of time.
Cookies set by Icompendium customer sites
- Icompendium customer websites may set cookies to track unique anonymized visitor activity for the purposes of helping Icompendium customers learn how visitors are interacting with their websites.
- Customers may also include third-party scripts that serve cookies for multiple reasons. Because an Icompendium customer has full control over the third party scripts they wish to use, it is the customer's (the site owner's) responsibility to disclose the way the cookies and associated data are used.
- Icompendium site owners (Icompendium customers) receive a unique cookie when logging into their Icompendium website. This cookie allows them to remain logged in for a certain period of time. It is the only cookie set by the customer website that is linked to an individual's unique identity.
Sharing of information gathered by cookies
No user activity or information based on cookies set by icompendium.com is ever shared with any third party sources.