Version May 23rd2018
A cookie is a small text file that a website saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. Cookies enable the website to remember your actions and preferences (such as language, font size and other display preferences) over a period of time, so you don’t have to keep re-entering them whenever you come back to the site or browse from one page to another. They also typically contain the domain name from which the cookie has been set.
Cookies can be set and read by the website itself or by authorized third party websites listed below.
They can also be either temporary or persistent. Temporary cookies are session cookies which are only used for a session. Persistent cookies remain in your browser’s cookie file for much longer, depending on the specified lifetime of the specific cookie.
Cookies are unique identifiers and can be used to associate personal information to the cookie.
They are used for a variety of purposes as detailed below:
& User Experience
|These are functionality cookies. Our functionality cookies are used to remember choices you make (such as language preference, country location, or other online settings). These cookies help us make your user experience more consistent and convenient and allow you to login and use our service.|
Talkwalker uses the retargeting and remarketing features of Google and Facebook. This allows Talkwalker to show you promotional material on other websites you visit on the internet. You may opt-out of this functionality by setting the corresponding privacy settings on facebook and google. For google this can be achieved, by visiting the Google Ads Preferences Manager or by installing Google’s Opt-out Browser add-on.
|Google analytics, Google ad retargeting, google maps, and Google Optimize.
Used by Talkwalker for website analytics, ad retargeting, A/B testing and displaying the google Map.
|Used by Talkwalker for ad retargeting||Facebook opt-out|
|Marketo||Used by Talkwalker to measure ad campaign effectiveness by linking visitor behavior to an email recipient or contact form||Marketo opt-out|
|Hotjar||Used by Talkwalker to track Talkwalker link interaction and heat map||Hotjar opt-out|
|Disqus||Used by Talkwalker to allow users to comment on marketing publications like blog posts||Disqus opt-out|
|Addthis||Used by Talkwalker to allow users to share individual articles or the Talkwalker website on the social networks. Will automatically load third party cookies from Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, etc...||Addthis opt-out|
|Qualified Demo||Used by Talkwalker to integrate Qualified Demo tool to the website so that visitors can obtain answers to their questions in real-time.||Opts-out from all third-party cookies|
You may also Opt-Out of all third party tracking cookies by clicking here (Third party Opt-out currently disabled). Talkwalker will then set a persistent cookie which will disable the integration with any of the above mentioned third party cookies.
You can use the settings in your web browser in order to manage how you receive, store, process or block cookies.
The following links describe how you can do so in the most frequently used browsers:
Please note that blocking cookies completely might make the Talkwalker website or services unusable.
Governing law and jurisdiction
If you have any questions about this policy, please don’t hesitate to contact our data protection officer (DPO) at email@example.com.