Cookies

TRU COMMUNICATION’s website stores and retrieves information on your browser using cookies. This policy explains what cookies are and how we use them on www.trucommunication.com.

What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files stored by your web browser when you use websites. Generally, it contains information that is not personally identifiable to you which is used to improve and personalize your user experience. For example, a cookie may include the date/time of visits to a website, pages viewed, time spent on the website and the sites visited just before/after.

Types of cookies
Generally, there are session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are deleted from your computer when you close your browser. Persistent cookies remain stored on your computer until deleted, or until they expire. Session cookies are used to remember your browsing selection/preferences or provide you with secure access to some services on the website, e.g., access to a user area. Persistent cookies are used to recognize you as a repeat visitor to the website and potentially adapt its content in line with your preferences or behavior.

Based on ownership, there are in-house cookies and third-party cookies. In-house cookies are set and managed directly by us, while third-party cookies are set and controlled by websites other than ours.

Based on purpose, there are technical cookies, analytical cookies or advertising cookies. Technical cookies are used to provide you with access to services that you have requested. We may also use cookies to make advertising more engaging to users and more valuable to publishers and advertisers. Some typical applications of cookies are to select advertising based on what’s relevant to a user (behavioral advertising), to improve reporting on campaign performance and to avoid showing ads the user has already seen.

How we use cookies
Our website uses cookies to facilitate your use of our website, distinguish you from other users, offer you a better user experience and identify problems to improve our website. Should you give your consent, we will use cookies that enable us to gather more information on your preferences and tailor our website to your interests.

We may also use cookies to help us understand how you use our website and to make advertising more engaging to our users and more valuable to publishers and advertisers.

When you interact with the content of our website, third-party cookies may also be installed (for example, by clicking on social media buttons or viewing videos housed on other sites). They are established by a domain different than our website and are subject to the relevant websites’ policies. We cannot access the data stored in cookies of other websites when you browse these other websites.

Your Consent
By using this website, you accept the use of cookies. When you first visit our website, browsing and remaining on our website will imply that you agree to our use of cookies as explained in this cookies policy. Furthermore, we display a notification of our use of cookies, with a link to this policy, when you first visit our website.

You can decide to withdraw your consent at any time by deleting the cookies on your computer (or mobile device) using the settings and configuration of your internet browser.

Disabling and blocking cookies
Our system will automatically create cookies when you visit our website. Our website may not function correctly without cookies, but you can block or disable them by configuring your browser to prevent the installation of some or all cookies. Most browsers allow you to be alerted to the presence of cookies or block them automatically.

If you block cookies, you may continue to use our website, although some services may be limited or not function correctly.

Changes to the cookies policy
We will notify about any changes to the cookies policy by updating this page or posting the changes on our website. Changes will be applicable from the date we publish them. We reserve the right to amend, update or adapt this cookies policy to reflect any changes in legislation or the interpretation by the relevant data protection authorities.