Cookies and IP Addresses
What statistical data does DentaGama record?
DentaGama records statistical data including: IP addresses, operating system types and browser types. This information is always anonymous.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small vessel for information, or a text file, and it is sent by a web server to a web browser. The browser then stores the file. The file is sent back to the server whenever the browser is used to access that server. In this way, the server can identify and track the browser.
The information that Dentagama gleans from the cookies falls into the Collected Information category. Any advertisers and service providers who use our site may send you cookies as well.
What kind of cookies does DentaGama use?
How long do cookies last?
Cookies normally expire at some point, but that can range from the moment you log off of a site to months. Cookies are also renewed by DentaGama everytime you visit. These cookies normally expire after a week to a month of inactivity. The cookies that DentaGama uses to improve user experience can last up to two years.
Turning off cookies
If you haven’t changed the settings on your browser, it is most likely that it is automatically accepting cookies. If you do want to turn off your cookies, your browser’s help section will tell you how. If you do block or delete cookies, you may be restricted from accessing DentaGama or other sites.