Cookies and logs etc.

(a) Cookies. A cookie is information a website, app or platforms places on your computer’s hard drive or devices etc. so that the website, app or platform is able to remember your preferences and/or which pages you visited on the website/app/platform and make your visit more efficient and enjoyable. WINGS may use cookies to determine the number of unique users of the Website over a given period, or to remember user account details, etc. so that the need for multiple log-ins is eliminated, or to otherwise personalize and optimize your visit to our Website. It may combine information collected through cookies to any Personal Data submitted online when using the Website to help personalize a user’s access to and use of the Website. Cookies may be disabled on your computer by indicating this in the preferences or options menus in your browser.

(b) Logfiles. Log files are files that log actions that have occurred on a website, app or platform. WINGS may collect data in the form of log files and may use such log files to gather statistics about Users’ user habits and to assess overall Website activity, including how many “hits” a particular web page etc. is getting and other navigational data. These entries are generated anonymously, and enable WINGS and/or platforms to track interest in specific promotions, features, troubleshoot technical concerns, and provide Users with content that may be of interest to them. Log files are used internally only, and are not associated with any particular user, computer, or browser.

(c) Web beacons. The Website may use a variety of technical methods for tracking purposes, including “Web beacons” etc. Web beacons are small pieces of data that are embedded in images on the pages of the Website. We may also use these technical methods to analyze the traffic patterns in the Website such as the frequency with which Users accesses various parts of the Website etc. These technical methods may involve the transmission of information either directly to us or to another party authorized by us to collect information on our behalf. The information from use of these technical methods may be collected in a form that is personally identifiable.