Cookie Policy

Please read this Cookie Policy carefully for more information on what cookies are, how we use them and how you can manage your cookie preferences.

What are cookies?‎

Website cookies are small text files that, when you visit a website, are sent to your browser and stored on your computer, mobile phone or other device. Each of these types of cookies can return information to the website every time you reuse the website. Cookies can be permanent (called persistent cookies and will remain on your computer until you delete them) or temporary (called session cookies and remain until you close your browser). Cookies can also be basic cookies that are set by the website or application you are using, or third-party cookies that are not under the control of the owner of the website or application you are using.

How does theglitchy.com use cookies?‎

theglitchy.com uses cookies to improve the functionality of the online service, to enable you to efficiently navigate the pages of the website and remember your preferences and settings, and to improve the overall user experience. We also use cookies to analyze how our users use our site and interact with our content. We also allow certain approved third parties to use cookies and other similar technologies for these purposes. Below you will find more detailed information on how and why we use cookies.

Which cookies are used and why

The cookies used on the site can be divided into the following categories:

Strictly Necessary Cookies

These cookies are essential for the website to function and cannot be disabled on our systems. They are usually only set in response to your actions, such as setting your privacy level, logging in, or filling out forms.‎

You can configure your browser to block these cookies or notify you about their use, but then some parts of the website will not work.

These cookies are primary cookies and can be permanent or temporary. In short, without these cookies, it is impossible to provide the services you request.‎

Analytical or performance cookies

These cookies allow us to count the number and sources of visitors in order to evaluate and improve the service. These cookies collect information about how visitors use the website, such as which pages they visit most often and how long they stay on them.

If you do not allow the use of these cookies, we will not have data about your visit to our services, and we will not be able to control their effectiveness.

These cookies can be permanent or temporary, first-party or third-party.In short, these cookies collect information about the content viewed and the pages visited.

Functional cookies

These cookies allow the website to remember the options you choose (for example, the username, language or country you are in) and provide enhanced, more personalized features.

We use these cookies to remember whether any services have been provided in the past and to improve the overall experience of using our Online Service by remembering your preferences.‎

These cookies can be permanent or temporary, primary or third party. In short, these cookies remember your choices to improve the user experience.

Advertising cookies

These cookies serve to limit the number of times an advertisement is viewed and allow us to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns and to understand whether the advertisements were displayed correctly.

These cookies are not used in our services to target advertisements.

Advertising cookies are third party and can be permanent or temporary. In short, they are associated with the advertising services of approved third parties on our site.

How to manage cookies and your preferences

If you want to restrict, block or delete cookies, you can do so in your web browser settings. The steps required may vary slightly depending on the browser you are using.

Call up the Help function in your web browser to see what you need to do.‎

Please note that access to certain sections of our websites is only possible if cookies are allowed, and you should understand that disabling cookies may prevent you from accessing some content and using all the functions of our Online Service.

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