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ERROR ALARM COOKIE
The cookie set by Error Alarm enables us to set your language preference, attribute visitors to a marketing channel, and once you login, securely show you information that is specific to your account. The cookie contains a user identifier, but no directly personally identifying information such as your name or email address, and does not track any activity outside the Error Alarm website.
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
Error Alarm uses third-party services such as Google Analytics and Adwords. Cookies from such services are used to collect data for statistical reports. For example, we may generate reports regarding the amount of time users spend on the Site and the number of users who visit a particular page.
Error Alarm uses Google AdWords remarketing to show advertisements on third-party websites (including Google) to users who have visited our Site. We may show such users advertisements on a Google search results page, or on a site in the Google Display Network.