We at Miltonmarketing.com use Google Analytics and Google Analytics stores cookies on your devices to keep track of usage data. We use this data as a strict count of visitors to monitor the popularity and SEO ranking of our content. We do not collect and/or share any data such as unique identifiers, or personal information without your consent.
Here is an overview of what we collect when you use our website (https://www.miltonmarketing.com)
- Where the user navigates to within our domain of https://www.miltonmarketing.com ONLY.
- How long is spent on our domain (https://www.miltonmarketing.com) before leaving.
- Device used. example: iPhone X, Samsung S7, Desktop, Laptop.
- Your devices screen size to best determine future content quality.
- ISP used. example: Bell, Telus, Cogeco, Rogers, etc…
- Operating System. example: Windows, Mac, Android, etc…
- If you have agreed to personalized Ads from Google then: gender, age, geographic (country ONLY) location. We do not use ANY Advertisements or pop-ups on our website because we believe it hinders the user experience.
Do you want to Stop getting personalized ads on non-Google websites & apps?
- Go to the Ad Settings page.
- Uncheck the box next to “Also use your activity & information from Google services to personalize ads on websites and apps that partner with Google to show ads.”
If you don’t see a checkbox, this setting is already off because of another setting or your administrator.
Cookies are the reason why websites could recognize you and differ you from the others. Cookies are one of the reasons why websites are as cool as they are now. We posted this because some of our visitors are from European countries and in Europe, its the law to have all websites display the cookie warning.
What is a cookie and what does it do?
Cookies are messages that web servers pass to your web browser when you visit Internet sites. Your browser stores each message in a small file called cookie.txt. When you request another page from the server, your browser sends the cookie back to the server.
Are Cookies secure?
Cookies that are sent over HTTP (port 80) are not secure as the HTTP protocol is not encrypted. Cookies sent over HTTPS (port 443) are secure as HTTPS is encrypted as is https://www.miltonmarketing.com. So, if Facebook sends/receives cookies via HTTP, they can be stolen and used nefariously. That’s why you should always check for a green padlock right beside your browser’s URL bar. A website without a green padlock is insecure and all data that are sent and received can be hijacked with Man-in-the-middle attack.
Are Cookies bad?
No, cookies are stored in text (.txt) files which will never cause any trouble with your device. Just reset your browser cache or use the trusted:
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