Intentional Impact Cookie Policy

Effective: May 16th, 2018

Our Privacy Policy explains how we collect and use information from and about you when you visit our website, create an account with us, or otherwise interact with us. This policy explains more about how we use cookies and your choices concerning cookies.

What are Cookies?

Like most websites, we use cookies and similar technologies to remember things about you so that we can provide you with a better experience.

  • Cookies are small data files stored on your browser or device. They may be served by the entity that operates the website you are visiting (“first-party cookies”), and they can only be read by that website. Cookies may also be set by other companies or websites that show content on the page you are viewing (“third-party cookies”). For example, we partner with third-party analytics providers, like Google, which set cookies when you visit our websites. This helps us understand how you are using our Services so that we can improve them. Each cookie is unique to your browser and can be used by a website to improve the user experience, such as your user preferences or the contents of your shopping cart. Some websites use cookies to allow advertisements or marketing messages to be shown based on your location or your browsing habits. There are different types of cookies:Session cookies: These are temporary and only last for the duration of your browsing session.  When you close your browser these are deleted.Persistent cookies:  These are saved on your computer for a fixed period (usually a year or longer) and are not deleted when closing your browser.Flash cookies: Adobe Flash Player uses its own cookies which are not manageable through your browser settings.
  • Pixels are small images on a web page or in an email. Pixels collect information about your browser or device and can set cookies.
  • Local storage allows data to be stored locally on your browser or device and includes HTML5 local storage and browser cache.
  • SDKs are blocks of code provided by our partners that may be installed in our mobile applications. SDKs help us understand how you interact with our mobile applications and collect certain information about the device and network you use to access the application.

How We Use Cookies

We use cookies for a number of reasons, like helping us see which features are most popular, counting visitors to a page, improving our users’ experience, keeping our services secure, and generally providing you with a better experience. The cookies we use generally fall into one of the following categories.

Strictly necessary cookies

These cookies are required to make the website work and without it would be difficult to view or navigate the site.

Functionality cookies

These cookies allow the website to provide enhanced, more personal features, such as remembering a preference selection or enabling you to leave comments.

Social networking and sharing tools

Our website is integrated with a number of popular social networking websites.  These may set cookies to identify you when you are also logged in to their services.

Analytics cookies

These cookies help us understand how visitors navigate to and through our website, how long they spend viewing our content and how often they return. We can then use this information to improve our website.

Tracking cookies

These cookies show us where you have seen our content so that we can understand how effective our efforts to share this content have been.


We only use this information to evaluate the improvements to be introduced in order to provide a better service for the users visiting us, and facilitate interactivity with social networks like Twitter or Facebook.

How you can control cookies

You can set up the Internet browser so that it informs you every time that a new cookie is stored in the computer; this will enable you to decide whether to accept it or reject it. Some parts of the website may not function correctly if you reject the cookies.

You can permit, identify, block or delete the cookies installed on your computer accessing to the settings menu of the browser installed on your computer.
The following links may be helpful to understand how you can change your browser settings to restrict the websites that can set cookies, or to stop your browser accepting cookies.  The ‘Help’ option in your browser may also have further details.

Cookie settings in Chrome
Cookie settings in Firefox
Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
Cookie settings in Safari web
Cookie settings in iOS

The following link may also be helpful to find out more about cookies and how they are used: All About Cookies