Cookies and website analytics
When you visit a website, the server may send your browser a cookie file to your hard drive. The cookie enables the website to remember who you are when you return. Whether a cookie is “permanent” or, “session” determines how long it will remain on your computer or mobile device.
Both forms of cookies are used here at Safari Star. Session cookies are temporary and will be deleted from your device once your browsing session ends. Unlike session cookies, which are destroyed whenever you close your browser, continued cookies remain on your computer or mobile device until they expire or are deleted. On our site, we may use the types and categories of cookies.
Strictly necessary cookies. These cookies are required for you to navigate, access, and utilize the Safari Star website. With certain cookies, it is possible to deliver some services.
Functional cookies. These cookies enable our website to remember your preferences and tailor your experience accordingly. For instance, when a member decides to save his or her password for log-on reasons, a pseudonymized version of this data is kept locally on the system. This ensures that a member’s username and password cannot be readily recovered but that it is simple to log back on.
Third-party cookies. Cookies set by websites and/or companies other than Safari Star are third-party cookies. These cookies may be used on our website to enhance our goods and services or to help us provide more relevant advertising. These cookies are subject to individual privacy rules applicable to these other services.
Analytics cookies. We utilize analytics cookies, such as those provided by Google Analytics, to learn how long a user spends on our site, which pages they find most helpful, and how they got to Safari Star. Visit this Google webpage for additional information about Google Analytics and your data.
How to control cookie settings
Most web browsers enable you to manage cookies via their settings, but if you restrict websites’ capacity to set cookies, your overall browsing experience may suffer.