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What kind of cookies does 6Hourly.com use?
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Analysis cookies: are those we use to track user behaviour on our website and therefore to improve the platform based on the analysis of usage data that the users of the service.
Behavioural advertising cookies: these persistent cookies store information on user behaviour in order to develop a specific profile and show adequate publicity to the same in different advertising.
How can you manage your cookie preferences?
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If you choose not to accept certain cookies, you may not be able to use some functions on our website. Plus, opting out of an online advertising network doesn't mean that you won't receive or be subject to online advertising or marketing analysis. It means that the network you opted out of will no longer deliver ads tailored to your web preferences and browsing patterns.
In addition to using cookies, 6hourly.com sometimes uses web beacons. A web beacon is a tiny graphic image of just one pixel that’s delivered to your computer either as part of a web page request or in an HTML email message. Either directly or through service providers, we use these pixels as part of our online advertisements either on our website or on third-party websites to learn whether a user who is being shown an online advertisement also makes a reservation; to track conversion with partner websites and to analyze a user's traffic patterns in order to optimize the travel-related services we bring to you.
Effective: January 15, 2015
Last updated on January 15, 2015