Like many companies, Plantlife uses “cookies” on our website to improve the user experience. Cookies are tiny files containing a string of letters and numbers that are sent to your computer or mobile device by web page servers. They help us distinguish you from other users of our websites. Cookies cannot be executed as code nor can they be used to deliver viruses. Cookies do not enable Plantlife to access or read any other information on your hard drive – even if cookies are stored there.
Cookies may be associated with the identifiable information you have provided while registering for a Plantlife service or while logged in, such as your email address when subscribing to a Plantlife newsletter. This helps us provide you with a more personalized user experience, e.g. to enable us to deliver content relevant to your interests.
• Strictly Necessary: These technical cookies are essential in order to enable you to move around our websites and use its features, such as accessing secure areas or online storefronts of the websites. These cookies are only temporarily stored while you are using our websites and are deleted from your device once you close your browser session;
• Functionality: These personalization cookies allow our websites to remember choices you make such as user name, language or region you are in and provide a more enhanced personal experience. These cookies will expire within 24 hours;
• Performance and Statistics: These analysis cookies collect information about how visitors use our websites, for instance, which pages visitors go to most often and if they receive error messages. These cookies are used to improve the functionality of our websites.
In some instances, we may also include web beacons (also known as page tags or tracking pixels) and other technologies in our online services or newsletters. A web beacon is a graphic on a website or in a newsletter which is used to understand whether emails are opened or links in the emails are clicked. This technology helps us improve the content and relevancy of our newsletters for our recipients.
For more information about cookies and other tracking technologies, including how to disable them, please visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org/
If you have not done so already, please also review Plantlife’s Terms of Service (including our Privacy Statement). The Terms of Service (including our Privacy Statement) contain provisions that limit Plantlife’s liability to users of our website.