What is a Cookie?

A cookie, a tiny data file, is transferred to your computer or mobile device each time you visit a website. Website owners frequently employ cookies to provide reporting information as well as to help their websites function, or function more successfully.

The owner of a website (in this case, vegas web) sets first-party cookies. Cookies that are set by businesses other than the website's owner are known as third-party cookies. The provision of third-party features or functionality on or through the website (such as advertising, interactive content, and analytics) is made possible by cookies from third parties. The parties who set these third-party cookies may be able to recognize your computer when you visit the disputed website as well as a few other websites. 

Why do we apply cookies?

Cookies help us learn more about how visitors interact with our content and improve their overall experience.

Site Functionality

 Visitors can share our website's content and suggest it on Facebook and Twitter by using the share feature. Even though they do not include personal information, cookies record how users use the sharing function so that the site can be enhanced. No data is saved if you refuse to allow cookies. When you visit a page containing videos embedded from or linked to YouTube, for example, we use third-party suppliers for some of the features on our site. You may want to check the policies of these third-party websites for information regarding their use of cookies since these videos or links (and any other content from third-party suppliers) may contain third-party cookies.  

Tracking Technologies and Cookies

We track activities on Our Service and store data using Cookies and other tracking technologies. Beacons, tags, and scripts are examples of tracking technologies used to gather information, track it, and analyze it to improve Our Service. We may use the following technologies

Tracking Technologies and Cookies

We track activities on Our Service and store data using Cookies and other tracking technologies. Beacons, tags, and scripts are examples of tracking technologies used to gather information, track it, and analyze it to improve Our Service. We may use the following technologies

  • Cookies or browser cookies: A cookie is a little file that is downloaded to your device. You can tell your browser to always reject cookies or to let you know when one is being sent. However, you might not be able to enjoy all of our Service if you refuse to accept Cookies. If you haven't changed your browser's settings to reject cookies, our Service may use them.

  • The Web Beacons: Web beacons, also known as clear gifs, pixel tags, and single-pixel gifs, are tiny data files that may be included in some parts of our Service and emails. They allow the Company, for example, to count users who have visited those pages or opened emails, as well as for other related website statistics (for instance, tracking the popularity of a particular section and confirming system and server integrity). Cookies come in two varieties: "Persistent" and "Session". When you go offline, persistent cookies continue to be stored on your computer or mobile device, whereas session cookies disappear the moment your web browser is closed. Become familiar with cookies: How Do Cookies Work? For the reasons listed below, we both utilize session cookies and persistent cookies.

  • Essential / Necessary Cookies Type: Session Cookies Managing Entity us
    Purpose: You need certain cookies in order to receive the services offered through the website and to use some of its features. They aid in user authentication and guard against unauthorized usage of user accounts. We only use these Cookies to provide You with the services You have requested since we are unable to give them to You without them.

  • Acceptance of Cookies: Policy and Notice Persistent cookies are the type of cookies used. These cookies are used to determine whether users have consented to the website using cookies.

  • Persistent cookies: of the functional kind are handled by us.
    Use: These cookies let us remember decisions you make when using the website, like your preferred language or login information. These Cookies are used to give You a better tailored experience and save You from having to enter Your Preferences each time You visit the Website.

  • Performance and Tracking : Cookies Persistent cookies are a type. These cookies are used to track information about website traffic and user behavior. They are managed by Third Parties. The data collected through these Cookies may be used to directly or indirectly identify you as a specific visitor. This is due to the fact that the information gathered is frequently connected to a pseudonymous identifier linked to the computer or other device you use to visit the Website. We might also test new Website functionality, features, or pages using these Cookies to observe how people respond.

  • How can I refuse cookies?

    Cookies won't be used by us to collect a visitor's personally identifiable data. You can choose whether to accept or reject the cookies that Vegas Web puts by changing the settings in your browser; for more help, use the "Help" option in your browser. Please be aware that most browsers accept cookies by default, so if you don't want them to be used, you might need to manually delete or block cookies. For details on how cookies are used in mobile phone browsers and how to reject or delete such cookies, please consult the user manual for your smartphone. 

    Essential website cookies:

    These cookies are strictly necessary to provide you with services available through our Website and to use some of its features, such as access to secure areas.  

    Managing cookies in my browser: 

    To learn more about how to refuse cookies using your web browser settings, see the help menu of your browser. The ways to do so vary depending on the browser. The most popular browsers' cookie management options are as follows: In Chrome Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Edge, Opera, and Most advertising networks also provide you the option of declining to receive tailored ads. If you would like further information, kindly visit the following website: The Digital Advertising Alliance The Canadian Digital Advertising Alliance Alliance for European Interactive Digital Advertising 

    Do you employ Local Shared Objects or Flash cookies?

    The so-called "Flash Cookies" (sometimes referred to as Local Shared Objects or "LSOS") may also be used by websites for a variety of purposes, including data collection and storage regarding how you use our services, fraud prevention, and other site operations. Local Shared Objects, sometimes known as "LSOS," are another name for the so-called "Flash Cookies" that are used by some websites for a number of functions, including fraud prevention, data gathering and storage about user interactions with their services, and other site activities. If you do not want Flash Cookies to be stored on your computer, you may change the settings of your Flash player using the tools in the Website Storage Options Panel. Please be advised that setting the Flash Player to restrict or limit acceptance of Flash Cookies may affect how some Flash apps function or interact with our services or online content.

    Do you provide specialized advertising?

    Third parties may set cookies on your computer or mobile device in order to provide adverts on our website. These companies may make use of information about your visits to this and other websites in order to present pertinent advertisements for goods and services you might be interested in. They might also make use of techniques for measuring the effectiveness of advertisements. Companies can accomplish this by using cookies or web beacons to collect information about your visits to this and other websites, enabling them to display you relevant advertisements for goods and services that may be of interest to you. The information received through this approach does not directly identify you unless you want to provide your name, contact information, or other data that directly identifies you.

    How frequently will this Cookie Policy be updated?

    We may from time to time alter this Cookie Policy to reflect changes to the cookies we use or for other operational, legal, or regulatory reasons. We suggest that you often check this Cookie Policy so that you are aware of how we use cookies and other connected technologies. The date at the top indicates when this Cookie Policy was last modified.

    Where can I find further details?