Our Cookies

Discover the sweet side of Browsing with A Creative Insight’s Cookies

Hi, this is the cookie page for A Creative Insight. Our cookies make browsing easier by keeping track of your settings and the things you do. We’re dedicated to using cookies honestly and fairly. We care a lot about your privacy, and we’re here to answer any questions you have. Find out more about cookies and how to change your settings.

What Do Cookies Do?

Cookies are small text files that some websites put on your computer, tablet, or phone when you visit them. They remember your device so that you can have a better, more personalized browsing experience the next time you come.

Types of Cookies We Use?

Session cookies

These are only used while your browser is open and are deleted when you stop it. They keep track of your session data while you browse a website and are necessary for some.

Persistent Cookies

These cookies stay on your computer even after you close your browser. They remember what you like and how you want things to work when you visit the same site again.

First-party cookies

Once you view a website, that website is the only one that can read the first-party cookies it sets. They are often used for basic website features and to verify users.

Third-Party Cookies

Domains are other than the one you are viewing set third-party cookies. They are often used to target ads and keep track of how people use different websites.




Targeted advertising

How to Handle Cookies

Users can change how cookies are stored and viewed in most web browsers. Most browsers have privacy or security settings that let you change how cookies work. Some options are:

Accepting Cookies

You can either block all cookies, allow only first-party cookies, or accept all cookies. Remember that removing cookies might make some website features less useful.

Getting rid of cookies

Most browsers let you get rid of cookies that are stored on your computer. You can do this only for certain sites or for all cookies at once.

Incognito or Private Browsing

Browsing When you use the private or incognito mode of your browser, it doesn’t save cookies or your browsing information after the session is over.