Cookie and Tracking Tool Notice
Last modified: June 1st, 2018
The type of cookies that NeuShield uses are functionality cookies. These cookies are used to remember information you have entered or selections you have made and provide enhanced, more personal features. Functionality cookies also are used to improve how our websites function and perform, to enhance and customize your interactions with NeuShield. These cookies may also collect information about how visitors use our websites, including which pages visitors go to most often and if they receive error messages from certain pages.
In addition, we use third-party services such as: Google Account, Windows Live, Office 365, PayPal, and SendOwl. These services are used for single sign on, account authentication, and payment transaction processing and may set cookies based on their own requirements. If you choose to use these services for authenticating with the NeuShield portal or purchasing our products you must check with these third-party providers for their cookie policies.
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Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager
Log Files, IP Addresses, URLs and Other Data
Like most websites, we gather Interaction Information automatically to analyze cumulative trends and to administer our websites. This information may include your IP address (or the proxy server you use to access the web), device and application identification numbers, your location, your browser type, your internet service provider and/or mobile carrier, the pages and files you viewed, your searches, your operating system and system configuration information, and date/time stamps associated with your usage. Due to internet communications standards, when you visit or use our websites, we automatically receive the URL of the website you came from and the website you go to when you leave our website. This information is used to analyze overall trends, to help us improve our websites, and to track and aggregate non-personal information. For example, we use IP addresses to monitor the regions our customers and visitors are located in when they visit our websites.