Last updated: May 7, 2021
Richard Troy (“us”, “we”, or “our” “I” “me” “mine”) operates the Richard Troy website (the “Service”).
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What types of cookies does ricktroy.com use?
First and third-party cookies
- First-party cookies are cookies that are served directly by ricktroy.com to your computer. They are used only by ricktroy.com to recognize your computer or mobile device when it revisits the Site.
- Third-party cookies are served by a third-party service provider on behalf of ricktroy.com, and can be used by the third-party service provider to recognize your computer or mobile device when you visit other websites. Third-party cookies are most commonly used for analytics or advertising purposes.
Type of cookies used by ricktroy.com
ricktroy.com uses different cookies for a variety of reasons as explained in detail below.
- Essential. ricktroy.com uses essential cookies in order to operate the Site, such as to enable and support our security features.
- Performance/Analytics. Performance cookies, web beacons and other tracking technologies collect information about how you have used the Site, and may be used to allow ricktroy.com to know that you have logged in so that ricktroy.com can provide you with refreshed content. In addition, these cookies and web beacons are used for analytics purposes, including by ricktroy.com to track Site usage and experiment with new features and changes to enhance your experience on the Site.
- Advertising or Targeting. ricktroy.com may use first-party or third-party cookies and web beacons to deliver advertisements and content that is relevant to your interests. These cookies and web beacons can remember that your computer or mobile device has visited our Site, and may also be able to track your device’s browsing activity on other sites or services other than ricktroy.com. This information may be shared with organizations outside of ricktroy.com, such as advertisers and/or advertising networks to deliver the advertising, and to help measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign.
Third-Party Cookies Used by ricktroy.com
Below are some of the third-party service providers that currently place analytics, advertising and social networking cookies within the Site. The table is subject to change at any time and does not necessarily include all third-party service providers used by ricktroy.com at any given time.
We use Google Analytics to analyze the use of our website. For more information about Google’s privacy practices, see https://policies.google.com/privacy.
We use Facebook to help us target ads to you and to track advertisements and website visits from our advertisements displayed on Facebook. For more information about Facebook’s privacy practices, please see: https://www.facebook.com/help/www/213802165366955.
How long will cookies stay on my device?
Cookies can remain on your computer or mobile device for different periods of time. ricktroy.com uses both session cookies and persistent cookies. A persistent cookie remains after you close your browser. Persistent cookies may be used by your browser on subsequent visits to the Site. Persistent cookies can be removed by following your web browser help file directions. A session cookie is temporary and disappears after you close your browser.