Cookie Policy

Memory in Waves Cookie Policy

Effective date: 11 May 2020

We use cookies on the website available at https://memoryinwaves.com (the “Memory In Waves”) because it allows us to ensure that you have the best possible user experience. In this cookie policy, we explain what types of cookies we use and specify the purposes for which each of the cookies is used. If you would like to disable cookies, please refer to the section “How to disable cookies?” below. Please keep in mind that the full functionality of Memory In Waves may not be available without cookies.

  1. Who is responsible for cookies?

Memory In Waves is owned and operated by Juan Herrera having an address at 9318 Skokie blvd., P.O. Box 4512, Skokie, IL 60077-1300, the United States of America (“we”, “us”, and “our”). We act as a data controller with regard to your personal data collected through Memory In Waves, including the cookie-related data.

  1. What is a cookie? 

A cookie is a small piece of data consisting of letters and numbers. When you visit a website, the website may send a cookie to your browser. Your browser will store the cookie on your computing device for certain period of time. Cookies are used to recognise your device, identify you as a unique user on the Internet, and collect certain information about your use of a website. In other words, cookies allow websites to “remember” your actions and preferences. 

  1. What types of cookies are there? 

There are several types of cookies. For example, cookies may be (i) first-party cookies (set by the website itself) or (ii) third-party cookies (placed by third-party websites). Depending on their duration, cookies are divided into (i) persistent cookies, which remain valid until deleted by you, (ii) cookies that remain valid until their pre-set expiration date, and (iii) session cookies that remain valid until the browser is closed. Depending on the functionality, there are the following main types of cookies:

  • Technical cookies, which are necessary to ensure the correct functioning of a website and  provision of the services requested by you; 
  • Marketing cookies, which are used to create, implement, and examine digital marketing campaigns and offer personalised advertisement; and
  • Statistics cookies, which are used to generate statistical reports about your use of a website.
  1. What types of cookies do we use? 

The list of cookies that we use is provided in the table below. The table also explains the purposes of our cookies and specifies their expiration time.

Strictly necessary technical cookies

Name

Type

Provider/location

Expiration

Purpose

[SessionID#27] 

Third-party HTTP cookie

PayPal (United States)

1 day

The cookie is necessary for the processing of your payments through PayPal.

__cfduid 

First-party HTTP cookie

Memory In Waves (United States)

29 days

The cookie is used by the content network Cloudflare to identify trusted web traffic. 

__paypal_storage__ 

First-party HTML cookie

Memory In Waves (United States)

Persistent

The cookie is used for making a safe payment transaction through PayPal. 

akavpau_ppsd 

Third-party HTTP cookie

PayPal (United States)

End of session

The cookie is used for making a safe payment transaction through PayPal. 

cookies.js 

First-party HTTP cookie

Memory In Waves (United States)

End of session

The cookie is used to determine whether you have accepted the cookie consent box. This ensures that the cookie consent box will not be presented again upon re-entry.

elementor 

First-party HTML cookie

Memory In Waves (United States)

Persistent

The cookie is used to allow us to implement or change the Memory In Waves content in real-time. 

rc::c 

Third-party HTML cookie

Google (United States)

End of session

The cookie is used to distinguish between humans and bots. 

ts 

Third-party Pixel cookie

PayPal (United States)

End of session

The cookie is used for making a safe payment transaction through PayPal. 

ts_c 

Third-party HTTP cookie

PayPal (United States)

3 years

The cookie is used for making a safe payment transaction through PayPal. 

wc_cart_hash_# 

First-party HTML cookie

Memory In Waves (United States)

Persistent

The cookie is used for saving your items in the shopping cart.

wc_fragments_# 

First-party HTML cookie

Memory In Waves (United States)

End of session

The cookie is used to store your login information.

Marketing cookies

Name

Type

Provider/location

Expiration

Purpose

_fbp 

First-party HTTP cookie

Memory in Waves (United States)

3 months

The cookie is used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement from third party advertisers. 

_hjIncludedInSample 

First-party HTTP cookie

Memory in Waves (United States)

End of session

The cookie is used to determine if your navigation should be registered in a certain statistical place holder. 

_hjRecordingEnabled 

First-party HTML cookie

Memory in Waves (United States)

End of session

The cookie is used to identify you and optimize ad-relevance by collecting your data from multiple websites.

common/cavalry_endpoint.php 

Third-party Pixel cookie

Facebook (United States)

End of session

The cookie is used to collect data on your behaviour from multiple websites, in order to present more relevant advertisement.

e/ir 

Third-party Pixel cookie

Amazon (United States)

End of session

The cookie is used to collect data on your behaviour and interaction in order to optimize Memory In Waves and make advertisement more relevant. 

fr 

Third-party HTTP cookie

Facebook (United States)

3 months

The cookie is used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products from third party advertisers.

tr 

Third-party Pixel cookie

Facebook (United States)

End of session

The cookie is used by Facebook to deliver a series of advertisement products from third party advertisers.

Statistics cookies

Name

Type

Provider/location

Expiration

Purpose

_ga 

First-party HTTP cookie

Memory in Waves (United States)

2 years

The cookie is used to set a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how you use Memory In Waves.

_hjid 

First-party HTTP cookie

Memory in Waves (United States)

1 year

The cookie is used to set a unique ID for the session. This allows us to obtain data on your behaviour for statistical purposes. 

_hjid 

First-party HTML cookie

Memory in Waves (United States)

Persistent

The cookie is used to set a unique ID for the session. This allows us to obtain data on your behaviour for statistical purposes. 

_hjRecordingLastActivity 

First-party HTML cookie

Memory in Waves (United States)

End of session

The cookie is used to determine whether you have been shown feedback messages. 

hjViewportId 

First-party HTML cookie

Memory in Waves (United States)

End of session

The cookie is used to set a unique ID for the session. This allows us to obtain data on your behaviour for statistical purposes. 

mailchimp_landing_site 

First-party HTTP cookie

Memory in Waves (United States)

27 days

The cookie is used to register how you entered Memory In Waves. This function is provided by Mailchimp. 

 5. Cookie consent

When you visit Memory In Waves, you may see a cookie consent banner that asks you to consent to our use of non-strictly necessary cookies (e.g., if you are based in the EEA). If, after being served such a banner, you do not provide your consent to our use of all cookies, you will be served strictly necessary technical cookies only.

6. How to disable cookies?

When you see a cookie consent banner, you have the freedom not to provide your consent for our use of statistics and marketing cookies. You can also disable cookies at any time on your browser or device. Please note that some parts of Memory In Waves may not function properly without cookies and you cannot decline strictly necessary technical cookies. For declining cookies on your browser, it may be helpful to consult the “Cookies” section of the relevant browser:

7. Our use of Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics, the service operated by Google Inc. based in the United States (“Google”) to analyse your use of the Website. Google Analytics generates statistical reports by means of cookies. Google Analytics cookies are anonymous first-party cookies like “__gat”, “__gid”, and “__ga”. Please note that the use of Google Analytics cookies is anonymous and does not allow us to identify you in any manner. The information generated by cookies about your use of Memory In Waves (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Your IP address will be anonymised and Google will not combine your IP address with other information Google holds about you. Thus, Google will not be able to identify you. In certain cases (e.g., when required by law or when third parties conduct services on behalf of Google), Google may transfer the information to third parties. For more information about Google Analytics’ privacy practices, please visit https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245. If you would like to opt out from Google Analytics, you can do so by installing a Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on available at https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en. For more information on opting-out from advertising features on your device, please visit https://www.networkadvertising.org.

8. Contact details

You can contact us if you have any questions or need further clarifications regarding our cookies by using the following contact details:

Email: [email protected]

Postal address: Memory in Waves, 9318 Skokie blvd., P.O. Box 4512, Skokie, IL 60077-1300, the United States of America 

Contact form / Live chat: https://memoryinwaves.com/contact/