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Overview
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brief list of our policies

Cookie Policy
describes our cookie, advertising cookies, ways to control cookies, opting out of ads

Privacy Policy
information we collect, links to advertisers

Terms of Use
intellectual property, possibility of errors, warranty disclaimer, governing law, etc

Credits
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Cookie Policy

Effective Date: February 1, 2017

Scan Basics uses cookies. This page contains our Cookie Policy for our website at www.scanbasics.com (our "Website"). This Cookie Policy describes our cookie and ways to control cookies.

By accessing or using our Website, you are accepting and agreeing to the practices described in this policy.

About Cookies

Cookies are tiny text files created by websites and stored with web browsers.

Two common types of cookies are session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are used while browsing from page to page on the same website, but are deleted when you close your web browser. Persistent cookies are used by a website to store information about you for future visits to the same website, but are deleted when they reach their expiration date.

Cookies are categorized as first-party or third-party. First-party cookies are typically used by the site shown in the address bar to remember information about you (such as log-in details) so you don't have to re-enter this information on future visits. Third-party cookies are typically used by advertisers to remember your responses to ads so they can show you more personalized ads on future visits.

In addition to cookies, web pages may contain web beacons (aka page tags, web bugs, tracking bugs, etc). Web beacons are often tiny transparent images (aka pixel tags, 1x1 gifs, clear gifs, etc) but can be other html tags including script tags. Web beacons can be used to collect information such as your IP (internet protocol) address, your ISP (internet service provider), and your browser.

Our Cookie

Our cookie banner uses a cookie called "cookieconsent_status" which expires in one year. This cookie is set when the user clicks the "Got it!" button in the cookie banner. While this cookie exists, the banner no longer displays. If this cookie is deleted or expires, the cookie banner will re-display.

To delete our banner cookie, click this button:

Advertiser Cookies

Third party vendors, including Google and other advertisers, use cookies to serve ads based on a user's prior visits to our Website or other websites. Cookies let advertisers learn about what ads you see and click on, so they can show you more ads personalized to your interests. These are called interest-based or personalized ads.

You can opt out of a third party vendor's use of cookies for personalized advertising by visiting Digital Advertising Alliance's Consumer Choice Page.

Google Ads: We may publish Google AdSense personalized advertisements on our Website. Google's use of advertising cookies enables Google and its partners to serve personalized ads to our users based on their visit to our Website and/or other websites on the internet. You may opt out of Google's personalized advertising by visiting Google's Ads Settings.

Amazon Ads: We may publish Amazon interest-based advertisements on our Website. Like other advertisers, Amazon uses cookies, web beacons, and other technologies to serve you more relevant ads. You may opt out of Amazon's interest-based advertising for your current browser by visiting Amazon Advertising Preferences.

Controlling Cookies

You can delete any or all cookies with your browser. You can also block all cookies but websites would become less convenient to use. Some browsers let you block just third-party and advertiser cookies, so user information (such as log-in details) can still be remembered.

Here are some links to instructions for controlling cookies for the following browsers: For other browsers and cookies in general, please see AllAboutCookies.

Changes to this Policy

We may occasionally update this policy. When we do, we will also revise the Effective Date at the top of this policy. We encourage you to periodically review this policy to stay informed about cookie usage by us and our advertisers. Your continued use of our Website constitutes your agreement to this policy and any updates.

Contacting Us

If you have questions about this policy, please contact us by email at