Cookies and Policy

Cookies Policy

At Octopus Ghostwriters, we utilize cookies to enhance the browsing experience of our visitors. Cookies are small pieces of data stored on devices, enabling web browsers to remember preferences for returning users. Our objective is to understand user behavior and improve our website accordingly. Visitors who prefer not to have cookies stored can adjust their browser settings, though some features may be affected.

Types of Cookies We Use:

Octopus Ghostwriters may employ multiple cookies, that can be either first-party or third-party, persistent or session. Our website uses the following types of cookies:

Strictly Necessary Cookies:

  • Essential for website use
  • Adjust data transmission to internet connections
  • Ensure secure access
  • Facilitate requested services.
  • Do not store personal information

Blocking these cookies may impact certain website functions but does not store Personal Information.

Performance Cookies:

  • Count visits and analyze traffic sources to improve website performance
  • Do not store personal information
  • Analyzed through Google Analytics which shares data with other Google services

Opting out is possible through the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on. You can see the details on Google’s Privacy & Terms web page.

Functional Cookies:

  • Enhance website functionality by remembering choices to offer personalized features.
  • May store specific Personal Information to improve user experience.

Targeting Cookies:

  • Enable us to manage and display ads based on user activity
  • Uniquely identify browsers and internet devices.

Opting out of interest-based advertising doesn’t eliminate online ads but prevents companies from tailoring them to user interests. Opt-out options are available through the Google Ads Settings web page.

Social Media Cookies:

  • Simplify social sharing
  • Provide tools to connect with the site
  • Help us understand our social media effectiveness.

These third-party cookies are subject to user choices on social media platforms. For example, Facebook users can learn more about interest-based advertising on their page and follow instructions to opt-out.

For Users Who Wish to Decline Cookies:

Most web browsers provide options to accept or reject cookies and manage existing ones. These settings are typically found in the “options,” “tools,” or “preferences” menu, with additional guidance in the browser’s “help” section.