Cookie Policy

 

This policy was updated 22 December 2017

Shock Therapy® appreciates your visit. If you are not at least 13 years of age, please leave this web site and do not return until you turn 13. 

Our Cookie Policy is part of our Terms of Service and we ask that you review those Terms of Service first in order to have a fuller understanding of this Cookie Policy. “Cookies” are bits of digital information we send to your browser when you visit our site.  This policy will let you know how we do that, what information we collect and how we use and share that information. If you access our site or use our services you are accepting our Cookie Policy.  If you do not want to accept our Cookie Policy please do not access our site or use our services.

Cookies    Shock Therapy® uses three digital tools called “cookies”, “pixels” and “device identifiers”.  “Cookies” are small pieces of text that we send to your browser automatically when you visit our site. They help us to:

- verify your account, verify your device, evaluate your login and help prevent fraud
- analyze how our services are being used, what you are seeing, what you show interest in
- analyze how our site is performing
- allow third parties to communicate with you, including sending ads

You may set your device to opt out of cookies but that will limit our ability to serve you.

Pixels and Device Identifiers    A “pixel tag” or “pixel” is a bit of code we embed on sites and emails to learn how you interact with out site pages and emails, which helps us and our ad partners to present you with a more tailored experience.  “Device identifiers” allow us to track, analyze and improve performance of out site and ads.

You are responsible to monitor our Terms of Service, Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy as they may be changed as posted on our site at any time. If you continue to use the site and our services after the changes become effective, you will be bound by the changes.

Shock Therapy® incorporates here all of the general terms in its Terms of Service in case you forgot to read those terms.