The House of Prince
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- Cookies can remember your login credentials so you do not have to enter them again each time you connect to a service.
- Cookies help us and third parties to understand the most popular parts of our Services; they help us see which pages and features are visited by the users and how much time is spent on each. By studying this kind of information, we can customise our Services and provide you with a better experience.
- Cookies help us and third parties to understand which advertisements you have viewed so you do not receive the same advertisement each time you access the Service.
- Cookies help us and third parties provide you with relevant content and advertisements by collecting information about your use of our Services and other websites and applications.
However, please note that certain Services may have been designed to work with cookies and that deactivating cookies may affect your ability to use those Services or part of those Services.
Other local storage
We and certain third parties may use other kinds of local storage technologies, such as Local Shared Objects (commonly called “Flash cookies”) and local HTML5 storage (HTML5 Web Storage) in conjunction with our Services. These technologies are similar to the cookies mentioned above as they employ storage on your device and can be used to store information concerning your activities and preferences. However, these technologies may use different parts of your device than typical cookies, and therefore may not be controlled with the standard tools and browser settings.
We and certain third parties may also use technologies called “beacons” (or “pixels”) that send information from your device to a server. Beacons can be embedded in internet content, videos, and emails to allow a server to read certain types of information from your device. Beacons can also be embedded to determine when you have viewed specific content or a specific email message, the time and date on which the beacon was viewed, and the IP direction of your device. We and certain third parties use beacons for a variety of purposes, such as to analyse the use of our Services and (in combination with cookies) to offer you more relevant content and advertisements.
By accessing and using our Services, you agree to the storage of cookies, other local storage technologies, beacons, and other information on your devices. You also allow us and the aforementioned third parties to access these cookies, local storage technologies, beacons, and information.