Scrapbook.com, LLC, the company that manages the website www.scrapbook.com and all its properties utilizes cookies to enhance our user’s online experience. Nearly every website on the Internet today utilizes cookies. Below, we explain what cookies are, what types Scrapbook.com uses, and how to disable these and other third-party cookies. If you have questions or concerns, contact us anytime.
WHAT ARE COOKIES AND WHY DOES SCRAPBOOK.COM USE THEM?
A cookie is small text file of letters and numbers generated by websites you visit that stores information, sometimes known as session data, as you navigate the site. This information can be used to improve your browsing experience.
Scrapbook.com cookies are safe for your computer. The cookies store only information that is used by your browser. The cookies cannot and do not execute computer code and cannot and do not access your computer’s content. These cookies help ensure the website functions properly and do not contain viruses or other harmful software known as malware. Cookies improve user experiences by storing preferences, such as language preferences, and by storing information about content the user has previously viewed. We use information gathered by cookies to help us detect and fix problems and errors with the website, and otherwise enhance your web-browsing experience.
WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES DOES SCRAPBOOK.COM USE?
Cookies do not tell us any personally identifiable information other than your IP address, though they may store personal data that you provide to us when you complete our online forms and we may use that data to enhance your experience. For example, these cookies assist in keeping you logged into the site between sessions. You may voluntarily de-activate and/or eliminate cookies by following your Internet browser’s instructions, though by doing so you will have a different, less-enhanced browsing experience on our website.
CAN A USER BLOCK OR ELIMINATE THESE COOKIES?
Yes. You can block, eliminate, or allow cookies in your browser settings. Be aware some services will be blocked when certain cookies are not allowed to operate fully.
The following resources explain how to deactivate or block cookies in some of the most common web browsers: