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Cookies Policy

This Cookies Policy ("Cookies Policy") describes cookies and other technologies that K.i Datavision, Limited. ("K.i Datavision ", "we," "us," or "our") uses on its website ("Site") and the choices that users have. This Cookies Policy is a part of K.i.’s Privacy Policy.

When you first visit the Site, you will be asked to consent to use cookies by this Cookies Policy. Note that if you accept, we will store them on your computer.

What is a cookie?

A 'cookie' is information sent to your browser by a website you visit. The Site uses first-party cookies (those set by a website visited by the user at the time. For example, cookies via ( and third-party cookies (set by a different domain), as described below.

Cookies can be stored on your computer for various periods of time. They can be in the form of either "session cookies" or "persistent cookies." A session cookie only lasts as long as the browser session and is automatically deleted when you close your browser. A persistent cookie lasts long after your browser is closed and will remain until it expires (as determined by the third party in charge of placing it) or until you delete the cookie. Persistent cookies help sites recognize and identify your computer when you open your browser and surf the Internet again.

The data collected through cookies may include information about the IP (Internet Protocol) address of your device, browser type, language, operating system, the state or country from which you have accessed the Site, the date and the time of your visit(s), the number of links you click on this Site, the functions you use, the searches you request, and the data you have saved while on this Site. K.i. may use the information collected for a variety of necessary, legitimate purposes, including user authentication, user interface customization, security, research and analysis to improve the functionality of our Site, and advertising (for more information on how we use your data, please read our Privacy Policy).

How do we use cookies?

The following sets out how we use different categories of cookies, as well as information on your options for managing your settings for the data collected by these technologies:


  • Necessary cookies: These cookies are used to provide users with services available through a Site and to use some of its features, such as the ability to log in and access secure areas, provide pop-up notices, and accept language from sign-up forms. These cookies are essential for using and navigating a Site. Without them, the basic functions of our Site would not work. Because these cookies are strictly necessary to deliver our Site’s essential services, you cannot refuse them.

  • Performance/Analytics cookies: These cookies are used to recognize and count the number of Site visitors, gather statistics regarding how visitors move around the Site (including the number of page views and the amount of time spent on each page), and for conversion tracking and click hotspots. This helps us improve how our Site works and the general user experience. For example, these cookies allow us to ensure that users can find what they need quickly.

  • Advertising cookies (ad cookies): These cookies are used to show advertising that is relevant to you.

  • Cookies used to integrate third-party services: These cookies integrate third-party functions on the Site, such as videos, maps, or social network plug-ins.

  • Other third-party cookies: On some parts of the Site, including, but not limited to, news widgets, we use content provided by other websites (third parties). These third-party sites can set their own cookies in some cases. Note that we have no control over these third-party cookies. You can turn them off by disabling them on your browser. You can find more information on the most popular web browser help pages:


For other browsers, please consult the documentation that your browser manufacturer provides.


Google Analytics

These cookies are used to collect and analyze information about how you use the Site. We use this information to analyze and improve our services. These cookies collect information pseudonymously. The information about your use of the Site (including your IP address) will be transmitted to and stored by Google, Inc. in the United States (pursuant to Google's Privacy Shield certification). This is all generated by Google Analytics.

For more information on Google Analytics and its privacy practices, check here. You can find more information about Google Analytics and their cookie usage and expiration here.

These cookies are used to collect and analyze information about how you use the Site. We use this information to analyze and improve our services. These cookies collect information pseudonymously. Examples of cookies used for this purpose are _sp_id. * and _sp_ses.*.

Web beacons

Web beacons, also called tracking pixels, are tiny graphics with unique identifiers that allow us to track usage patterns, count users who have visited a particular page, advertising impressions and clicks (ad reactions), etc. Web beacons can only collect limited information, including a cookie number, time and date of a page view, and a description of the page on which the web beacon resides. These beacons do not carry any personal data and are only used to track the effectiveness of this Site and to show advertisements based on user interests. We use web beacons in connection with Google Analytics and Site Analytics. The information generated relating to our Site is used for various necessary and legitimate purposes, including the creation of reports on the use of this site and the development, testing, and improvement of services. Google will store information on users’ actions on the Site, and Google services will collect it..


We may change the type of third-party service providers that place cookies on our Site and amend this Cookies Policy at any time by posting the amended version on our Site. Unless applicable laws require additional notice or consent, this will be your official notification of these changes.

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