Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting Cosminology! We are committed to your personal privacy and security. Our goal is to provide a safe, secure and pleasant shopping experience. COSMINOLOGY DOES NOT SELL OR RENT YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION TO ANYONE.

Below is an overview of our privacy policy in technical terms.

Cookies:
A cookie is a data file that certain web sites write to your computer's hard drive when you visit such sites. A cookie file can contain information, such as a user identification code, that the site uses to maintain a personalized look and feel on the pages you have visited. Our site uses cookies solely to maintain "members-only" access levels throughout the web site. We use this data on an anonymous basis and we do not correlate this information with personal data of any user. Most web site browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually change your browser settings to display a warning before accepting a cookie, or to refuse all cookies. However, if you choose to disable the receipt of cookies from our web site, you may not be able to use certain features of the site.

Browser Level Information:
Our web servers automatically collect information about a site user's IP address, browser type and referrer by reading this information from the user's browser (information provided by every user's browser). This information is collected in a database and used--in an aggregated, anonymous manner--in our internal analysis of traffic patterns within our web site. This information is automatically logged by most web sites.

DEFINITIONS

IP Address:
Every computer connected to the Internet has a numeric address called an IP address. This may or may not correspond uniquely to a particular computer. In some cases, IP addresses can be resolved to domain names, which may indicate a site visitor's Internet service provider, employer, university, etc. As part of our analysis we resolve IP addresses to domain names.

Browser Type:
A user's browser is a software program running on a computer that allows users to access documents on the World Wide Web. Browsers can be either text or graphic. They read HTML coded pages that reside on a server and interpret the coding into what the user sees as Web pages. Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Internet Explorer are examples of Web browsers. Browser type typically discloses hardware platform, operating system, and browser software and version.

Referrer:
The referrer is the URL of the Internet resource or page that causes a browser to request a page or image from our servers.