How we do or do not use cookies - Saint Ignatius Parish


PO Box 2638, 597 Walkers Rd, Grand Cayman KY1-1101, Cayman Islands

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How we do or do not use cookies

This cookie policy describes how cookies are or might be used on this website. It also provides related information on privacy but you should refer to our Privacy page for full details on how we comply with EU GDPR guidelines.

Cookies are small text strings (letters or/and numbers) sent by oure website to your computer or to any other device used to browse the website. You can receive cookies on your device directly from our website or from different websites and servers (known as third party cookies that provide contents or services such as images, maps, videos, links etc. - for example Google Maps).

Cookies may be used to improve your visit, to give you the best navigation experience on our website and to keep track of your preferences, in order to ensure the best experience. For example, we might use cookies to:
  • Save your credentials if we require you to log into a private area
  • Identify you when you sign-in to our site
  • Keep track of pages visited for general purposes to determine which pages are most or least used.
  • Collect relevant information in order to offer content corresponding to your interests;
  • Keep track of your specific preferences of navigation (language, font size and color);
  • Collect anonymous analytics information such as website visitor number and most viewed pages.

We might use two types of cookies:
  1. Session Cookies: temporary saved on your computer or device while surfing the website and deleted when you quit your browser
  2. Persistent cookies: remain on your computer for a longer time. We might use persistent cookies to identify and automatically log in the user in between different browsing sessions.

Cookie type: Required cookie
What do they do? They are essential for a proper website experience, enabling our visitors to fully enjoy the website characteristics and services. This type of cookie includes, for example, tracking past interactions (i.e. form completion) when going back to a previously visited page during the current session.
Do they collect personal data? They don’t because it is not you (as an individual) who is identified but rather the computer/device used to browse the website. Not accepting the use of cookies might result in a much more frustrating browsing experience.

Cookie type: Performance cookie.
What do they do? They affect the interaction between you and the website, providing relevant information such as visited pages and the time spent on each page.
Do they collect personal data? They don’t because it is not you (as an individual) who is identified but rather the computer/device used to browse the website. All data are collected anonymously.

Cookie type: Purposes.
What do they do? They allow our website to keep track of your preferences (e.g. user name, preferred language or region) in order to provide a more customised on line experience. For example, they might enable you to take part in social interaction like blogs, chats and forums.
Do they collect personal data? The information can include user’s personal data, like names or profile data. They will be used solely for the mentioned purposes. By not accepting the use of cookies the browsing experience might result degraded and/or limited.

Cookie type: Profiling/Advertising.
What do they do? They are used to show or to restrict advertisements based on user interests. They also remind the user of the visited websites when on third party connected websites.
Do they collect personal data? Most of them keep track of user preferences by using IP address, therefore they might collect personal data.
Our use of Profiling/Advertising cookies: We do not use this type of cookie.

Our system will generate cookies as soon as you access the website, unless the browser is set to reject them. You can set your cookies preferences in your browser (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, etc.). The most common browsers accept cookies by default, although users can decide to change this setting.

Most browsers offer the ability to manage cookie preferences in their main menus. Usually, from your browser settings menu, you can:
  1. View cookies;
  2. Accept cookies;
  3. Delete some or all of the cookies;
  4. Delete all cookies when you close your browser;
  5. Block cookies
  6. Be notified when you receive a cookie;
Specific information on how to manage your cookies is available on your browser settings menu, in the help screens or on the browser web site.

You can set your browser to adapt the cookies policy to specific websites and apps. Furthermore some browsers are capable to specify different settings for proprietary and third part cookies.

Partially or totally blocking cookies might result in a degraded or limited browsing experience. You will be anonymous and the website will not be able to remember your preferences, personal settings or navigation history if recorded.

By setting the browser to delete all cookies, all the preferences will be deleted when the browser is closed.

We do not collect or use personally identifiable data unless you expressly volunteer that information by completing a form on our website to communicate with us. We do not give or sell personally identifiable data to third-parties for any purpose.
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