Certain non-personal information about site visits is recorded by the standard operation of the internet servers on which our website is hosted, including but not limited to (i) IP address, (ii) domain server, (iii) type of device(s) used to access the website, (iv) web browser(s) used to access the website, (v) referring webpage or other source through which you accessed the website, (vi) geolocation information, and (vii) other statistics and information associated with the interaction between your browser or device and the Services.
Social Media Cookies
These cookies are used when you share information using a social media sharing button or you link your account or engage with our content on or through a social networking site such as Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. The social network will record that you have done this. This information may be linked to targeting and/or advertising activities.
“Web Beacons” (a.k.a. clear GIFs or pixel tags) are tiny graphic image files imbedded in a web page or email that may be used to collect anonymous information about your use of our website, the websites of selected advertisers and the emails, special promotions or newsletters that we send you. The information collected by Web Beacons allows us to analyze how many people are using the Services, using the selected advertisers’ websites or opening our emails, and for what purpose, and also allows us to enhance our interest-based advertising.
We may use third-party website analytics services in connection with the website and our webinars, including, for example, to register mouse clicks, mouse movements, scrolling activity and text that you type into the website. These website analytics services generally do not collect personal information unless you voluntarily provide it and generally do not track your browsing habits across websites that do not use their services.
Mobile Device Identifiers
Mobile device identifiers are data stored on your mobile device that may track mobile device and data and activities occurring on and through it, as well as the applications installed on it. Mobile device identifiers enable collection of personal information (such as media access control, address, and location). Mobile device identifiers help Iron Bridge learn more about our users’ demographics and internet behaviors.
Like many standard website servers, our web servers use log files. Log files include internet protocol (IP) addresses, browser type, internet service provider (ISP), referring/exit pages, platform type, date/time stamp and number of clicks. Log files are used to analyze trends, administer the site, track aggregated users’ movement, and gather broad demographic information. IP addresses, etc. are not linked to personally identifiable information.