By having accepted this Policy, you have provided us with your freely given, express and specific indication of your informed and clearly expressed consent to have your personal data collected with the help of cookies to be processed by us.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a tiny file with text information stored by a web browser when users access a website. It enables the website browsed to save and identify the user’s browsing activity and individual preferences.
Cookies are used on our website to:
- Identify the web browser and the settings;
- Verify our client’s identity to ensure his/her personal data protection;
- Remember the client’s individual preferences.
How cookies are used by CAPITAL.COM
Cookies are downloaded by your browser whenever you access our website capital.com. The stored data is used to track your browsing path and the pages you visit most frequently.
Your privacy is important to us, so we store the gathered information for a reasonable period necessary to fulfill the purposes for collecting it in the first place. In any case the gathered information will be stored for a period not less than the one we are required to observe in order to comply with the applicable rules and regulations.
Cookies are commonly introduced to improve the efficiency of websites. By tracking our client’s behaviour, we seek to make our website more user-friendly and tailored to your preferences.
Cookies do not contain any executable code or software viruses. Instead, it is more like your personal ID that is updated whenever you access our website.
How can the client manage cookies
Most browsers enable users to manage cookies through their settings. If you do not want us to collect your personal data through cookies, you can block or restrict them. Refer to the ‘Help’ option of your browser for instructions, or visit www.aboutcookies.org for aggregated information about how to manage cookies in different web browsers. However, be aware that if you turn off the cookies, you will not be able to take full advantage of our website. This will also occur if you delete cookies that are already stored by your device.
Types of cookies the capital.com website uses
Our website uses two types of cookies: session and persistent.
A session cookie is stored temporarily and ceases after the client closes their browser. A persistent cookie is stored for a long period of time to help us track our clients’ preferences and improve the efficiency of our service.
CAPITAL.COM may update this Cookies Policy from time to time. In the event the Company materially changes this Policy including how it collects, processes or uses information obtained with the help of cookies, the revised Cookies Policy will be available at the website capital.com. In this respect, the clients hereby agree to accept posting of a revised Cookies Policy electronically on the website as the actual notice of the Company to its clients. Any dispute over this Policy is subject to this notice regarding the revision and the Company’s Terms & Conditions.
CAPITAL.COM encourages its clients to periodically review this Cookies Policy so that they are always aware of what information the Company collects, how it uses it and to whom it may disclose it.