CTG reserves the right to amend this Cookie Statement at any time and will post or highlight those changes within this Statement. Please refer to this Cookie Statement from time to time to review these and/or new additional information.
What Types of Cookies Does CTG Use?
In addition to “categories” of cookies, there are two types or classifications of cookies that CTG uses.
First Party Cookies
Some cookies, known as “1st Party” cookies, can only be read by CTG’s websites. These cookies may include strictly necessary, functional, and performance categories of cookies.
Third Party Cookies
Third party cookies are subject to the corresponding third parties’ individual privacy policies. CTG does not control how these third party websites collect your personal data while you are visiting CTG’s sites. To find out more about how they use the data they collect, CTG recommends that you read the privacy policies of these third party websites. The privacy policies of these third party websites provide you information about how to manage your preferences on your social networks accounts.
On some websites, CTG may also choose to include third party applications that provide you with the possibility to share content with third parties or to let other users know you visited CTG’s sites. Social network platforms (e.g. Facebook, Linkedin, Vimeo, Twitter, etc.) which offer these functionalities may identify you even though you do not use these functionalities on CTG’s sites. Such functionalities allow social network platforms to track information about your visit to CTG’s sites whenever your social network account is active while visiting CTG’s web sites.
Categories of Cookies
The following categories of cookies are used on CTG’s sites:
Controlling or Managing Cookies
At any time, you can set your browser to accept or reject cookies, either globally or cookie by cookie. You can also set your browser so that cookies’ acceptance or rejection will be offered to you each time a cookie is about to be stored on your device.
Disabling cookies may impact your user experience and may prevent you from using aspects of CTG’s websites. Some of the cookies used by CTG are required for the web sites to operate correctly. You may delete and block all cookies from CTG’s sites, but that may result in parts of the sites not working as intended.
How to Manage Cookie Settings in Your Browser
You can block or delete cookies in most web browsers and you should be able to block cookies by activating the feature on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of some or all cookies. The “help” menu in your browser or operating system user manual should provide you with all necessary information about how to set your preferences.
If you would like to block cookies, you can do so for the browser you use: