Enhancing Your Online Experience, One Byte at a Time: Our Cookie Notice
Last Updated: March 10, 2023
Get Swarms Limited, including its subsidiaries and affiliates (collectively, "Get Swarms Limited", "ParticlesCloud," "we," or "us") respects the privacy of visitors to its Website (as defined in our Privacy statement). This Get Swarm's Cookies Policy ("Policy") explains the data we collect automatically via the Get Swarm's Websites using technologies like cookies and web beacons.
When you visit a website, the site may send your computer a little bit of data or text called a "cookie" that may be used to remember settings or track your movements throughout the site. Get Swarms employs two kinds of cookies, session cookies and permanent cookies. Session cookies are temporary and are deleted when the browser is shut down. Unlike session cookies, which are deleted as soon as you close your browser, persistent cookies remain on your system until either you remove them or the browser deletes them after the time period specified in the persistent cookie file has passed. When you use ServiceNow, cookies may be used for a variety of purposes.
Categories of Cookies:
In order to fulfil the aforementioned objectives, we may use the following types of cookies on our Site:
Essential Cookies: These "essential" cookies are necessary for the site to operate properly. We cannot disable some cookies, since they are essential to the operation of the Site. If you want to access secure parts of our site, for instance, we may employ strictly necessary cookies to verify your identity. Even if you are able to get your browser to show a warning or prevent certain cookies, some features of the site may not work for you.
Functional Cookies: By using functional cookies, the Site may tailor its features and functioning to the individual user's preferences. We, or the third-party companies whose services we have integrated into our Site, may set these cookies. Functional cookies, for instance, might tell us whether you've been to our site before and which parts of the site you find most interesting, letting us customise the material you see.
Analytics Cookies: To gauge and enhance the efficacy of our Site, we use analytics cookies to track user traffic and sources. By using these cookies, we can identify which parts of the Site people like most and which they skip over, as well as track their overall journey across the site.
Targeting Cookies: Via our Site, our advertising service providers, third-party advertisers, ad networks, or data exchange partners may place cookies for targeted advertising purposes, including cookies for social media platforms. You may see more targeted advertising on other websites if you allow these cookies.
Type of CookieProvider NameCookie Name
EssentialParticlesCloud.com and all its associated apps & domains i.e. GetSwarms.com & Zoowaca.com
We use Local Storage and Session Storage for remembering user preferences etc. Refer to 'Web Storage' section
TargetingWe do NOT use any targeting cookies at the moment
Web storage is a feature in modern web browsers that allows web applications to store data locally within the user's browser. There are two types of web storage:
Local Storage: This is a type of web storage that allows developers to store data in key/value pairs on the user's computer, and it persists even after the browser is closed. The maximum storage capacity varies between browsers, but it is typically at least 5-10 MB.
Session Storage: This is similar to local storage, but the data is only stored for the duration of the user's session. Once the user closes their browser or tab, the data is cleared. Session storage is often used for storing temporary data that is only needed during a user's current session.
Web storage is a useful tool for web developers, as it allows them to store user preferences, data, and other information that can improve the user experience of a web application. However, it's important to note that web storage is not a replacement for server-side storage, as it's limited in size and can only be accessed by the user who created it.
ObjectsType of Storage
Particle preferences e.g. com.sys.apps.support.particles.ParticleMetadata
Menu Preferences e.g. menu-com.sys.apps.people.faces.person-assets-com.sys.apps.support.particles.ParticleMetadata
Caching info e.g. staticLastModifiedDate
User roles info e.g. roles-61f6acf717c78b44ccaa9320Session Storage
Do Not Track
Despite our best efforts, we may not always react to "do not track" ("DNT") signals from your browser due to the absence of a universal standard for DNT technology. We maintain a close eye on the ever-changing DNT technological landscape and keep up with the ever-changing DNT industry standards.
Internet tags, pixel tags, and clear GIFs (also known as Web beacons) are small graphics with a unique identifier, similar in function to cookies but smaller and more discrete than the latter. They can recognise certain types of information on your computer, such as the type of browser used to view a website page, the time and date of your visit, and a description of a site linked to the Web beacon. The Business may employ Web beacons on some pages of the Website for operational and improvement purposes.
Some Internet-connected electrical gadgets may recognise and interact with one another through their IP addresses. We may see the IP address of the device you use to access the Internet when you visit our Website. We utilise this data to learn about our users' approximate physical locations and the areas they come from.
Changing your browser's settings to reject cookies is one way to prevent them from being downloaded to your computer. How to deactivate cookies, get a notification when you receive a cookie, and stop accepting new cookies are all features offered by most browsers. To learn more about cookies and how to manage them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org or consult the "help" menu of your browser. If you visit our Cookie Options page, you may also disable some of the advertising and functionality cookies that we use. There is no way to prevent receiving generic adverts in this manner. It's also possible that some of our Website's features may not work properly if you disable cookies.
You may contact our Privacy Officer as follows if you have any questions, concerns, or complaints about this Notice or the Get Swarms' privacy policies, or if you would want to exercise your privacy rights in connection with the personal information we possess about you.
DPO@getswarms.com, or at:
Att: Privacy Officer
20-22 Wenlock Road
London, England N1 7GU
For the purposes of the GDPR, our Privacy Officer is also our Data Protection Officer (DPO).