A cookie is small text file stored on your browser's software when you access the Online Services.
Artmarketspace servers may generate cookies which collect and store information about your use of the Online Services. This information is used to do the following:
log certain information including the type of browser and operating system you are using, the top level domain name (for example ".com", ".net", and ".au"), the address of the referring site (for example, the previous site visited), the server's IP address, the date and time of visit, and the address of the pages accessed and the documents downloaded; and
keep track of the pages you have accessed while using the Online Services as well as any information you input into any form or agreement template.
This information is generally only used for internal statistical analysis and system administration purposes. It is also used to improve your, or other users', experience of the Online Services, tailor placement of online content, or improve the overall quality of our services.
The cookie allows you to page backwards and forwards through the Website and return to pages you have already visited. The cookie also allows data to be inputted into a form or template and temporarily stored until you choose to save that form or agreement template.
Cookies generally remain on your computer even after an internet session is ended and the computer rebooted. The cookie can be read by the server that placed it there during a subsequent visit to that same server. The exact behavior is server specific.
The Online Services may use third party analytical and advertising tools and websites (Third-Party Tools).
The information generated by the cookies about your use of the Online Services (including your IP address) may be transmitted to and stored by the Third-Party Tools on servers outside of Australia. This information may also be:
used for the purpose of compiling reports on the Online Services activity, and providing other services relating to the Online Services, and internet usage; and
transferred to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on behalf of the Third-Party Tool.