Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

We value the privacy of visitors using and affiliated pages (collectively, our “Websites”). Throughout this Cookie Policy, references to “we,” “us,” “our,” or “Dataology” pertain to Dataology Inc.
Our Websites utilize cookies, along with pixels, local storage objects, and similar tools (collectively, “cookies”), to enhance user experience. By accessing our Websites, you consent to the use of such identification technologies.
Below, we outline the types of cookies employed, the information collected through them, and options for managing your preferences.
We reserve the right to modify or amend this Cookie Policy at our discretion. Any changes will be reflected in the revision date atop this page, and the revised policy will become effective as of that date.
For further inquiries about this policy, feel free to contact us at
What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small text file stored on your browser or hard drive. Nearly all websites utilize cookie technology. Cookies facilitate the functionality of our Websites, aiding in efficient navigation, customization of content, remembering preferences and settings, and overall improvement of user experience, including:
  • Recognizing you upon sign-in;
  • Tracking preferences;
  • Conducting research and diagnostics to enhance content and services;
  • Preventing fraudulent activity and enhancing security; and
  • Delivering relevant content and ads based on interests.
  • Without these cookies, certain services may be restricted. Disabling these cookies may affect the performance of our Websites or their security during your visit.
Types of Cookies We Use
Essential: Also referred to as “performance cookies” or “strictly necessary cookies,” these are vital to the functionality of our Websites, facilitating movement around the site and usage of essential features like secure log-in areas. Typically set in response to actions on our Websites, such as form completion, preference setting, or logging in. Disabling these cookies may impact the performance or security of our Websites during your visit.
Functional: Also known as “preference cookies,” these enhance functionality and personalization, enabling our Websites to retain previously entered information (such as usernames, language preferences, and location). Disabling these cookies may impair proper functioning of our Websites. This category also encompasses cookies aiding in analytics to improve Website performance and functionality, providing insights into user interests and measuring content effectiveness.
Marketing: Dataology occasionally advertises on third-party websites to promote its services or products. To track the efficacy of advertising campaigns, we may employ visitor identification technologies like “web beacons” or “action tags,” tallying visitors arriving at our Websites via Dataology advertisements on third-party sites. This technology is not used to access personal information and serves solely to compile aggregated statistics on Website visitors, assessing the effectiveness of our advertisements.


At, these technologies are indispensable for unleashing the core functionality of our service.
Description of Service

This is a consent management service. Dataology.AI is utilized on the website as a processor for the purpose of consent management.

Changing Your Cookie Settings

Most browsers offer options to view, manage, delete, and block cookies for a website. Please note that deleting all cookies may result in the loss of preferences and hinder access to parts of our Websites. For guidance on controlling cookies in popular browsers, refer to the links provided below.
For more comprehensive information about cookies, their functionality, and how to manage them, visit
Contact Information
Should you have any inquiries or concerns regarding the use of cookies on our websites, feel free to reach out to us via email at For additional details on how Dataology utilizes consumer data, kindly refer to our Privacy Policy.