Cookie Policy

Date of Last Revision: April 14, 2024

Policy on Cookies, Web Beacons, Pixels, and Similar Technologies

Our InWeatherTomorrow Sites utilize technologies such as Cookies, Pixel Tags, Web Beacons, Flash Shared Objects, HTML local storage, or HTML mini databases to enhance your browsing experience. These technologies are deployed across our websites, mobile applications, and other digital products.

Cookies and similar technologies are small data files placed on your device. While the specific names and types of these technologies may vary, we generally refer to them as "cookies" in this policy.

These technologies serve several purposes, including:
  • Providing you with a better, faster, and safer experience.
  • Understanding the parts of the site your device visited to deliver relevant content.
  • Supporting advertising efforts, which help us offer many InWeatherTomorrow Sites for free or at low rates.
  • Analyzing and optimizing the performance of our InWeatherTomorrow Sites.
Here are examples of commonly used cookie technologies:
  • Cookies: These files contain small data snippets, including anonymous identifiers. When you access an InWeatherTomorrow Site via a browser, including mobile browsers, cookies may be sent and stored in your device's memory, identifying it on subsequent visits.
  • Pixel Tags, Web Beacons, Flash Shared Objects, HTML5 Local Storage/Mini Databases: These technologies, often used in mobile devices, store information locally, enhancing internet browsing. They also allow tracking of web browsing activities across the internet, not limited to a single website.

Cookies can be categorized as "first-party cookies" (directly from us) or "third-party cookies" (from providers assisting in InWeatherTomorrow Site operations or serving ads). Third-party cookies may also originate from embedded content or accessed through InWeatherTomorrow Sites.

You can configure your browser or device settings to reject cookies or notify you when a cookie is sent. However, disabling cookies may impact your experience, such as requiring you to re-enter saved locations or passwords.

If you're accessing InWeatherTomorrow Sites from outside the United States, you can manage your preferences here.

For more details on information collection and storage, refer to our Privacy Policy.

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