We want our visitors and members to feel comfortable with the process we use to track traffic on our website. To help you better understand how and why this information is collected, please read the following information.
What is a cookie?
Most web browsers support cookies by default. If you are using a current web browser (like Internet Explorer 4+ or Netscape 3+) accepting cookies is enabled. If you have changed your web browser setting to refuese cookies, you will need to change this setting before you can use the "Members Only" features of CoralRealm.com
Who has access to the information on my cookie?
Only the web site that placed the information there originally can read the information in a cookie. A site can keep track only of where you go within that particular site. Cookies don't "read" your hard drive in other words, they can't read other documents or files you have stored on your hard drive.
Cookies not only make things more convenient for our members, but they also provide us with information that helps us improve CoralRealm content. Cookies keep track of where you go in the site and how long you spend there. This information helps our content developers better understand which areas of our site are the most popular and which should be improved. Think of it as a popularity contest. For example, if the cookie information tells us a lot of our members are going to certain pages of information but they leave almost immediately, we might conclude that it isn't of interest or value to them. Or we might conclude that revisions or enhancements are needed.
Does CoralRealm ensure privacy?
We hope you feel comfortable with the cookies we use, and understand that we're really trying to improve your experience, to discover your likes and dislikes and gather information that allows us to be successful.
If you have any further questions about cookies, don't hesitate to write us.