Ideawake’s Cookies Policy

Welcome to This our cookie policy. We have created this easy to read cookie policy to inform you about our use of Cookies and similar technologies on our website and other online or mobile applications that link to this policy (each a “Site” or collectively “Sites”).  Contact us [email protected] with any questions about this policy.

What is a Cookie?

Cookies are small data files containing information which are downloaded to your computer or mobile device when you visit a certain webpage. Cookies enable us to recognize users on our Sites and personalize webpages based on user behavior to improve user experience.

Cookies enable users like you to navigate between pages efficiently while remembering your preferences. Through our use of Cookies, we can gauge whether you have visited our Sites before and what searches or content is most relevant to you, custom-tailoring your user experience based on past history.

All Cookies are different and therefore all Cookies have different longevity periods. Some cookies only exist while your browser is open such as Session Cookies, while other cookies continue to exist after you close your browser, such as Permanent Cookies. In the next section, you will find a list of the types of Cookies we use on our Sites and the purpose of using each Cookie type.

Cookies used by us.

We use the following categories of cookies:

  1. Strictly Necessary Cookies: help with the operational function of the Site, including cookies that keep certain webpages secure and allow for secured logins and e-billing and payment services.
  2. Functionality Cookies: help with recognizing reoccurring users. These Cookies allow us to personalize our content based on your preferences.
  3. Performance/Analytical or Customization Cookies: collect information about user behavior and navigation. These cookies track your clicks and searches to help us improve the design and responsiveness of our platform and Site.
  4. Advertising Cookies: modify the on-screen advertisements you see based on prior browser history and preferences. Some third-party cookies may track user behavior across multiple websites to display ads from different webpages.

What do I need to know about my rights?

You have the right to choose whether or not to accept Cookies. When you first access the Sites, you may receive a pop-up message informing you that the Site uses Cookies and similar technologies. This pop-up message will be accompanied by an “accept” button. Clicking “accept”, closing the message, or continuing to browse the Sites, will evidence your acceptance and agreement to use these technologies, as described in this Policy.

You do not have to accept Cookies and consent can be withdrawn at any time (see How to Control Cookies, below). By following the instructions below, you can change your browser settings to refuse, restrict, or delete Cookies at any time. If you do not accept or delete our cookies, some areas of our Sites that you access may take more time to process or may not function properly.

The following links will provide guides for removing cookies on popular browsers:

  1. Microsoft Internet Explorer:
  2. Google Chrome:
  3. Mozilla Firefox:
  4. Apple Safari:  

Regarding the personal data collected by cookies, if any, a User has all the same rights as defined in our Privacy Policy for personal data collected or processed.

We reserve the right to update this policy.

We will occasionally update this Cookie Policy to reflect changes in our practices and services and new laws and regulations. Any time a change is made to this Cookies Policy, we will revise the last updated date at the top of this page. Any material changes made to the way we collect, use, or share information held in Cookies, will be prominently posted on our Sites. We recommend that you check this page and all other policies on our Sites from time to time to inform yourself of any changes that we may implement.

Want more information? Please view our Privacy Policy.

Last Updated November 4, 2020