Last Updated: May 25, 2018
What are cookies?
Cookies are small packets of data that are used by websites you visit to save information, identify users and/or devices and track user activity which is then stored on your device(s).
What types of data do cookies collect?
The types of data cookies collect depends on the category. Not all cookies collect all types of data; it varies site to site and cookie to cookie. For example, cookies might collect and store information about your web sessions, online browsing activities, browser settings and preferences, and information to identify users and devices over time to help you access and manage the site faster and so the site may operate more efficiently. This is not an exhaustive list, but gives you an idea to better understand the information involved.
What is the purpose of the types of cookies Baseball Prospectus uses?
|Category of Cookie||Description|
|Security & Authentication||
|Preferences & Features||
|Performance, Analytics & Research||
Does Baseball Prospectus use third-party cookies?
Please note: Baseball Prospectus does not control the use of these third-party embedded cookies nor is Baseball Prospectus technically able to access these cookies because they can only be accessed by the party who originally set them. Baseball Prospectus uses third-party cookies for the function of collecting user data for products, services, functions and communications.
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How do I control cookies? Can I disable cookies?
You may control cookies through your browser setting preferences. For more information on how to customize your browser settings, please see “How do I customize my browser settings?”, below. You can configure most browser settings to block all cookies except cookies that serve solely to transmit communications or are essential to provide an online service you requested, such as reminding you what is in your basket or cart on an e-commerce platform. However, you should note that disabling cookies may affect the functionality of the Site and disable any customized content.
“Do Not Track”
You may configure your browser’s privacy settings regarding “do not track” instructions. However, at this time, our Site does not generally recognize automated browser signals regarding tracking mechanisms.
How do I customize my browser settings?
Browser manufacturers provide help pages relating to cookie management in their products. Please see below for more information.
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