ActivTable Activity Builder Cookies Policy

Effective Date:  March 15, 2014

IMPORTANT:This document is a Contract and if you are not of legal age to form a binding contract (in many places, this is 18 years old), then it should be reviewed with your parent or guardian so that you both understand how the Service works and what restrictions or rules apply to your use of the Service.

www.activtable.com (the “Service") is provided by Promethean Limited (“Promethean”, "we", or "us", or "our"). We are a limited company registered in England and Wales with our registered office at Promethean Limited, Promethean House, Lower Philips Road, Whitebirk Industrial Estate, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB1 5TH, United Kingdom. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns regarding this Privacy Policy, please contact us at info@activtable.com

This ActivTable Activity Builder Cookies Policy, together with the Activity Builder Terms of Service, and Privacy Policy, form a legally binding Contract between you and us (collectively referred to herein as the “Contract”). Please read them carefully before you start to use our Service. By using our Service you indicate that you accept the Terms of Service, Privacy Policy and this Cookies Policy and you agree to be bound by the terms of all of them. If you do not agree to these terms and policies please do not use the Service. "You" or “your” is defined as an Individual User of the Service.

Any terms used in this Cookies Policy without specifically defining them have the same definitions given to them in the Activity Builder Terms of Service or Privacy Policy. By accessing the Service you agree to be bound by this Cookies Policy. 

  1. TRACKING TECHNOLOGIES
    The word ‘cookies’ in the context of Promethean’s Service refers to various types of tracking technology. A Cookie is a small text files containing data that is stored on your computer by your browser when you use the www.activtable.com Service.

  2. HOW AND WHY WE USE COOKIES
    These tracking technologies help us to provide you with a smoother user experience, for example, by recognising computers that have visited our websites previously and remembering your preferences.

  3. HOW TO DELETE UNWANTED COOKIES
    Most internet browsers accept cookies automatically, but if you would like to opt out of receiving cookies from Promethean, you can change the settings of your browser to:
    1. to reject all cookies;
    2. to only accept cookies from “trusted” sites; or
    3. only accept cookies from websites that you are currently on.
    Note that if you turn off cookies in your browser, your experience on our Service and other websites may be affected and some features, such as remembering your login details, may be lost.
    If you would like to find out more about cookies and how to manage them, please visit http://www.aboutcookies.org or http://www.youronlinechoices.com.

  4. COOKIES USED BY PROMETHEAN
    We have divided the cookies we use into two categories:
    - Personalization Cookies
    - Analytics Cookies

    The followings lists enable you to recognize the cookies placed on your browser when you visit the Service. Although we strive to list all cookies used by us or our technology partners, if you find a discrepancy or think that a cookie has been omitted, please contact info@activtable.com.

    Personalization or Usability Cookies
    ‘Personalization’ or ‘Usability’ cookies are used to recognize repeat visitors to the Service.
    The following are Personalization cookies used in the Service:

    at-act

    This cookie stores a unique identifier for the activities created on the User’s device so that the activities may be retrieved by the User from our server at a later date.


    Analytics Cookies
    Promethean works with Google Analytics to improve our Service.
    Google Analytics stores a cookie named “_ga” related to the application described above.
    ‘Analytics’ cookies provide insights into your behaviour, including how you navigate to and through our Service, the time you spend on our pages and how often you return. These are used, for example, so that we can see aggregate figures (not individual).

    To learn more about how Google analytics use Cookies, please go to their websites:  https://developers.google.com/analytics/devguides/collection/analyticsjs/cookie-usage.