Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy is an integral part of Fireberry LTD (herein referred to as "us", "we", “our”, "Fireberry", "") Terms of Service available at In the usual course of business, Fireberry uses electronic tracking and monitoring technologies such as, but not limited to, tags, scripts, beacons, and cookies (collectively herein referred to as "Cookies"). Fireberry uses Cookies in order to: (A) provide, improve and maintain Fireberry websites and platforms, or any other webpage and/or software or service owned and/or operated by Fireberry (herein referred to as "Services" and/or "Websites"); (B) improve and upgrade our visitors’, customers’ and users’ (collectively herein referred to as "you" or "your") experience with our Websites and Services; and (C) improve and optimize our marketing activities.
This Cookie Policy provides details about what Cookies are, the types of Cookies used within our Websites and Services, and how you may turn off the Cookies your web browser.
This Cookie Policy will also include links to third party websites. Any such links to third party websites are solely provided for informative and educational purposes, and Fireberry makes no warranties or guarantees, and bears no liabilities or responsibilities, with respect to any third party links or their corresponding websites.

1. What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are mainly used to monitor and/or to identify your online presence. These text files are often stored through the web browser on your computer or mobile device. Cookies help website operators to recognize and store information about user's navigation through, and activities within, a website. Cookies are typically classified as either "persistent cookies", which will usually remain on your device until you delete them or when they expire, or "session cookies" which are automatically deleted when you leave the website or close the web browser.

2. Types of Cookies we Use

Fireberry uses the following types of Cookies on our Websites:
(A) Registration Cookies:  When you register and sign into our Services, we generate Cookies that enable us to maintain your login session and tells us when you are signed into your account(s).
We use these Cookies to know which of your Fireberry account(s) you are signed into, and if you are permitted to access a particular feature of our Services in your account(s). 
(B) Analytical Cookies: this type of Cookies enable us to: (A) recognize and count the number of visitors to our Websites; (B) identify how visitors and users navigate within our Websites; (C) identify how visitors and users use our Services; (D) identify how often visitors and users navigate to certain pages in our Websites; (E) identify where users tend to click on our Websites.
(C) Performance Cookies: These types of Cookies enable us to secure and better manage our Services' performance and help us to remember your preferences for certain features available on the Services, so that there is no need to re-adjust your preferences each time you visit or use our Websites. 
(D) Third-Party Cookies: Fireberry does not actively use third-party Cookies, but some of our Services may use third-party Cookies from other organizations who provide services to Fireberry. Those organizations will use Cookies to enable and improve the performance of features, tools and applications that are integrated with Fireberry Services.
(E) Advertising and Marketing Cookies: These types of Cookies help us determine what promotional content is relevant to you by: (A) allowing us to know whether you have seen an advertisement that is published on our Websites and/or Services;(B) allowing us to understand how or if you interacted with certain advertisements; and (C) allowing us to determine how much time has passed since you saw a specific advertisement on our Websites.

3. How to Control or turn off Cookies

If you do not want to accept the Cookies from our Websites, you can turn off our Cookies from your web browser. Most web browsers are configured to accept cookies by default, but you can update those settings to either refuse cookies altogether, or notify you when a website is using cookies. You can find these settings in the 'option' or 'Preference' menu of your web browser.
Be aware that by blocking all of Fireberry's Cookies, you may be unable to access and/or use all or part of our Services.

4. Useful Links

To learn more about Cookies, please visit the following websites:

Effective Date: 16.12.22