Cookie Policy

Last Updated: September 18, 2023

At ChalkyPapers, we use automated data collection tools, such as web beacons, cookies, and other technologies to ensure the smooth functioning of our website and services. These tools allow us to understand how you interact with our platform, provide targeted advertising, and gather valuable insights to enhance your experience with our website.

This Cookie Policy outlines how we utilize cookies when you visit our website and/or engage with our marketing emails and campaigns. This policy is applicable to all users and customers of ChalkyPapers.

What Are Cookies

Cookies are small files that are stored on your browser or computer/device’s hard drive. These files send data back to the website you’re visiting or share data with other websites that recognize the cookie. By default, we use cookies when you visit our website, unless you have denied your browser settings to accept them.

Types of Cookies We Use

When you visit or interact with, we utilize both cookies for various purposes:

  • Essential cookies, which are necessary for our website to function properly.
  • Functional cookies, which help us track how our users use and interact with our website.
  • Advertising cookies to evaluate the effectiveness of our online advertising.
  • Analytical cookies to analyze the performance and usage of our platform, as well as the online campaigns we run.

Managing Cookies

You have rights and controls to manage cookies. If you reject all cookies, it may impact the functionality and your experience with our website. In this case, your user experience won’t be personalized, and you may not be able to save customized settings.

You can adjust your browser settings to manage your cookie preferences. Most web browsers offer options to accept or reject all cookies, manage cookies on a site-by-site basis, or manage cookies based on their types. For this purpose, please refer to the documentation provided by your browser.

Do Not Track (DNT) Signals

Some web browsers offer a “Do Not Track” feature. This feature tells websites not to track your online activities. With the DNT feature you will still accept cookies.

Changes to This Notice

We may make updates to this notice from time to time to keep up with changing technologies, industry practices, regulatory requirements, or for other reasons. The date at the top of this notice indicates when it was last updated.

Contact Us

If you have any comments or questions about this Policy or our related privacy practices, please reach out to us at [email protected].