What Are Cookies
Cookies are small text files that are downloaded to your computer or mobile device when you visit a site. They allow sites to recognize your device as well as things like: remembering preferences, efficient site navigation, collecting user analytics, and user interaction tracking, etc. This allows us to increase the usefulness of our website and better provide resources to our users.
Cookies We Use
The following are the cookies and trackers that we use on our site. We currently use a limited number of cookies broken down by first party cookies that can only be used by our site, and third party cookies that allow certain organizations (i.e., Google Analytics) to collect data. To find out more about how these third parties use the data collected please consult their privacy and cookie polices.
First Party Cookies
Resource Data deploys the following cookies to enhance user experience and manage sessions.
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Third Party Cookies
Resource Data uses third party cookies to better understand traffic to our site as well as patterns of use by visitors to our site. This allows us to better tailor our services to users, conduct market research, and improve site functionality. We do not conduct explicit information sharing with any third party sites and in no case do we sell information to third parties.
When you access our site via a third party (i.e., LinkedIn, Google, or Indeed) your browser may have cookies stored on it from those third parties. Resource Data has no knowledge of these cookies or trackers and bears no responsibility for them.
The following cookies are the only third party cookies used by Resource Data.
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