Last Updated: 30th January, 2022
Information Gathered From The Site
Samba may track and record certain non-personal information of website users, including IP address, operating system, type of browser, referring URL, and time spent on the Site in order to gain aggregate data that may be analyzed for trends and statistics on how our visitors use the Site. Samba may use accumulated aggregate non-personal data for several purposes including, but not limited to, Site traffic analysis, evaluation of Samba's services, and program planning. Samba may also market anonymous, non-identifiable user data that has been collected and processed into aggregate and anonymous statistical profiles to third parties. Samba may use a third-party website analytics provider to track and record non-personal information of the website users and provide reports based on such information to Samba. Such providers may use that non-personal information for their internal purposes.
We will use reasonable efforts to safeguard any personal information that you provide through the website. Nevertheless, no transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure.
Our service providers may not be located in your geographic area. By providing your personal information on the website, you also consent to the transfer of your data to these service providers.
What is a cookie and what does it do?
We use both session cookies, which expire after a short time or when you close your browser, and persistent cookies, which remain stored in your browser for a set period of time. We use session cookies to identify you during a single browsing session, like when you log into Samba.
To log you into Samba
To protect your security
To help detect and fight spam, abuse, and other activities that violate Samba's agreements
For example, cookies help authenticate your access to Samba and prevent unauthorized parties from accessing your accounts.
To store previously access data
To save your settings and other choices you've made
Analytics and research
To help us improve and understand how people use Samba. For example, cookies help us test different versions of Samba to see which features or content users prefer, web beacons help us determine which email messages are opened, and cookies help us see how you interact with Samba, like the links you click on.