What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small snippet of text that a website asks your browser to store. All cookies have expiration dates in them that determine how long they stay in your browser. Cookies can be removed in two ways: (1) automatically, when they expire, and (2) manually, by deleting them.
What are “session” and “persistent” cookies?
Session cookies are temporary cookies that expire and are automatically erased whenever you close your browser. For example, we use session cookies to grant access to content and enable commenting (e.g., things you have to log in to do).
Persistent cookies usually have an expiration date far into the future and stay in your browser until they either expire or are manually deleted. For example, we use persistent cookies for functionalities like Google Analytics to better understand usage patterns so we can improve the site for our customers. This information is anonymized, which means that when we look at the data, we can identify patterns but do not see personally identifiable information (PII) for any individual.
Do any of the cookies that Wacom.com uses contain my personal information?
No, all the data contained in the cookies that we use is completely anonymous and doesn’t contain any PII.
How can I delete or opt-out of Wacom.com cookies?
The two websites below may help guide you through deleting or opting-out of cookies:
To delete or disable cookies, see: www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies
To opt out of cookies from Google: www.google.com/privacy/ads
Will the site work if I disable cookies?
Yes, you can fully explore Wacom.com with cookies disabled, but some site functions may not work.
How long will cookies last for?
Wacom.com cookies are set to expire within 24 months. Prior to expiration you will be asked about your cookie preferences again. You can opt-out of cookies and update your consent at any time during your experience through our cookie preference tool.
Why does the message explaining cookies keep appearing?