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Last Updated: July, 2024

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files that websites store on your browser or device. 

While cookies may not always directly identify you, they can remember your preferences, device, and browser settings and be used to enhance the personalized browsing experience on the Internet.

Types of Cookies

Depending on the period of expiry, cookies may be either session or persistent:

  • a session cookie will expire at the end of the user session when the web browser is closed;

  • a persistent cookie is stored by a web browser and remains valid until its set expiration date (unless deleted by the user before).


Depending on the provider, there are two types of cookies:

  • first-party cookies are placed on websites by hosts of domains;

  • third-party cookies are placed on websites by domains other than the one the user is visiting. 

Relevant information about third-party cookie use can be found in their respective privacy documents. 

Please note that this policy DOES NOT cover the cookies provided by third parties when you follow the links to any website other than ours.

Depending on the purpose, there are four main types of cookies: 

  • Necessary cookies: enable you to use the Website by providing basic functions, e.g., ensuring security. Websites cannot function properly without these cookies;

  • Analytics cookies: collect information about how you interact with the Website (e.g., page visits and page load speed);

  • Marketing cookies: are used to track your interest in a particular product, measure the number of unique visits, recognize returning users, and deliver targeted advertisements to you;

  • Preferential cookies: enable the Website to remember your choices (such as language preferences, username, and region).

Legal Bases

We use cookies under Article 6 of the GDPR based on your consent (Art. 6(1)(a)) or our legitimate interest (Art. 6(1)(f)).


Necessary cookies are always active. We collect necessary cookies based on our legitimate interest, namely for such purposes:

  • for forgery prevention and security purposes;

  • to preserve user session state across page requests;

  • for other purposes necessary for the Website functionality.

Preferential cookies are off unless the user has explicitly requested the service, such as changing the language. In this case, they turn on automatically to ensure the user's request. 

Other cookies, namely the analytics and marketing cookies, are used only based on your



The following table sets out the details about the different categories of cookies we use. 

Please note that the cookie list may not always be fully up to date due to the changing nature of our Website and the third-party services we may rely on. The actual set and number of used cookies depends on your actions on the Website. You can find cookies relevant to your case in our cookie banner.


Please note that cookies are integral to the Website's functionality. If you choose to block or delete some cookies, our Website may not work correctly, or certain features may be inaccessible.

You can accept or decline specific cookies in the cookie banner on our Website. 

Most web browsers are, by default, set to accept cookies. However, you can still set your browser to block or delete cookies. To modify the settings of your browser, follow the instructions included in the following hyperlinks:


Most web browsers collect fingerprint data according to their own practices and policies. We do not process such data and are not responsible for its collection and processing. 


This Cookie Policy is part of our Privacy Policy. We may periodically update this Policy to reflect new technologies, legal requirements, or for other reasons. Any changes will be communicated by posting a revised version of the Policy on our Website, which will be effective immediately upon posting. 

We encourage you to review this Policy periodically. Your continued use of our Website after the revised Policy has become effective constitutes your acceptance of the new terms of the Policy. If the modifications materially alter your rights or obligations hereunder, we will make reasonable efforts to notify you of the change.


If you have any questions related to this Policy, our processing activities, or your data subject rights under the GDPR and other applicable laws, in particular in the US, you can contact us directly using the following details: 

Gatherly Virtual Events, Inc.

  • Our address: 154-6 Foundry Ave. Toronto, ON, Canada. M6H 0A4. 24A Trolley Square #2268, Wilmington, DE 19806, USA

  • Our email:

Cookies Policy

Gatherly Virtual Events, Inc. (“we”, “us”, “our”, “Gatherly”) welcomes you to our website (“Website”).

In this Cookie Policy (“Policy”), we would like to explain all the details of why, how, and when we use cookies.

We may use cookies for different purposes, for example:

  • to ensure the functionality of our Website;

  • to prevent fraud;

  • to analyze your usage of the Website to improve our services and personalize the Website for you;

  • to recognize your device and save the actions you have previously made;

  • for marketing purposes as provided for in the description of the marketing cookies;

  • and for other purposes described in this Policy.

You can learn more about how we process your personal data in our Privacy Policy.

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