Privacy Policy
This statement is intended to provide you with a clear and comprehensive description of how we collect and use users’ information through Jekoo.com Site.

By using the Jekoo.com Site, you signify your agreement to the terms and conditions of this privacy statement. If you do not agree to this privacy statement, please do not use the Jekoo.com Site. Please also note that to the extent that any new products and services affect our privacy practices, this policy may be updated from time to time. We ask that you bookmark and periodically review this page to ensure your continuing familiarity with the most current version of our privacy statement.

This privacy statement is the sole authorized statement of our practices with respect to the online collection of personally identifiable information and the usage of such information.

Information gathered online by Jekoo.com is categorized as anonymous. Anonymous information cannot be traced back to a specific individual. For example, we know how many queries are made each day on the Site but we do not know the names or e-mail addresses of the people submitting the queries. You do not have to provide personally identifiable information to use the Jekoo.com Site.

At the Jekoo.com Site, we collect the visitor's domain name (e.g. whether the user is logged on from compaq.com or whitehouse.gov), referral data (e.g., we record the address of the last URL a user visited prior to clicking through to the relevant Jekoo.com Site), and browser and platform type (e.g., a Netscape browser on a Macintosh platform).

In addition, we collect aggregate queries for internal reporting and targeted advertising. We also count, track, and aggregate a visitor's activity into our analysis of general traffic flows at our Site (e.g. tracking where traffic comes from, how traffic flows within the Jekoo.com’s pages, etc.).

We don’t use cookies to track traffic flow and patterns of travel within and through the Site.

Since we may work with other service providers to enable us to provide you with services over the Site, they may place cookies on your browser. For example, we may use a third-party advertising company to serve advertisements when you visit our Site. This company may use certain information (not including your name, homepage and email address) about your visit to our Site in order to provide advertisements about goods and services that may be of interest to you. In the course of serving advertisements to our Site, our third-party advertiser may place or recognise a unique cookie on your browser. If you would prefer not to have this information used by this third-party advertising company, simply delete or disable your cookies.
Cookies are a standard Internet technology that allow companies to store and retrieve login information on a user's system. If the visitor's browser has been configured to accept cookies, web servers will create and identify the user's cookie for internal reporting. If you accept a cookie, but would later like to remove it from your computer, you can remove it from the browser. To do so, please refer to the instructions for your file management software to locate the file or directory that stores cookies.