Verity TV is a trade name owned by
Verity Media Network LTD
(United Kingdom). We and our partners (The Verity Project Limited (Kenya)) and other Service
resettable device identifiers, for various reasons. We want you to be informed
about our use of these technologies, so this section explains the types of
technologies we use, what they do, and your choices regarding their use.
Cookies and similar
technologies, web beacons, and resettable device identifiers
Cookies are small data files that are commonly
stored on your device when you browse and use websites and online services. We
use other technologies such as browser storage and plugins (e.g., HTML5, IndexedDB,
and WebSQL). Like cookies, these other technologies may store small amounts of
data on your device. Web beacons (also known as clear gifs or pixel tags) often
work in conjunction with cookies. In many cases, declining cookies will impair
the effectiveness of web beacons associated with those cookies.
If you use the Verity TV app on a mobile device,
tablet, or streaming media device, we may collect a resettable device
identifier from your device. Resettable device identifiers (also known as
advertising identifiers) are similar to cookies and are found on many mobile
devices and tablets (for example, the "Identifier for Advertisers"
(or IDFA) on Apple iOS devices and the "Google Advertising ID" on
Android devices), and certain streaming media devices. Like cookies, resettable
device identifiers are used to make online advertising more relevant and for
analytics and optimization purposes.
Why does Verity TV
use these technologies?
We use these types of technologies for various
reasons, like making it easy to access our services by remembering you when you
return; to provide, analyse, understand and enhance the use of our services; to
enforce our terms, prevent fraud; to improve site performance, monitor visitor
traffic and actions on our site; and to deliver and tailor our marketing or
advertising, and to understand interactions with our emails, marketing, and
online ads on third party sites.
and resettable device identifiers, please see the information below:
Essential cookies: These
cookies are strictly necessary to provide our website or online service. For
example, we and our Service Providers may use these cookies to authenticate and
identify our members when they use our websites and applications so we can
prevent fraud and maintain the security of our service.
Performance and functionality cookies: These
cookies help us to customize and enhance your online experience with Verity TV.
For example, they help us to remember your preferences and prevent you from
needing to re-enter information you previously provided (for example, during
member sign up). We also use these cookies to collect information (such as
popular pages, conversion rates, viewing patterns, click-through and other
information) about our visitors' use of the Verity TV service so that we can
enhance and personalize our website and service and conduct market research.
Deletion of these types of cookies may result in limited functionality of our
Advertising cookies and resettable
device identifiers: These cookies and resettable device
identifiers use information about your use of this and other websites and apps,
your response to ads and emails, and to deliver ads that are more relevant to
you and for analytics and optimization purposes. These types of ads are called
"interest-based advertising." The advertising cookies associated with
our service belong to our Service Providers.
In connection with our use of these technologies,
some of the websites and apps where we advertise, as well as advertising
technology companies that we use to purchase, deliver, optimize, and/or measure
our advertisements (collectively “Advertising Partners”), may receive limited
information from us as part of our campaign targeting, measurement, and
optimization (e.g., steps completed in sign-up and site visit or app
Common uses of this type of information are to
judge the effectiveness of and optimize ad campaigns, by allowing Advertising
Partners to see when someone who saw an ad later signed up for our
service. Another common use is to make sure we do not serve ads trying to
get individuals to sign up for the Verity TV service if they are already a
Verity TV user.
Verity TV uses contractual and technical measures
designed to prevent Advertising Partners from accessing information regarding
specific title selections you make, URLs you land on, or shows you have watched
on our service. We do not share information about title selections or your
shows you have watched on our service.
How can I exercise
choice regarding these technologies?
To exercise choice
For more information
about cookies set through our website, as well as other types of online
tracking (including the collection of information by third parties about your
online activities over time and across third-party web sites or online services
for online interest based advertising), and to exercise choices regarding them, click here. At this time, we do not respond to web browser
"do not track" signals.
To exercise choice
regarding resettable device identifiers
To opt out of interest-based ads from Verity TV in
connection with a resettable device identifier on a mobile device, tablet, or
streaming media devices, please configure the appropriate setting on your
device (usually found under "privacy" or "ads" in your
device's settings). You may still see Verity TV ads on your device, but they
will not be tailored to your likely interests.
To exercise choice
using self-regulatory program resources
Verity TV supports the following self-regulatory
programs, which provide additional privacy choices for interest-based
In Europe: European
Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA), In Kenya: The Communication
Authority of Kenya.
To exercise choice
regarding other technologies
There are a number of ways to exercise choice
regarding technologies that are similar to cookies, such as browser storage and
plugins (e.g., HTML5, IndexedDB, and WebSQL). For example, many popular
browsers provide the ability to clear browser storage, commonly in the settings
or preferences area; see your browser's help function or support area to learn
more. Other technologies, such as Silverlight storage, may be cleared from
within the application.
Last Updated: June