with our Sites and Services. Any capitalized term used and not otherwise defined herein has the meaning
What is a Cookie?
A Cookie is a small file that is stored in a web browser directory on a device such as a computer or mobile
device when you access our websites. They help site providers with things like understanding how people use
a site, remembering your actions or preferences over time, and affiliating your engagement session with your
site or service account (if applicable).
Who sets cookies when I use Samaritan's site?
- Operate and improve the site
- Ensure our Services function properly
- Detect and prevent fraud, misuse, or abuse of our Services
- Understand how visitors use and engage with our Sites
- Provide quick & easy access to the Services without having to re-log in
There are two main types of cookies that can be set:
Can I opt-out of cookies?
- First party cookies: these cookies are placed and read by Samaritan directly when you use our Services
from the domain name of the website displayed in the URL window.
- Third party cookies: these cookies are not set by Samaritan, but by other companies, like Google or
Facebook, for site analytics purposes. See further details below on how to manage these cookies.
Your web browser may allow you to manage your cookie preferences, including deleting and
disabling Samaritan cookies. You can take a look at the help section of your web browser or
follow the links below to understand your options. If you choose to disable cookies, some
features of our Sites or Services may not operate as intended, including preventing you
from accessing or otherwise engaging with our AI Services.
For more information about cookies or local storage, including how to see what cookies have
been set and how to manage, block, and delete them, see http://www.allaboutcookies.org/