Data Tracking Policy Data Tracking Policy

Updated April 6, 2016

This Data Tracking Policy explains our cookie and data tracking practices related to your use of our website (this “Website”).  


This Website uses cookies. A cookie is a piece of data stored on the user’s computer tied to information about the user. You are not required to accept cookies to use this Website. If you choose not to accept cookies, some functionality of this Website may not work properly.  

This Website contains links to other websites, and these third-party websites may set cookies on your device. We are not responsible for the cookie or tracking practices of other websites.

How We Use Cookies and How We Track

  1. We use cookies for user authentication and security purposes.
  2. We do not use cookies to track specific users within specific user accounts or Xistance member page(s), and we do not track users after they leave our Website.
  3. We may use cookies to analyze patterns of use within Xistance accounts on an aggregate basis so we can enhance our functionality and service. For example, we may analyze Xistance “bin” usage on an aggregate level.
  4. We may use cookies to track visitors on an aggregate basis around our public Website. We may use this information to analyze browsing and navigation patterns on our public Website so that we may enhance and improve it.

How We Share Cookies

Xistance does not sell to or share with third parties cookie information that could be connected back to a particular user unless it is specifically permitted in our Privacy Policy [link] (for  example, we may share cookie information if required to comply with the law or a court order). We may share cookie information with third parties on an aggregated basis.

California Do-Not-Track Disclosure

This website does not respond to “Do Not Track Signals.”

Updates to this Data Tracking Policy

We may update or change our tracking practices and this policy from time to time.  If we update this policy, we will publish an announcement on our Website. The date at the top of this policy reflects the date of the most recent update.