Cookie Statement

What Are Cookies?
Cookies are pieces of data that websites you visit can set on your browser and device’s hard drive. The term may also be used to refer to other technologies that, when employed in a certain manner, may be able to track the online behavior of a user.

Cookies can be set by the website owner (in this case, Project Whitecard). These are called “first-party cookies.” They can also be set by third parties other than Project Whitecard, in which case they are called “third-party cookies.” Third-party cookies enable third-party features or functionality (e.g., advertising, interactive content, and analytics) to be provided on or through the website. The parties that set these third-party cookies can recognize your device both when you visit the website in question and also when you visit certain other websites.

Project Whitecard and its third-party partners use cookies and a number of similar technologies to support and improve the user experience we offer. Some of these technologies are used to identify users when they are on Project Whitecard websites and others may be used to track unique users. This notice describes the technologies we use, including how they work, our purposes for using them, and your choices about their use.

Browser Cookies are used by Project Whitecard primarily to:

Identify specific users and track whether they are logged in (Authentication).
Customize site content and remember site preferences.

There are a number of ways to manage browser cookies on your device. Most major browsers offer choices for whether and how you receive future cookies and for deleting cookies already on your device. Which browser cookies are on your device will depend on which browser you use to access Project Whitecard services. Here are links to information from some of the larger browsers about how you can control your browser cookies: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer.

Beacons, Pixel Tags, and Clear Gifs are all terms for similar technology that often works in the same way. These small strings of (software) code track events such as when a user visits a page or opens an email. They are used by Project Whitecard to measure the effectiveness of our email campaigns, deliver more relevant content, and manage advertising for Project Whitecard’s games. In many instances, beacons, pixel tags, and clear gifs work in conjunction with cookies to function properly, so declining cookies will impair their functioning.

Project Whitecard analyzes traffic and other end user activity to improve the user experience. Project Whitecard and its service providers and business partners may use web server log files and tracking technologies to collect and analyze certain types of technical information, such as cookies, IP addresses, device type, and usage information, including time spent on particular pages or number of clicks. These cookies help us to understand the effectiveness of our websites, services, and/or marketing campaigns.

Our analytics partners use browser cookies to generate statistics about visitors to websites, such as the number of page views or times of peak traffic. Our analytics partners include without limitation the following third parties. Please follow the links below for further information concerning the privacy policies and opt-out choices offered by these third parties.

Google Analytics:;
HasOffers by TUNE:
Ocean Media:
Unity Analytics:

Controlling Cookies
As we’ve explained above, you can control cookies and other similar technologies by utilizing the tools described above. If you choose to reject cookies, while you can still use Project Whitecard services, your access to some functionality and areas of our services may be restricted.

If you have questions about our use of cookies or other technologies or about the ways in which we use your personal information, please refer to our Privacy Policy. If you still have questions after reviewing that policy, you can email us at