Cookies on the Time:Bay

As described in our Privacy Policy, Time:Bay uses cookies and similar technologies like pixels and tags to ensure that we give you the best possible experience on our website.

Cookies are small files that websites place on your computer as you browse the web. Like many websites, Time:Bay uses cookies to discover how people are using our services and to make them work better.

If you don’t want to receive cookies, you can change your browser settings. If you use Time:Bay without changing your browser settings, we'll assume that you’re happy to receive all cookies on the Time:Bay website. Please note that the Time:Bay site will not work properly without cookies.

Why does Time:Bay use these technologies?

Time:Bay uses these technologies to deliver, measure, and improve our services in various ways. These uses generally fall into one of the following categories:

Authentication and security:

For example, these technologies help authenticate your access to Time:Bay and prevent unauthorized parties from accessing your account. They also let us show you appropriate content through our services.


For example, cookies help us remember your preferred language or country that you are in. We can then provide you with Time:Bay content in your preferred language without having to ask you each time you visit Time:Bay. We can also customize content based on your country, such as showing you what topics are trending near you, or to withhold certain content based on applicable local laws.  Learn more about Trends and country withheld content.

Analytics and research:

For example, cookies help us test different versions of our services to see which particular features or content users prefer. We might also optimize and improve your experience on Time:Bay by using cookies to see how you interact with our services, such as when and how often you use them and what links you click on. We may use Google Analytics to assist us with this. Learn more about the cookies you may encounter through our use of Google Analytics.

Other technology, such as Adobe Flash, can be used to place the functional equivalent of a cookie on your computer.



Most browsers allow you to control cookies through their settings preferences. Limiting the ability of websites to set cookies, however, may worsen your overall user experience.