2. Information B2B Collects:
Like many other websites, B2B uses HTTP cookies, which store data in readers’ web browsers. These cookies allow B2B to remember readers and not require subscribers to log in each time they visit. Cookies assign a unique numerical identifier to your web browser or device and allow us to recognize you and relate your usage to other information about you. Cookies, log files and analytics technologies (such as Google Analytics) enable B2B to better understand its readership and cater to it. Examples of information B2B may collect on its readership: the number and types of pages visited, duration of visit, location, subscription status, IP address and referral website. B2B may share with third parties aggregate non-personally identifiable information about its readers.