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Our Cookie Usage

What are cookies?

In order to make your experience the best it can be, Grasshopper uses cookies on our website. When you visit a website, small text files called cookies are placed on your computer. They record data about your visit to the website and your preferences. That way, the next time you visit the same website, the site operator can personalize your experience and make it quicker, easier, and more enjoyable.

Grasshopper’s use of cookies may involve the collection of some personal data while you are on our site. For that reason, you always have the option to disable the use of cookies.

Grasshopper uses cookies to:

  • Create the most user-friendly version of our website
  • Personalize and enhance your experience on our site
  • Keep track of promotional codes and sign-ups

How to say “No thanks” to cookies

If you don’t want cookies stored on your computer, you can block or erase them at any time. But your website experience may be lessened. Here’s how to do it depending on your browser:

  • Apple Safari To the right of your address bar, click on the gear icon, then select “Preferences.” Click the “Privacy” tab. You’ll see a section called “Block cookies.” Here, you can choose to block cookies “Always” or just “From third parties and advertisers. To delete existing cookies, click on “Details” and select the particular cookies you want to get rid of or choose “Remove All.”
  • Google Chrome To the right of you address bar, click on the wrench icon and then “Settings.” Scroll down and select “Show advanced settings” then find the “Privacy” section and click “Content settings.” To block cookies, you can select “Block sites from setting any data” or “Block third-party cookies and site data.” To delete existing cookies, select “All cookies and site data.”
  • Mozilla Firefox In the top-right corner of your window, click on the menu and select “Options.” Under the “Privacy” tab, find the “History” section. You can select “Never remember history” or “Use custom settings for history.” To delete cookies, click on “Show cookies” and either manually delete or select “Remove All Cookies.”
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer To the right of your address bar, select “Internet Options” and click on the “Privacy” tab. Here, you can move the slider to “Block All Cookies.” To delete cookies, go to the “General” tab. Under “Browsing history” and make sure “Cookies” is selected. Click “Delete.”