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Cookie Policy

What are cookies and web beacons?

Cookies are small text files placed on your device by websites you visit, to allow those websites to recognize you. Cookies may be set by the site you are visiting or by third parties, such as those who serve content or provide advertising or analytics services. Web beacons are small graphic files embedded invisibly on websites and used to track online movements from page to page. Unlike cookies, web beacons are not stored on your device. Kiva uses cookies and similar technologies like web beacons for purposes like:

  • Ensuring the Site functions properly;
  • Helping Kiva understand how visitors use the site and how we can enhance our users’ experience.


Some of these cookies are placed by Kiva and some are placed by third-party service providers (see the table below for more information). Kiva controls which third-party cookies may be set through the Website.

How can I manage cookies?

Most internet browsers allow you to manage cookies placed on your device by websites you visit (for example, accepting all cookies, disallowing all cookies, blocking third-party cookies, or accepting cookies only from trusted sites). Your browser should provide instructions for how to manage your cookie settings. If you choose to prevent all cookies, the Site may not work as intended. All cookies placed by Kiva are set to expire in two years or less, but you can clear the cookies on your device at any time. Please note that if you disable cookies, web beacons may still load, but they will have limited functionality. You can accept the cookies Kiva places by clicking the button in the cookie banner that displays on the bottom of the Site.

What kinds of cookies does Kiva use?

The following table explains the types of cookies used on the Site:

Type of cookie
Set by

and preferences

Collects information such as your browser user-agent, browser language, and device type in order to help load display faster.



Tracks behavior on the Site in order to better understand users and make improvements. These cookies collect information such as web pages you’ve visited and your page load time.

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