Bridgegate Films


Cookie Notice

In this Cookie Notice (the “Notice”), BRIDGEGATE FILMS and its affiliates (“BRIDGEGATE FILMS” or “we”) and our partners, including advertisers and vendors, understand that when you visit our websites, applications or otherwise. and how we use cookies and similar tracking technologies. use connected devices (“Services”), including games, interactive television, voice-activated assistants, and other services linked to this policy and those used at our theme parks; This notice provides more information about these technologies and your choices, and is part of the BRIDGEGATE FILMS Privacy Policy available here. For a complete overview of how BRIDGEGATE FILMS uses your information, please read our Privacy Policy and this Notice. 


Like many companies, we use cookies (small text files placed on your computer or device) and other tracking technologies on the Services (referred to together from this point forward as “Cookies”, unless otherwise stated), including HTTP cookies, HTML5 and Flash local storage/flash cookies, web beacons/GIFs, embedded scripts, ETags/cache browsers, and software development kits.

First-party Cookies

First-party Cookies are placed by us (including through the use of third-party service providers) and are used to allow you to use the Services and their features and to assist in analytics activities.

Third-party Cookies

Certain third parties may place their Cookies on your device and use them to recognize your device when you visit the Services and when you visit other websites or online services. These third parties collect and use this information pursuant to their own privacy policies. Third-party Cookies enable certain features or functionalities, and advertising, to be provided on the Services. Type of cookie

The Service uses the following types of first-party and third-party cookies for the following purposes:

Strictly Necessary Cookies:
These cookies are necessary to enable features of the Service such as system administration, security, fraud prevention, and purchasing features. You can set your browser to block these cookies. However, some parts of the website may not function properly.
Information storage and access:
These cookies allow us and our partners to store and access information on your device such as: B. Device Identifier.
Measurement and Analysis:
These cookies collect data about the use and performance of the Service, use market research to generate an audience, and measure the delivery and effectiveness of content and advertising. We and our third-party service providers use these cookies to perform analytics, improve content and user experience, develop new products and services, and enable us to use them for statistical purposes. They are also used to recognize you and provide further insights across platforms and devices for the above purposes.
Personalization Cookies:
These Cookies enable us to provide certain features, such as determining if you are a first-time visitor, capping message frequency, remembering choices you have made (e.g., your language preferences, time zone), and assist you with logging in after registration (including across platforms and devices). These Cookies also allow your device to receive and send information, so you can see and interact with ads and content.
Content Selection and Delivery Cookies:
Data collected under this category can also be used to select and deliver personalized content, such as news articles and videos.
Ad Selection and Delivery Cookies:
These Cookies are used to collect data about your browsing habits, your use of the Services, your preferences, and your interaction with advertisements across platforms and devices for the purpose of delivering interest-based advertising content on the Services and on third-party sites. Third-party websites and services also use interest-based advertising cookies to deliver content, including advertising relevant to your interests about third-party services and services. If you decline these cookies, you may be served contextual advertising that may be less relevant to you.
Social media cookies:
These cookies are set on the Service by social media platforms to enable you to share content with your friends and networks. Social media platforms have the ability to track your online activity outside of the Service. This may affect the content and messages you see on other services you visit. We and third parties may associate measurement and analytics cookies, personalization cookies, content selection, delivery and reporting cookies, ad selection, delivery and reporting cookies, and social media cookies with other information we hold about you. there is. 

You might be able to change your Cookie preferences at any time using the “Cookie Settings” link in the bottom of relevant websites, depending on where you live. The techniques listed below can also be used to manage cookies. Such actions must be taken on each browser or device you use. You might need to use these opt-out tools once more if you replace, modify, or update your browser or device, or if you delete your cookies. Please carefully alter your browser’s Cookie settings, paying close attention to the pertinent instructions below, as some Cookie-management solutions also depend on Cookies.

Controls for your browser: Depending on your browser’s settings, you may be able to disable and control some Cookies. You will need to manage your browsers if you utilise many on the same device.

Using Chrome
iOS Safari
Google Chrome
Internet Explorer by Microsoft
If your browser is not listed above, please consult the help menu of your browser for instructions on how to manage Cookies. Please be aware that deactivating cookies won’t stop us from using other analytics technologies to gather data about you or how you use our Services.

Opt-Outs for Analytics Providers: You can use the browser settings mentioned above to disable analytics cookies, or, for some of our suppliers, you can use their specific opt-out options:

Google’s privacy statement and Google Analytics opt-out, as well as Google and Google Products’ (such as YouTube API Services’) privacy statement and opt-out Mixpanel’s privacy statement and opt-out
Examples of our analytics service providers are as follows, however this is not

Flash Local Storage: These cookies, often referred to as local shared objects, may be used by us, advertisers, and other third parties to display content or store your preferences. In the storage section of your Flash Player Settings Manager, remove the Flash cookies.

The majority of third-party marketers provide an option to decline receiving their interest-based advertising. Please visit the following website, depending on your country of residence, for further details or to choose not to receive interest-based advertising from participating third-party advertisers:

US-based Digital Advertising Alliance
Canadian Digital Advertising Alliance
Alliance for European Interactive Digital Advertising
Alliance for Australian Digital Advertising
You can also choose not to receive advertising from some of the companies we work with by going to their opt-out pages:

Google and its associated products

(like the API Services for YouTube) Privacy Statement and the Opt-Out page for Google
Facebook’s Opt-Out page and Privacy Policy
Twitter’s Opt-Out Page and Privacy PolicyThe Liveramp Privacy Statement and Opt-Out PageThe Trade Desk’s Opt-Out Page and its Privacy Statement
These are only a few examples of our advertising partners; the list is not all-inclusive. Furthermore, we are not accountable for any of these providers’ opt-out policies’ success.

You will still see adverts when you opt out, but they might not be as pertinent to you.

Mobile Settings: Through the device’s settings, you can control the collection of information for interest-based advertising in mobile apps, including the gathering of location data. To turn off tracking for mobile ads

You can do this by using the “Limit Ad Tracking” or “Opt out of Ads Personalization” options in your device settings for iOS or Android, respectively, from Nielsen or other third parties.

Smart TVs and streaming devices are examples of linked gadgets. You should check the device’s settings and choose the option that enables you to turn off automated content recognition or ad tracking. Such gadgets typically need you to disable features like “interactive TV,” “smart interactivity,” or “interest-based advertising” in order to opt out. You can also choose settings like “limit ad tracking” to do so. The options depend on the type of device.

Cross-Device Tracking: You can choose to stop our browser-based cross-device tracking for marketing purposes by utilising the different

strategies mentioned above. On every browser and device you use, you must separately opt out. Visit the Network Advertising Initiative or the Digital Advertising Alliance for additional details on cross-device matching. If you choose not to have your data collected across devices for advertising purposes, we may still do so for analytics.

Consequences of Cookie Deactivation: If you disable or delete Cookies, some Services features may not operate as intended. Information may still be gathered and utilised for internal operations, research, online service analytics, or other purposes. It may also be used to recall your preferences for opting out.

Please email or write to the Chief Privacy Officer, NBCUniversal Legal Department, 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10112, US, with any questions you may have regarding this Cookies Notice.

Please email us at or Privacy, Legal Department, Central Saint Giles, St Giles High Street, London, WC2H 8NU, UK with any questions from users who live in the European Economic Area, the United Kingdom, or Switzerland.

Periodically and in compliance with legal obligations, this Notice may be amended. Please refer back to this Cookie Notice frequently to learn more about how we and our advertising and analytics partners use cookies.

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