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Cookie Policy

Last Modified Date: April 28, 2020

Effective Date: May 01, 2020

The RegisterONE cookie policy has been created to explain our cookie and web beacon technology ("Cookies") use on this website. We wish to establish our commitment to transparency and to show you that we respect your data privacy rights by outlining our cookie use practices here. When you first log onto RegisterONE, a notification banner pops up asking you to choose to either allow or deny RegisterONE cookies access to the internet browser of your device. By continuing to use this website you are thereby giving express consent to the use of cookies. This consent can be withdrawn at any time. Cookie management information can be found toward the end of this cookie policy.

The automated cookies and web beacon technologies are used as you interact with the website to collect pertinent information to convey to you the website, applications and features of RegisterONE in a cohesive, readable format. The cookies are stored in the server log files of your internet browser history on your device and might contain information on the type of device used, browser type and version used, screen resolution, operating system used by the accessing system, language, the referrer used, any sub-sites used, a date and time stamp corroborating time of log onto/log off to the website, an Internet protocol address (IP address), the internet service provider of the accessing system, and any or all other similar data and information.

When using this information, RegisterONE aggregates the data to enhance, refine and optimize the functionality of the Applications and Features offered (services), marketing purposes, to protect, enhance and secure the long-term viability of our information technology systems as well as the technology used, and to provide law enforcement authorities with the information necessary for criminal prosecution in case of a cyber-attack, fraudulent activity or other detrimental, damaging harm to the platform.

This cookie policy contains the full use of how personal information and data is shared (including to Third Parties, where applicable) as it pertains to cookies and web beacon technology usage. For more information on our collection and use of this information please go to the Privacy Policy (Link here).

In accordance with current legislation, (Directive 2009/136 which modified the E-Privacy Directive 2002/58/EC and the provision-identification of simplified procedures to give information and obtain consent to use cookies 8 May 2014.) our site is not obliged to request consent for technical and analytics cookies, since these are necessary to provide the services requested.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files of data or information ((character strings) that contain unique identifiers ((cookie ID) that our Website recognizes when you log on)). The cookies are stored directly on your devices internet browser from our website to differentiate between each unique cookie ID assigned to each specific individual's device. Cookies are used to help enhance and improve your experience with the content and services provided by RegisterONE as well as the tools, technology and knowledge utilized for optimal website practices, use and management.

Every time that you visit RegisterONE and access the Applications and Features the Website offers, cookies are used to send or receive information or data through your device (computer, tablet, smartphone, notebook, etc.). The website recognizes that your device contains cookies (which are stored to the internet browser) recording details of your visit. The website then accesses this information to determine your previous activity and interactions to serve up content and preferences based on your previous visit, making the website more user friendly and accessible.

Your web browser can be reconfigured to restrict access or entirely block cookies. This is done by reconfiguring the cookie notification settings on your browser to allow, block and/or to delete cookies already present on the browser or device already in use for Website access. You can find this information on how to do this in the web browser's help/reference section.

Deleting, blocking, limiting or restricting certain types of cookies may prevent a Primary Client or Client Business Contact from accessing and using our Applications and Features. Website functionality is dependent upon how you configure your browser settings. Registration, Badging app, Attendee app, and Lead Retrieval requests and inquiries will be disabled and we will be unable to process and/or complete these requests without cookies. RegisterONE will issue cookies for access to these services to your browser unless you have adjusted the browser setting to restrict, limit or block access with our Applications and Features.

Web Beacon Technologies

Pages in our Applications and e-mails will contain small electronic files known as web beacons (also referred to as clear gifs, pixel tags and single-pixel gifs). Web beacons are embedded on web pages or in emails sent. This technology allows us to track online movements of web users for analytical and statistical purposes only.

Unless blocked, the cookie(s) that are stored on your device(s) internet browser are once again recognized, activated and retransmitted to the Website when you subsequently revisit the Website.

We Use the Following Automated Technologies for Data Collection. The Following Automatic Methods for Data Collection are Not Used to Collect Information for Marketing Purposes from Client Business Contacts.

DURATION (How long do they last?)


A "session" cookie is temporary and lasts for a single browser session and expires when the user closes the web browser and ends the session. Session cookies allow a website to link your actions in sequential order for the duration of one browser session from start to finish.

A "persistent" cookie is all the other cookies that are stored on your browser and remain on the user's device (even while powered off) until the cookie expires or is deleted. This erasure is dependent upon the cookie's set expiration date. All persistent cookies have an expiration date written into their code, but their duration and code expiration date can vary from user to user. A persistent cookie will be reactivated when a user returns to the website, and we use persistent cookies to help customize your web experience when you return to a web page or our website (to remember individual preferences).

PROVENANCE (Validation of the source)

First-party cookies - First-party cookies are put on your device directly by the website you are visiting. RegisterONE is the website you log onto, so we are the source of these first party cookies. When you click onto a link and be redirected from RegisterONE to another website, they then become the first party, and so forth.

Third-party cookies - Cookies that are placed on your device, not by the website you are visiting, but by a third party advertiser (Kroger), an analytics system like Google Analytics, or a social network provider (LinkedIn) who allows you to "like" or "share, or to provide and share video content (think Youtube) links). Once you click on any of these links, you will leave the RegisterONE Platform and be redirected to the Third Parties website. Please read the relevant websites terms and conditions, privacy policy, etc., for information on their use of cookies and web beacon technologies.

PURPOSE (What purpose do they serve?)

The three types of Cookies used on RegisterONE are "Technical, Essential or Strictly Necessary Cookies", "Preferences and Functionality Cookies", and "Statistics, Performance or Anonymous Analytical Cookies"

Technical, Essential or Strictly Necessary Cookies

Cookies that are essential and necessary for RegisterONE use, optimization and functionality. Disabling or blocking will impede, reduce or block access to content and services provided through this website.

Strictly necessary cookies are essential for you to move around the website, to use the primary features of the Applications and to provide the product and services you have requested. For example, a Client Business Contact wishes to access a restricted areas of the Website requiring an authorized, authenticated login credential for account management (setting preferences, shopping cart purchases, payment gateway, analytics, personalize content, etc.). Without a cookie, this function cannot be performed for the Client Business Contact.

Cookies can memorize previous actions (e.g., autofill, etc.) when navigating back to a page in the same session, manage security tokens for different services within the Website or to identify the status of the visitor (e.g., registered or unregistered), etc.

We cannot provide the services you may request without these essential cookies (shopping cart fulfillment, e-billing, etc.).

Preferences and Functionality Cookies

These cookies can be session or persistent based, and are usually the result of a user action, but they can also be implemented when providing a service not specifically requested but simply offered to users.

These cookie(s) are used to customize and remember the settings that a user has applied to a customized RegisterONE account(such as layout, font size, colors, etc.), to recall a preference so that users are no longer requested to resubmit or fill out a questionnaire or authorized user form again (autofill, legal agreements assent, etc.), detect if a service has already been offered, provide information to allow access to an optional service (such as the offer of a live chat session), fulfil a user request (Such as submitting a comment). This is the "remember me" function for user name and password authentication for when you wish to automatically log in.

Statistics, Performance or Anonymous Analytical Cookies

These cookies can be session or persistent based (Analytics with no personal identifier(s)), compiled from all RegisterONE users and aggregated to help understand RegisterONE usage patterns, system diagnostics (Errors), etc. Their use is limited to the performance and improvement of the RegisterONE features, such as collecting information on how a visitor uses the Website. They can do, for example, web analytics, error handling, or to test different RegisterONE page structures, etc.

These cookies do not collect information that can identify you, as all information collected by them are aggregated in an anonymous format and are only used to improve the functionality and ease of use of the website.

We use Google Analytics for statistical purposes for internal use only.

Third Party Sites

RegisterONE pages may include and contain links that redirect you to websites whose personal information and data privacy practices and procedures are regulated by that website's privacy policy, terms, cookie policy, etc. Offsite services like LinkedIn, Facebook, Google, Instagram, Twitter, Apple or any other app developer, app store plug-in, social media platform provider, operating system provider, wireless service provider or device manufacturer may ask you to disclose personally identifying information. RegisterONE is not responsible for any personally identified information disclosed to these third-party sites. These websites control, have access to and are responsible for your information disclosure on their social pages, RegisterONE's mobile apps as well as other services from RegisterONE.

Third Party Analytics Providers


We use Google Analytics to collect information about the usage of our Applications and websites to help us improve overall performance and functionality. This allows us to understand patterns of usage on the Applications and Features, spot and rectify difficulties you have with the Applications and Features for better understanding and ease of use, and to see the effectiveness of our advertising. You may opt-out of these practices by following the links below.

You may opt-out of Google Analytics by clicking here.

Cookie(s) are used by our Primary Clients. These are some of the social plugins that they may use for transmission of cookie(s), including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, Google, YouTube for videos, LinkedIn, Instagram, etc. These organizations can be based anywhere worldwide and not may not necessarily be in the country of origin of the RegisterONE Primary Client of Client Business Contact.

Below are the regulations pertaining to each service:

For more information and the ability to control your preferences, please visit:,

To learn more about cookies and to manage your preferences on third-party cookies (Switzerland or the European Union), please visit

Targeting/Advertising Cookies for Third-Party Use

RegisterONE does not use targeting/advertising cookies for third-parties.


RegisterONE does not use any third-party profiling cookies for marketing / re-targeting purposes.


If you do not wish to accept cookies from us, you can instruct your browser to refuse cookies from RegisterONE. Most browsers are configured to accept cookies by default, but you can update these settings to either refuse cookies altogether, or to notify you when RegisterONE is trying to set or update a cookie. RegisterONE features may not work properly if the cookies are disabled or blocked.

The cookie settings can be reconfigured, modified and controlled to be blocked/deleted from your devices browser by entering the "Preferences "setting and follow the steps provided.

Cookie configuration may be different from browser to browser, but the site has further information and helpful advice on cookies and on how they affect your navigation experience.

In compliance with current legislation on cookies, your prior consent is not necessary for technical cookies.

Subscription to our newsletters (Opt-In)

RegisterONE users are given the opportunity to subscribe to our organization's newsletters. RegisterONE informs its community regularly by means of a newsletter about its activities, system updates, etc. Express consent is required from the Primary Client and a confirmation e-mail will be sent to the e-mail address provided. The personal data collected as part of a registration for the newsletter will only be used to send our newsletter. The subscription to our newsletter or the storage of personal information or data to transmit the newsletter may be unsubscribed to at any time.


Newsletters from RegisterONE contain tracking pixels. A tracking pixel is a graphic, often a tiny transparent image, embedded in HTML e-mails in order to enable statistical analysis of the success or failure of online campaigns. RegisterONE can use the tracking pixel to see if and when an e-mail was opened by a Primary Client. We store and analyze tracking pixels to track whether the newsletter content is being opened and therefore read.

Contact possibility via the RegisterONE

You may use the "Contact" form or "Chatra" communication feature of RegisterONE to make voluntary, direct contact online to send and receive information quickly and concisely. In order to receive a communication from RegisterONE, a valid email address from you will be provided and stored within the system for processing of requests.

Provision of services against payment

In order to provide services that are fee-based we request additional information. This applies for example for information about payments.

Stripe can be used as a payment method. The American operating company for Stripe is Stripe (United States)

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Stripe's current privacy policy can be viewed at PayPal's current privacy policy can be viewed at

PayPal can be used as a payment method. The European operating company for PayPal is PayPal (United States)

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PayPal's current privacy policy can be viewed at

Routine Erasure or Restriction of Processing of Personal Data

The personal information and data RegisterONE processes and stores will only be for the period necessary to achieve the purposes outlined in the privacy policy.