Cookies on FindMino

Our privacy policy describes how we collect and use information, and what choices you have. One way we collect information is through the use of a technology called “cookies.” We use cookies for several things on FindMino.

What’s a cookie?

When you go online, you use a program called a “browser” (like Apple’s Safari or Google’s Chrome). Most websites store a small amount of text in the browser—and that text is called a “cookie.”

How we use cookies

We use cookies for lots of essential things on FindMino—like helping you log in and tailoring your FindMino experience. Here are some specifics on how we use cookies.


Cookies help us remember which comments, chats, people or websites you’ve interacted with so we can show you related content you might like.


We use cookies to remember your settings and preferences, like your privacy settings.

Log in

Cookies let you log in and out of FindMino.


Cookies are just one way we protect you from security risks. For example, we use them to detect when someone might be trying to hack your FindMino account or spam the FindMino community.


We use cookies to make FindMino better. For example, these cookies tell us how many people use a certain feature and how popular it is, or whether people open an email we send.

Service providers

Sometimes we hire security vendors or use third-party analytics providers to help us understand how people are using FindMino. Just like we do, these providers may use cookies.

Your options

There are a few ways you can choose how cookies are used on FindMino:

Your browser probably gives you cookie choices. For example, most browsers let you block “third party cookies,” which are cookies from sites other than the one you’re visiting. Those options vary from browser to browser, so check your browser settings for more info.

Some browsers also have a privacy setting called “Do Not Track,” which we support. This setting is another way for you to decide whether we use info from our partners and other services to customize FindMino for you.

Last adjusted Sept 1, 2020