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JiHu GitLab Cookies Policy

Published/updated on: July 29, 2022

This JiHu GitLab Cookies Policy (this “Cookies Policy”) supplements the information contained in the JiHu GitLab Privacy Policy and explains how GitLab Information Technology (Hubei) Co., Ltd., GitLab Innovation (Beijing) Information Technology Co., Ltd. and their affiliates (“we” or “JiHu (GitLab)”) use Cookies and related technologies to manage and provide products and services pertaining to the JiHu (GitLab) website (having the domain name and SaaS (having the domain name and (collectively, “Services”). With the development of our business, we may update or improve our Services, and may also provide you with other new products and websites of JiHu (GitLab) . This Cookies Policy will also apply to the update and improvement of the Services, as well as any new products and websites of JiHu (GitLab) using Cookies that we may subsequently make available to you. If necessary, we will amend this Cookies Policy and notify you thereof in accordance with relevant provisions of Article 8 of the JiHu Gitlab Privacy Policy.

1. What are Cookies and similar technologies (collectively, “Cookies”)?

Cookies are small text files placed on your computer. Pixels are small amounts of code on a web page or in an email that provide a method to deliver content, such as a graphic image on a webpage.

2. What types of Cookies do we use?

We may use four types of Cookies: strictly necessary Cookies, functional Cookies, performance and analytics Cookies, as well as targeting and advertising Cookies.

3. Why do we use Cookies?

We use Cookies to:

4. Who sets Cookies on JiHu (GitLab)?

The Cookies placed by us can allow you to make full use of some basic functions of the Services. In addition, our authorized third-party service providers (“Service Providers”) may also set Cookies. Please note that the Cookies set by the Service Providers are governed by their own privacy policies. Our authorized Service Providers and related information can be seen in the table below:

Service Providers Personal information collection and how to manage Cookies they set
Google Analytics
Tencent RUM
Baidu Analytics

5. How do you manage your Cookies?

Most browsers allow you to delete Cookies, and the settings and preferences controlled by those Cookies, including advertising preferences. Please note that deleting some Cookies may cause certain features of the Services relying on Cookies to not function properly. You can find instructions to remove any Cookies that have been created in the Cookies folder of your browser at

5.1. “Do Not Track (DNT)” function

You can enable the “DNT” function through the setting of privacy preferences in your browser to indicate that you do not want to be tracked. We will respond to your such signal and respect your website track preference expression for client-side events.

5.2. Web beacons

Most email clients have settings which allow you to prevent the automatic downloading of images, which will disable web beacons in the email messages you read.

5.3. Mobile advertising IDs

On mobile devices, advertising IDs provided by the platform may be collected and used similar to Cookies IDs. You may use the controls on iOS and Android or similar operating systems that allow you to limit tracking and/or reset the advertising IDs.

For more information about the types of personal information we collect, or in case of any other inquiries about this Cookies Policy, please refer to our JiHu Gitlab Privacy Policy.

This Cookies Policy may be provided in Chinese, English or other languages. In case of any discrepancies or conflicts among different linguistic versions of this Agreement, the Chinese version shall prevail.

This Cookies Policy shall take effect from the date on which it is published.