Cookies Policy

Last Updated: 01/01/2024


This Cookies Policy applies to GIBO services (the “Platform”), which include all apps, websites, software, and related services accessed via any platform or device that are linked to this Cookies Policy. The Platform is provided and controlled by Global IBO AI Technology Ltd. (“GIBO”, “we”, “our” or “us”).

We use cookies and similar technologies, such as pixel tags and clear GIFs (also known as web beacons) on our website to store information or gain access to information stored on your device or computer. You can find out more about cookies and similar technologies, and how we use them, in the information set out below. Any information that we collect will be used in accordance with our Privacy Policy.


If you do not accept the use of these cookies or similar technologies, you can disable them by following the instructions in this policy below or by changing your browser settings so that cookies or similar technologies from our Website or app cannot be placed on your computer or mobile device.



Our Platform uses the following kinds of technologies:

Cookies. Cookies are small text files that enable us and our service providers and partners to uniquely identify your browser or device for various purposes, including those described above. Cookies normally work by assigning a unique number to your device and are stored on your browser by the websites that you visit as well as third party service providers and partners to those websites. There are different categories of cookies, including:

  • First-party cookies. First-party cookies, which are served directly by us to your computer or device.
  • Third-party cookies. Third-party cookies, which are served by a third party on our behalf.


Cookies can remain on your computer or mobile device for different periods of time. Some cookies are “session cookies”, meaning that they exist only while your browser is open and are deleted automatically once you close your browser. Session cookies cannot be used to track your browser or device from website to website.


Other cookies are “persistent cookies”, meaning that they survive after your browser is closed. Most persistent cookies are set to automatically expire after a defined duration (for example, a few days, weeks or months). When you return to that website (or visit other websites that use the same cookies) the website provider or its service providers can recognise the persistent cookies they have set and recognise your browsing device.


Local storage. Local storage files are created by apps and websites to store information locally on your device. They are very similar to cookies, but can have slightly different properties (for example, local storage can be used to store more information and can be stored in a different location on your device to cookies). Local storage is normally used to speed up app and site functionality and remember your preferences.


Application Programmable Interface (API). An API is a piece of software which helps two or more applications to talk to one another. We use them to communicate between TikTok and our service providers.


Software Development Kits (SDKs). SDKs are pieces of code that enable data to be collected about your device, network and interaction with a website. Like cookies, they generally operate by assigning your device a unique number.


Pixels. Pixels are small 1×1 pixel invisible image files that are embedded in certain website pages.  They can be used to collect information about your visit to that website page. When you open a website page with an embedded pixel, the page will automatically run simple code that downloads the 1×1 image file to your device.  At the same time, the code also passes certain information about your device and your actions on the website. Your interest in the website can then be logged and used for analytics or advertising purposes.


Device identifiers. The Services may use one or more device identifiers to recognize your device, including the Android Advertising ID and iOS Advertising Identifier, which we use for advertising purposes. You can reset your device identifier or opt out of targeted advertising in through your device settings.


Fingerprinting. Fingerprinting involves combining a set of features or characteristics from a device or browser (e.g. information from HTTP headers, browser language, time zone, JavaScript objects, installed fonts, installed plugins) in order to uniquely identify you. We may use fingerprinting for security or user safety purposes.



The types of tracking technologies used by us in connection with the provision of the Platform can be classified into the following categories. Some of these categories are “essential” to provide you with the services you have requested, such as to allow you to log into secure areas of the Platform. The following is a list of the categories of tracking technologies we use:

  • Identification and security. We recognise you when you return to our Platform to make sure that you are the right user and to prevent activity that violates our policies. For example, we check what country you are using the Platform from to detect if someone may be trying to fraudulently access your account.
  • We use analytics tracking technologies to analyse how you use the Platform, including which pages you view most often, how you interact with the content, measure any errors that occur and test different design ideas. The information is used to report and evaluate your activities and patterns as a user of the Platform.
  • Functionality tracking technologies help to make the Platform work more efficiently and to improve and optimize your experience. For example, we determine which device you use, the software version and the screen dimensions so that we can ensure the Platform functions correctly.
  • Content personalisation. We use these technologies to ensure that we can serve you with personalised content. For example, each User is given a unique GIBO account identification number. We use this to provide you with tailored content that will be of interest to you.
  • Remembering your preferences. We need to remember the settings you have chosen on the Platform so that they work how you want them to. For example, we use these technologies in order to remember what languages you want to see content in, the privacy settings you apply to your account and/or videos.
  • Advertising and measurement. Our Platform uses advertising and measurement tracking technologies. These tracking technologies help us and our advertisers show you relevant advertising and measure the performance of ad campaigns. We also use these technologies to promote our Platform on the other platforms and websites and measure their effectiveness.



We use cookies on this site to make sure you can use the Platform easily and enjoy the Services. Some of these cookies are essential and we cannot provide our Services without them, but there are others that can be turned off (depending on the device you use). Note that, depending on the type of device you have, it may not be possible to delete or disable tracking mechanisms. For some tracking technologies, you may also not have the ability to specifically reject or disable tracking. However, in many instances these technologies are reliant on cookies to function properly; accordingly, in those instances, declining cookies will impair the functionality of these technologies. In addition, note that disabling cookies and/or similar technologies prevents GIBO or its business partners from tracking your browser’s activities in relation to the Services, and for use in targeted advertising activities by us, including via third party websites. It also disables many of the features available through the Services.

You can control how these technologies are used. You can change your preferences by changing the settings in your browser. Your browser will allow you to:

  • See what cookies or other similar technologies have been dropped on your device;
  • Block cookies or similar technologies;
  • Clear cookies or similar technologies from your browser.


Deleting cookies or similar technologies means that any preference settings you have made on a particular website will be lost and the functionality of our Platform will be impaired. We cannot guarantee that your experience on our Website will be as good as it could otherwise be.

If you want to change your settings at any time (for example, if you accept all cookies, but later decide you do not want a certain type of cookie) you will need to use your browser settings to remove any third party cookies or similar technologies dropped on your previous visit.



If you have disabled one or more cookies, we will still use information collected from cookies prior to your disabled preference being set, however, we will stop using the disabled cookie to collect any further information.



Occasionally, we will make updates to this policy to reflect changes in our practices. The “Last Updated” date at the top of this policy will be amended when we post any changes. In the event of substantial alterations in how we collect, use, and/or share information through these technologies, we will notify you by prominently displaying notices of these changes in the locations where you access the Platform. We encourage you to revisit this page occasionally to stay informed about any modifications to this policy.



If you have any questions or suggestions about our Cookies Policy, do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].