Cookie Policy

LAST UPDATED: September 15, 2022

Sharpen uses cookies to deliver, secure, and analyze the use of its Services, including but not limited to those available at This Cookie Policy explains what cookies are, the different types of cookies, how Sharpen uses them, and how you may manage your cookies. Unless otherwise defined below, terms used in this Cookie Policy have the same meanings as terms defined in our Terms of Service and Privacy Statement.

  1. What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files containing information that are added to your personal browsing device when you visit or use our website. This information can be recognized by our website or other websites that use the same cookies. This technology enables websites to know if your device has visited them before, thus improving your browsing experience and helping us better understand how you use our Services.

Browser cookies come in different flavors. Session cookies are stored on your device only when visiting our website. Cookies are automatically deleted after you close your browser. Persistent cookies remain on your device until they expire or are deleted by you or your browser. First-party cookies are cookies set by Sharpen. Third-party cookies are set by another party. Sharpen cannot control how these cookies are used by third parties.

  1. What Cookies Does Sharpen Use?

Sharpen uses four types of cookies:

Strictly necessary: Cookies that are essential to provide and secure our Services. These cookies are required to log into your personal Sharpen account and navigate around the site.

Functional: Cookies that are used to recognize you and remember your preferences and settings. These cookies help you receive a personalized experience and deliver enhanced features and content.

Performance: Cookies that measure how often you visit our website and how you use it. These cookies help us manage site performance and improve our Services and your experience.

Advertising: Cookies that collect data about browsing habits, including the content viewed and the links followed. These cookies help us optimize the delivery of advertisements and measure the efficiency of our marketing communications.

  1. How to manage cookies?

You may enable, disable, or delete first- and third-party cookies through the internet browser settings on each personal device and browser that you use. To do so, follow the instructions provided by your browser, usually located within the Edit, Help, or Tools sections of your browser menu. In addition, you can use opt-out tools for ad networks and parties who participate in the Network Advertising Initiative at or the Digital Advertising Alliance at

Please note that (i) disabling or blocking cookies may reduce the functionality of Sharpen website and other websites, and (ii) due to the lack of industry standards, we do not support the Do Not Track browser option at this time.

  1. Will this Cookie Policy change?

Sharpen may at its sole discretion update its Cookie Policy. If we modify this Cookie Policy, a new copy will be made available on our website. We will notify you by posting a notice on our website or sending a message to the email address associated with your account. You are responsible for reading any such notification. Continued use of the Services will be treated as acceptance of the updated Cookie Policy.

  1. Where to find Additional Information?

Please visit the Federal Trade Commission for more detailed information on browser cookies.

You can also find more information about how to change your browser cookie settings at

If you have questions about this Cookie Policy, please contact Sharpen’s Privacy and Human Protection administrator by email to