What are cookies?
Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information which are downloaded to the hard drive or memory of your computer, tablet or mobile device (hereafter “Appliance”) when you visit a website. The cookies downloaded through the Website cannot damage your Appliance or the files saved on it.
What cookies do we use?
Firstly, We use functional cookies. These cookies are essential to providing you with the services and functionality you have requested. Functional cookies record for instance that you are logged in so that you don’t have to log in again when you move to the next webpage.
We use analytics services to collect statistics on how the Website is used. These statistics are analysed by the service provider and the information passed on to us. In this way We gain insights into how the Website is used and can use this information to adapt the Website and/or its services where necessary. If legally obliged, the service provider may share this information with a third party. We use the following analytics services: Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Optimize. We have set up our analytics services as privacy-friendly as possible. This means the following measures are in place to protect your privacy:
- We have closed a data processing agreement with the service provider.
- We have agreed with the service provider that data will not be used for other purposes.
- You IP address will be partially encrypted.
We use third-party cookies on the Website so as to offer personalised offers based on your surfing behaviour. Through the website, a cookie is dropped on your Appliance with a unique number. This cookie enables your Appliance to be recognised if after visiting our website, you visit another website in the same network of advertisers. It means We can show you adverts when you are on these other websites. The data gathered is only used by us so as to be able to show adverts on other websites and is not coupled to other files.
You can always change the permissions you have set for us to place and analyse cookies by setting your browser to disable cookies or by deleting the cookies already placed in your browser. Check ‘Help’ in your browser to find out how to delete cookies. Remember that deleting cookies may mean that some parts of the website may no longer work or no longer work very well. Disabling and deleting cookies only impacts the computer and the browser from which you delete them. If you use more than one computer and/or browser, you will need to change the permissions for each computer and/or browser.
The information contained on a cookie may include personal data. If this is the case, then the Privacy Statement issued by us applies. The Privacy Statement can be found on the Website.
This Cookie Statement may be changed. Changes will be announced on the Website.
If you have any questions regarding this Cookie Statement, please contact us at email@example.com.