Last Revised: 1 February 2019
If you do not want to accept these technologies during your website visitor others, please see below options how you could manage, control and delete our and our partners use of these technologies.
What are cookies, web beacons and similar technologies
These are tiny data files placed on your computer, such as a laptop, mobile or tablet which allow us to record information when you visit or interact with our services. Very often these technologies are just summarized as “cookies”, yet they have very different functions and these differences are explained below.
Small text files that are placed in your browser when you visit one of our online services. These so-called cookies allow a website to identify a particular device or browser. There are several types:
– Session cookies expire at the end of each browser session and allow us to provide you with the best user experience on that particular visit;
– Persistent cookies are stored on your device between different sessions, so we can remember your preferences or any action you might have taken;
– First-party cookies are set by a website visited by a user to preserve your settings during your visit;
– The third party are placed in your browser by a website that is not the website you are currently visiting.
When entering a website using cookies, you might get asked to fill out a form providing some personal information, such as your name and email address. This information will then be saved by the cookie and sent to your browser, which will store the information for your next visit. Upon your next visit, the browser will send the cookie to the server, and this will always happen when you visit our website.
Small files (also called pixels, image tags or script tags) that are loaded on our website which work together with cookies to identify our users and provide anonymized data on your behaviour.
These include technologies that can store data in your browser or device using local shared objects or storage, such as flash cookies, HTML5 cookies and other methods. They can operate across different platforms and browsers, and may in some cases have to be managed through your applications or device. Currently, we do not use these technologies for storing information about you on our websites.
Types of cookies, web beacons and other technologies we use and why
They are generally essential or ideal for the functioning of our website and other services, help us to improve the performance, provide extra functions or enables us to serve relevant and targeted advertising.
About “strictly necessary” and “essential”
These types of cookies, web beacons and similar technologies enable you to navigate around the website and use essential features such as shopping baskets. We cannot provide these services without these technologies. We can assure you that these technologies do not collect any data about you that could be used for marketing or other purposes. It is a condition that you accept these technologies, if you prevent them from loading, we cannot guarantee that you can use all features and that the website is secure to use.
Performance cookies, web beacons and similar technologies collect information about how you use our website, such as which pages and if there are any errors. These cookies cannot be used to identify you are only used to improve the website and our other services. Using these technologies are a must to make our services usable.
We use these cookies, web beacons and similar technologies to provide certain services and be able to remember your settings.
The first or third-party cookies and web beacons might be placed by our websites or applications to deliver advertising based on your interest and user behaviour. These technologies allow us to understand how useful our advertising is and how we can improve relevancy.
In addition, we work with third parties who help us to provide similar functions. They might also collect different information which helps us to identify your device.
How you can manage, control and delete cookies, web beacons and similar technologies
Your browser allows you to block cookies by activating these settings. But please be aware that blocking all cookies, including some essential cookies, may limit the functionality and your experience on our website. Our website will issue cookies one you enter our website unless you have adjusted your browser settings. As stated before, we do not change our practices when we receive a “Do Not Track” signal from a visitor’s browser.
If you wish to withdraw your consent of using cookies, you will have to delete your cookies in your browser setting.
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