1. Who is responsible for processing your data?
2. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that your computer or mobile device saves when you visit our website. These cookies help us ensure that:
– Surfing our website is easier and more fun;
– If you place an order via our website, you don’t have to repeatedly fill in or receive the same information;
– We can measure how our website is used and how we can improve it;
– We can show advertisements and make recommendations based on your interests;
3. Types of cookie
– Functional or essential cookies: These cookies ensure that our website functions correctly.
– Analytical cookies: We use these cookies for Google Analytics, in order to gather statistics about how our website is used. This helps us to keep improving the user experience of our website. The data is used anonymously (data sharing is switched off) and we have a processing agreement with Google. All data is processed anonymously and is encrypted, and it is automatically deleted after 26 months.
– Third-party cookies: We use social media cookies, for YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Spotify, and Instagram. In addition, we use advertising scripts Facebook, Google Adwords, Twitter, Spotify, and Instagram. This way we can make offers that are as relevant as possible to you, based on your web activity. For more information on these companies’ privacy and cookie policies, visit: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Spotify or Instagram.
4. Adjusting your browser settings
If you don’t want websites to be able to store cookies on your computer, you can adjust your browser settings. You will then be warned before cookies are stored. You can also set your browser to refuse certain types of cookie, such as third-party cookies. We should point out that if you don’t allow cookies, we cannot guarantee that our ebsite will function correctly. Some functions may be lost, or some pages might not be visible at all. Additionally, if you block cookies, you will still be shown advertisements. They will simply not be tailored to you, and will be more repetitive. For more information on adjusting your browser’s cookie settings, see:
– Internet Explorer
If you wish to turn off cookies from specific organisations, you can do so via www.youronlinechoices.com.
5. Final remarks