Table Of Contents
- What is a cookie?
- What cookies do we use?
- Third party cookies?
- Tracking and advertising?
- How to refuse or block cookies?
- User rights?
1. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file placed onto your device that enables our Site features and functionality. For example, cookies can enable us to identify your device and secure your access to the Site. Cookies also allow the Site to remember information about your browsing on the Site for a while and to recognize you the next time you visit the Site. All this allows us to give you the opportunity to use the Site comfortably and to make the Site even more user-friendly.
- To understand, improve, and research products, features, and services, including when you access our Site from other websites or devices such as your computer or your mobile device.
- To recognize the returning visitors of the Site. Cookies help us show you the right information and personalize your experience. Cookies also help avoiding re-registration or re-filling of the information by you each time you visit the Site.
3. What cookies do we use?
Each time you visit our Site, the long-term (persistent) cookies may be created, which stay in your browser after you sign-up and will be read by us when you return to our Site and not deleted after you finish browsing our Site, and the short-term (session) cookies, which expire or are deleted after you finish browsing our Site (i.e. they usually last during the current visit to our Site or browsing session).
Cookies used by the Company:
- Strictly required or necessary cookies: These cookies are required for the operation of our Site. They include, for example, cookies that enable storage of information filled by you during the browsing session, enable you to log into secure areas of our Site. Without these cookies operation of the Site would be impossible or its functioning may be severely affected.
- Authentication and User Experience cookies: These improve the functional performance of our Site and make it easier for you to use. These cookies remember the settings selected by the Visitors (for example, the settings of language or currency). With the use of these cookies, the Visitors may avoid the changes of settings during each visit of the Site. These cookies also remember changes made by you in the Site (for example, in case you leave comment on the Site). These cookies do not track your behavior in other websites.
4. Third party cookies?
The only third-party cookie used by us in the respective Portal set up for customer is that from our user authentication service provider Auth0 (Okta). Auth0 sets this cookie to hold the information about the possibility of the user to have a valid session. If this cookie is present in the user's browser, when the auth0 browser client is instantiated, the SDK can perform a “getTokenSilently” call to return or renew the user access token. This cookie mechanism is used to improve the user experience
5. Tracking and advertising?
We do not use any first party or THIRD-PARTY cookies at any time for the sole purpose of tracking users, their location, browsing behavior, advertising, etc.,
We also do not share cookie and other information such as IP address or location, etc., collected with any third parties whatsoever. Information collected stays within on our systems and in our control. Information is only retained for long as the contract or the Site is being used by respective Customer's users. Information is disposed of securely when we securely remove the Site at the end of contractual period.
6. How to refuse or block cookies?
Many web browsers are set so that they would automatically accept all cookies. The Visitors may, at their discretion, manage, block or delete cookies, if the settings of their browser or device enable them to do so. Nevertheless, if you refuse or block the cookies or other similar technologies, some functions of the Site may be inaccessible to you or they may operate not properly
We draw your attention that necessary and authentication cookies are critical for functioning of our Site, and in case of your objections, some features of the Site may not work or may not work properly.
You may find more information about how to delete cookies, as well as the other useful information related to the use of the cookies, on the website http://www.allaboutcookies.org/
8. User rights?