What Is A Cookie?
A cookie, a HTTP cookie, a web cookie or a browser cookie, is usually a small text file sent from a website. This file is stored in the user’s web browser (on the device of the user while a user is browsing on a website) or mobile application. Find out more about http cookies.
What Does A Cookie Do?
When a user in the future surfs on the same website, the data stored in that cookie is by the website, in order to notify the website of the last activity of that user. They were designed as a mechanism for websites to remember the status of the website or the previous user activity of a user. Cookies help to optimize your visit to the Site and Platform. They help to remember technical choices (e.g. language, newsletter, etc.). Besides that cookies help to offer more relevant services and offers. When consulting the Site, CUTESolutions encourages you to enable cookies. However, if you choose to not do this, feel free to disable the cookies. Find out how to disable cookies further down below.
Cookies May Include
Cookies may include things like clicking on certain buttons, logging-in or a record of the pages which were visited by the user, even months or years ago. Although cookies can’t contain viruses or install malware on the host computer, tracking cookies, and especially third-party tracking cookies are often used as ways to establish long-term data from the browser history of individuals together. This implies major privacy concerns that gave rise for European and US lawmakers to take action in 2011. This cookie statement is in accordance with current Belgian law (Law of 07.10.2012 laying down rules on electronic communications, BS 09/20/2012).
These Sites Use Different Types Of Cookies
Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies enable you to surf the Site and are strictly necessary to use the Site, the Platform or to provide certain functions you requested.
These cookies improve the functionality of the Site and the Platform by remembering your preferences. For example, you can set up your profile on the homepage.
These cookies will survey user sessions. When the Max-Age of a permanent cookie is set at one year, then, within that year, the initial value – stored in that cookie – shall be sent back to the server each time the user visits the server. This is done to save a vital piece of information, such as how the user initially came to the Site or the Platform. For this reason they are also called tracking cookies. For example, once you have chosen your preferred language, the Site/Platform will record your preference in a persistent cookie and save it in your browser. When you visit the Site/Platform again, the Site/Platform will use that persistent cookie to ensure that the content is delivered in the desired language.
Third Party Cookies
In order to support its communications, CUTESolutions has anchored its content in various social media channels. We use channels such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Mix, Pinterest, Instagram and LinkedIn. We make use of the sharing features on these social networks. The channels that CUTESolutions uses may contain cookies of these websites, but CUTESolutions does not verify this. Consult the relevant website of these third parties to learn more about these cookies.
List Of The Cookies The Sites Use
Google Analytics Cookies
We use Google Analytics cookies to collect data about your visits to our Site. Find out how these cookies work by visiting the cookie and privacy statement of Google.
Finally you also have a few possibilities to avoid the storage of cookies. Therefore visit the websites of the different browsers to learn how you can block the storage of cookies. But remember… When you delete all your cookies, you probably will have to fill in all your usernames and passwords again on the websites you visit. If you wouldn’t have deleted the cookies you wouldn’t have to think about them again! Therefore cookies really can add value to your surfing experience on the web.
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Last updated: 20/08/18