10.2. Which cookies do we use?
Most of the cookies we use are automatically deleted from your computer or mobile device at the end of the browser session (‘session cookies’). For instance, we use session cookies to store your country and language settings across different sites in an Internet session.
In addition, we use temporary and/or permanent cookies. These remain stored on your computer or mobile device at the end of the browser session. When you visit our Internet sites again, these automatically recognise the entries and settings you prefer. Depending on their type, these temporary and/or permanent cookies remain on your computer or mobile device for between one month and ten years and are automatically deleted once the programmed term has expired. They help us make our website more user-friendly, more effective and more secure. These cookies mean, for instance, that you see information tailored to your interests on the site.
The cookies stored on the computer or mobile device may also originate from partner companies. These may be other companies of Goldbach Group Ltd or companies outside of Goldbach Group Ltd. You will find the periodically updated list of our partner companies and the purposes for which we engage them in Section 8. Cookies from partner companies remain on your computer or mobile device for between one month and ten years and are automatically deleted once the programmed term has expired.
You will also find information about the purposes of the cookies and about the companies (third parties) that set cookies when you visit our website in the Privacy Center, which is displayed on your first visit to our website or which you can easily find there. In the Privacy Center, you additionally have the option to opt out of the processing of your personal data for particular purposes or by particular companies.
10.3. What data is stored in these cookies?
When a cookie is set, an identification number is assigned to it. This number itself cannot be associated with specific data about you (such as you name or address); rather, it is linked to the device from which you visit our website. This is why the data collected using a cookie identification number is referred to as pseudonymous data. This pseudonymous identification number makes it possible to collect, e.g. data concerning your interaction with our website.
10.4. How can you prevent the storage of cookies?
Most Internet browsers accept cookies automatically. However, you can configure your browser not to accept cookies or to prompt you to accept each time a website you visit wishes to store a cookie. You can also delete cookies from your computer or mobile device by using the appropriate feature of your browser.
In addition, you can use the Privacy Center mentioned in Clause 10.2 to opt out of the setting of cookies for particular purposes or by particular companies.
Should you decide not to accept our cookies or the cookies of our partner companies, you may be unable to see certain information on our website or to use certain features that are designed to improve your visit.