This website is operated by the English private limited company Avytage Limited. With this Cookie Statement we like to inform you on the cookies that may be placed when you use this website. By using this website, you consent to the cookies described below being placed on the device you use to visit our website. We may update this Cookie Statement from time to time.
1 What is a cookie?
1.1 A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer or other device used to visit a website (hereinafter all together: device). If a cookie has been stored, your device sends the information from that file back to the party that placed the cookie, so your device can be recognised. A cookie cannot install or start up computer programs, nor can it spread viruses.
1.2 A cookie has a certain validity period starting on the moment it is placed on a device. The cookie will remain stored on the device during this validity period. Thereafter the cookie will expire. For some cookies the validity period is the browser session, other cookies remain on the device for a longer period so the device can also be recognized at a next visit. You can also remove cookies yourself via your browser.
1.3 In as far as we do collect personal data by using cookies, we process these personal data in accordance with our Privacy Statement, unless this Cookie Statement indicates otherwise.
2 Cookies on Avytage websites
2.1 We obtain services from third parties, in the context of which cookies may be placed when you use this website. We allow these cookies so we all benefit from these services and you can use the related functionalities. The cookies can be broken down into three categories: essential cookies, performance cookies and analytic cookies. Essential cookies are necessary to enable the website or a certain functionality on the website. Such cookies are placed when visiting the website or using a relevant functionality.
Performance cookies have a functional background, just as essential cookies. The difference is that performance cookies are not strictly necessary, but optimize the performance of the website or a specific functionality thereby enhancing your online experience.
Analysis cookies register visits and preferences of website visitors. With this information the use of the website can be analysed and reports and statistics are generated.
2.4 The cookies referred to above are not placed or read by us, but by the relevant third party (service provider). For your convenience we have included (by reference) the information available on these cookies. However, no rights can be derived from this, as we have limited knowledge and control over these cookies. We assume no responsibility or liability whatsoever for these third party cookies or how the relevant third parties use the gathered information. The third parties may use the gathered information for their own purposes. For further information on these cookies and how abovementioned third parties use the gathered information, please use the links provided above or contact the relevant third party.
3 Cookie settings, blocking and erasing cookies
3.1 You can change the browser settings on your device as to reject all or certain cookies, or to be informed of every new cookie. Furthermore via your browser you can delete placed cookies. We kindly refer to the All About Cookies website for more information on managing cookies. Please note that this informative website is not linked to us in any way and we have no influence on it whatsoever. You may also consult the help function of your browser for further information.
3.2. Please do note that if you reject or remove cookies via your browser, this will likewise affect necessary and performance cookies. This can affect the performance of this website and your ability to use (parts of) this website.
If you need any assistance relating to the above, please contact us.
Valentinskamp 18, 20354 Hamburg/Germany
Phone: +49 (0)40 2384 5388
E-mail address : firstname.lastname@example.org
Last update : 1 9 March 2016