What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are used to store small pieces of information. They are saved on your device when the website is loaded on your browser. These cookies help us make the site work properly, make it more secure, provide a better user experience, and analyze what is working correctly and where it needs improvement.
The Alt Spaur website uses proprietary and third-party cookies for a variety of purposes. Proprietary cookies are mostly necessary for the website to function properly and do not collect any personally identifiable information. Third-party cookies are primarily used to understand how the website works, how users interact, keeping our services secure, providing relevant advertisements to you, and providing a better user experience.
What types of cookies do we use?
Essential: Some cookies are essential in order to provide the full functionality of our site. They allow us to maintain user sessions and prevent security threats. They do not collect or store any personal information. Functional: cookies that allow certain non-essential features on our website. These features include embedding content such as videos or sharing website content on social media platforms. Preferences: cookies that help us store your browsing settings and preferences, such as your chosen language. This will give you a better and efficient browsing experience on future visits to our website.
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How can I control my cookie preferences?
If you decide to change your preferences later during your browsing session, you can click on the “Review Consent” tab on the bottom right screen. In the window that opens, you will be able to change your preferences or withdraw your consent completely. In addition to this, different browsers provide different methods to block and delete cookies used by websites. You can change your browser settings to block/delete cookies. For more information contact your company’s IT technician or have a look at Wikipedia – Cookie.