WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies are little pieces of data that are stored in a small text file on your computer or mobile device when you visit a website. They allow web developers to build websites that are user friendly, secure and effective. Some cookies are only persistent during your session on the website, others are used to store your settings and preferences when you switch between websites or allow data about the usage of a website to be collected for statistical purposes.
WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES DO WE USE?
- FUNCTIONAL COOKIES
These cookies are required for the basic functions of our websites. They make it easier for you to access content. Among other things, we use these cookies to store your domicile and language settings. Functional cookies cannot be deactivated.
- ANALYTICAL COOKIES
These cookies enable us to analyze and improve our websites to provide a user experience-based service.
- MARKETING COOKIES
We use these cookies to display advertisements tailored to your interests, both inside and outside the Bonebridge websites.
WHAT TYPES OF ANALYTICS DO WE USE?
On our websites we use various web analytics services from third parties such Google Analytics, a network of services provided by Google Inc.
The information obtained by these third parties does not link to your personal information. The following types of anonymized information is collected by these systems, in particular:
- Client host name or masked IP of the accessing device;
- the URL directing visitors from and to Bonebridge websites;
- the time of the visit;
- browser types and versions;
- brand of devices or operating systems; and
- other device specific information, such as screen sizes.
CONTROLLING COOKIES & WITHDRAWING CONSENT
You can limit the usage of cookies for our websites by adjusting the settings of your browser software accordingly. Depending on your browser, you can set a warning before you accept cookies, or set refuse as default.
Please refer to the “help” button (or similar) on your browser to learn more. Unwanted preexisting cookies on your computer or mobile device can be deleted by using the features specific to your browser. To learn more, please check which web browser you are using and follow the appropriate link below (last updated: 13th of October 2019):
Please let us know, if we do not meet your expectations with respect to the processing of personal data or you wish to complain about our data protection practices; this gives us the opportunity to examine your issue and make improvements, where necessary. In any of these cases, please send us a clear request in writing, to the entity named bellow:
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