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What are cookies and similar techniques?

Cookies are small text files containing small amounts of information which are downloaded to (or read from) your device when you visit a website through, for example, the browser of your computer, tablet, or smartphone. This small text file enables data (potentially including personal data) to be stored. These (personal) data allow for you to be identified when you visit our website at a later moment in time.

JavaScripts and web beacons are examples of similar techniques that, in combination with cookies, enable a system to collect information (JavaScripts), store this information in small and simple text files (cookies), and subsequently transmit them (web beacons).

All of these techniques are further collectively referred to as “Cookies and similar techniques” or “Cookies”.

What does SDL do with cookies

Our websites use Cookies for the following purposes:

  • Functional Cookies. A number of these Cookies are essential to ensure the proper technical functioning of our websites. Other functional Cookies are used to provide Website functionality such as the possibility to save preference settings and to facilitate logging on our websites.
  • Analytical Cookies. We can use analytical Cookies and similar tools to analyse how visitors use our websites. We use such a service among others to enhance the user-friendliness of the websites. The data we collect via analytical Cookies can include which web pages you have visited, which referring/exit pages you have entered and left from, which web pages you have opened and acted upon, the number of clicks you make on a certain web page, your mouse movements and scrolling activity.

How can you disable or delete cookies?

You activate cookies when you visit our website but can undo this by changing your browser settings. Whether you want to disable the Cookies, receive a notification at the same moment when a Cookie is placed on your device, or want to delete all stored Cookies on your device, these changes can be implemented through your browser settings (often found under “Help” or “Internet options”).

See the relevant link below for your selected browser type:

How can you block cookies?

By changing your browser settings, you can set your browser preferences in order not to accept any Cookies (from our websites). If your browser does not accept Cookies from our websites, access to certain functionalities can be denied and/or the use of all website functionalities can be limited.

For more information about third-party Cookies and your opt-out possibilities, see https://www.youronlinechoices.com or https://www.aboutads.info/choices