WHAT IS A COOKIE?
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aumentotechnologies.com/la_biscuitery uses first party and third party cookies:
FIRST PARTY COOKIES
First-party cookies are cookies set by our website, and which can only be read by aumentotechnologies.com/la_biscuitery. We use the following kinds of first-part cookies for different purposes:
- Technical cookies – which are necessary in order for our website to work. These cookies enable for instance fundamental features such as site navigation.
- Personalized cookies – collect information about the choices you make on our website. We use this information to show you content and products on the website that suit your requirements based on previous choices made by you at aumentotechnologies.com/la_biscuitery.
- Statistic cookies – compile for instance visitor statistics, such as the number of users, session duration, etc. We use this information to enhance usability on the website and for statistical purposes.
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
Third party cookies are cookies that are not set by us, but which we have allowed third parties to set on the website. When we show content from third party websites, for instance Google, cookies will also be set by these websites on your computer.
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REMOVING AND MANAGING COOKIES
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