As you visit Keliber’s websites, your device will receive one or more cookies, which are sent from our website to your browser.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file which the browser saves on the user’s device. Cookies do not harm your files or device. Cookies are divided into persistent cookies and session cookies. Persistent cookies will remain on your device for a set period of time, after which they are deleted either automatically or when you manually delete cookies from your browser. Session cookies remain on your device only for the time you spend on our website and will be deleted upon closing the browser.
What is the purpose of cookies?
Data collected via cookies includes, for example, the IP address, type of browser and device, as well as browsing location. However, we will not be able to identify you based on cookie data, and we do not combine cookie data with other personal information potentially collected in another context.
How can I disable or delete cookies?
Most browsers accept cookies by default. However, you can disable and delete cookies in your browser or device settings. If you disable or delete cookies, the usability of our website might decrease and the website will not remember your xxxx, for example. Deleting cookies clears them from your browser history, but it does not discontinue their use entirely.
Alternatively, you can use the browser’s incognito or private browsing mode when visiting a website.
Cookies and data collected by third parties
In addition to our website cookies, we use third party cookies.
With third party cookies, third parties will be able to identify users. Third party services are subject to their own cookie and data protection policies, and as such, Keliber is not responsible for the collection and handling of third party data.
If you want to disable the cookies set by Google Analytics, you can download a plug-in for your browser here: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en. You can also use other tools and plug-ins to disable cookies and tracking.