Latest Cookies Declaration update: 11.07.2017.
1. What are cookies and personal data?
Cookies are small text files which can be stored on your computer (or on another device with access to the Internet, such as a smartphone or tablet) when you visit the AVEVE BIOCHEM website. These text files store the following information: the name of the website from where the cookie originates, the ‘shelf life’ of the cookie (in other words, how long the cookie will be stored on your computer/device) and a value, which usually consists of a randomly generated, unique number.Some cookies can collect your personal data, that is, data that we know about you, as a user of the website.
2. How do we ask permission to place cookies?
In case of other analytical cookies, we assume your implicit consent for their use. If you continue to browse the website, we consider this action as your agreement to placing cookies on your device. If you do not want cookies on your device, read Section 4 below: “How can you manage or remove cookies?”
3. What types of cookies do we use?
3.1 Session cookies
Session cookies are temporary, functional cookies which remain on your computer/device until you leave the AVEVE BIOCHEM website. These cookies are essential, because the website or the service you have requested cannot function or will not function properly without the use of these cookies. Every time you visit our website, these cookies contain a different, temporary number. The cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser.We do not need your permission for these session cookies, because they are necessary to provide you with the various functions of our website. These cookies have a minimal impact on your privacy.
3.2 Permanent cookies
This type of cookie remains on your computer longer than a session cookie or until it is manually deleted. (The duration of the cookie remaining on your device depends on the ‘shelf life’ of the specific cookie and on your browser settings.) By using these types of cookies, we can recognise you the next time you visit our website. This allows the website to be specifically adapted to your preferences. For example, if you have agreed to the placement of cookies, we can remember this by means of a cookie. That means you do not have to repeat your preferences every time you visit, saving you time and making your visits to our website more enjoyable.
4. How can you manage or remove cookies?
Most Internet browsers are set up to automatically accept cookies. You can decline or delete cookies via the browser settings on your computer. The exact method for doing this differs from browser to browser. If necessary, consult your browser’s help function. These settings must be configured individually for each browser and for each computer/device!
- Cookie settings Internet Explorer
- Cookie settings Chrome
- Cookie settings Firefox
- Cookie settings Safari
Not accepting, deleting or deactivating cookies may result in certain website functionalities not functioning properly or at all. This may lead to a disappointing website experience.
5. Do we use other tracking technologies?
When you visit the website, we automatically collect technical data (log files) to improve the ease of use of the website.
Which personal data?
In concrete terms, we collect the IP address of your computer or other devices, the pages visited, the duration of the visit, the Internet browser you use to surf and the duration of your visit to the website.
What do we do with your data?
The processing of this information is essential for optimising our operational management. We use this technical data to improve the functionality, user-friendliness and security of our website. Based on the data collected from all our website visitors, we also look at how many visitors we have per month, when they visit, which pages are most visited and with which browsers, and whether or not problems occur during a website visit.
How long is the information stored?
We store the log files for 7 days.
6. Do you have any questions for us, or would you like to exercise your right to access, correct, object to, restrict or delete your information?
To do so, consult our Privacy Declaration.