2. What are Cookies?
For simplicity, we will refer to cookies and similar technologies simply as ‘Cookies’. By this we mean the following components.
Cookies are small files that are placed and read in the browser of your computer, smartphone or other device (hereinafter referred to as ‘Device’ for short) when you use this website.
Cookies are sometimes temporary (so-called ‘Session Cookies’) that are deleted after the browser is closed. Other cookies remain present until they expire or until you delete them (so-called ‘Permanent Cookies’) such as these to remember that you are logged in.
Tags or Pixels are synonyms of each other. They are each pieces of code that are executed by your browser (e.g. Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer) when you visit this website. These bits of code can register certain data such as Cookies, your IP address and other information about your Device.
Cookies and Tags may be placed by Customer Collective itself (so-called ‘First Party Cookies’) or by third parties that Collective engages for specific support (‘Third Party Cookies’).
- “Necessary cookies” to make the website work properly
- “Analysis cookies” to collect statistics on the use of the website. Such statistics are aggregated across many users and do not allow individual visitors like you to be recognised.
Below you will find more explanation of each of these uses.
3.1 Necessary cookies
These cookies are necessary to use this website.
3.2 Analysis cookies
These analyse the use of our websites and apps. They allow us to improve functionality or detect errors.
4. How can I delete or disable cookies?
You can disable or delete cookies at any time via:
- Via cookie management
- Through your browser settings, you can refuse or manage the installation of cookies. You can also delete already installed cookies from your computer or mobile device at any time.
For more information by browser type, see also the following links:
Please note that if you delete or disable cookies in your browser, this website may no longer work as expected.