What is a cookie
A cookie is a small data file that a site stores on your computer in your web browser when you visit it. A cookie does not contain or collect information in isolation, but only when read by a server through a browser; can provide information to facilitate a friendlier service, such as error detection or setting the language in which the information is displayed. We will not retain a cookie longer than necessary. In order to have full access to our site you will need to have cookies enabled. You can also browse the site if you do not want to activate cookies; however, certain features of the site may be affected.
What cookies do we use
- Necessary cookies – cookies that are needed to be able to access important functionalities of the site such as language selection, authentication in the client account, etc. They do not collect personal data.
- Preferences cookies – cookies that make browsing more enjoyable and allow the delivery of personalized content. For example, keeping the email address to be entered automatically at login.
- Analytics cookies – are used to create statistics of use and performance of the site.
- Marketing cookies – are used to deliver ads relevant to you, depending on the content accessed on the site. These are set by third party companies such as Google, Facebook, etc.
How long cookies are stored
Cookies have an expiration date that is set according to the destination of that file. For example, for greater statistical accuracy, analysis cookies have an expiration date of a few minutes, after which they are set again, without requiring any action on your part. Other cookies can have a term of up to a few hundred days.
How can I control cookies
You can delete cookies stored on your device at any time by accessing the browser settings you use. You can also change your aspura cookie consent at any time by accessing “Cookie Settings” in the footer.
Changes to this policy
We reserve the right to change these terms, in order to be in accordance with our company’s policy, without the obligation to notify in advance.
Last update on this policy was made on 13.03.2020