Cookies are information stored on your computer by the website you are visiting. Cookies usually save your settings, website settings, and preferred language and address. Later, when you reopen the same website, the internet browser sends back the cookies belonging to that site. This enables the site to display the information adapted to your needs. In order to ensure the proper function of this website, in order to continue improving the site and to improve your viewing experience, this site may store a small amount of information (cookies) on your computer.
Over 90% of all websites use this practice. However, pursuant to the European Union regulations, since May 2011 we are required to obtain your consent before using cookies.
Cookies may save a wide range of information, including your personal information (such as name and surname, address, e-mail address, telephone number, etc.). However, this information may only be stored if you approve and accept this.
Websites cannot access information that you did not provide them, and they cannot access any other files on your computer.
These activities of storing and sending cookies are not visible to you. However, you may change your internet browser settings and choose whether you approve and accept the request for storing cookies, and you can delete all cookies automatically upon closing your browser, and more.
How to disable cookies?
By disabling cookies, you are deciding whether you want to permit the storage of cookies on your computer.
Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your web browser.
For information about cookie settings, please select the web browser you use.
- Internet Explorer 9,
- Internet Explorer 7 or 8,
- Opera (English site),
- Safari (English site).
If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use some of the functionalities on our website.
What are temporary cookies?
Temporary cookies, also called session cookies, are removed from your computer when you close your internet browser. The website uses these to store temporary data, such as items in your shopping basket.
What are persistent cookies?
Persistent cookies remain on your computer even after the internet browser is closed.
The website uses these to store data, such as your log in and password, so that you do not need to sign in every time you visit a certain page. Permanent cookies can remain on your computer for days, months or even years.
What are first-party cookies?
First-party cookies are those that come directly from the website you are viewing, and they can be session or persistent cookies. By using these cookies, the website stores data that it will reuse during your next visit to that website.
What are third-party cookies?
Third-party cookies are those that come from the advertisements of other websites (such as pop-ups or other ads) that are found on the website you are viewing. By using these cookies, websites are able to monitor the use of the internet for marketing purposes.
AQUATIKA uses persistent cookies to improve functionality, such as “Keep me logged in”, facilitating user access to the site.
We also use persistent cookies to better understand user habits, in order to improve our website in line with your habits. This information is anonymous – we see no individual user data.
There are several external services that store limited cookies on the user’s computer. These cookies are not stored by this website, but serve for the normal functioning of certain capabilities that enable user access to content.
We currently enable:
Users may share social media posts on Facebook and Google+ that store user cookies.
AQUATIKA uses a visitation measurement service, i.e. Google Analytics. You may wish to disable this service from storing cookies. There are currently several websites available to disable the storage of cookies for different services.
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