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“Teever” Cookies Policy
USE OF “COOKIES” AND OTHER TRACKING TECHNOLOGIES BY “TEEVER”

Thank you for visiting “Teever” website. This “Cookies” statement is applicable to this website, in any website or web page that carries our brand name and is hosted on third-party platforms (eg. YouTube and Facebook) as well as in applications, access to which and whose use is via websites or platforms that are managed by our brand name or on behalf of our brand name.

Making use of our website and selecting “Accept” on the banner/pop-up about the use of “Cookies” while browsing our website, you give your consent to the use of “Cookies” and other trace detection technologies, as specified in this statement and the provisions of domestic law. You may withdraw your consent to the use of “Cookies” at any time. If you do not agree with the use of “Cookies”, you should either properly configure your browser or not use our website. Disabling the use of “Cookies” may affect, however, your browsing experience while using our website.

If you use a mobile device to connect to the internet, you should also check the content of the privacy statement accompanying this application in order to understand the specific data collection methods associated with its use.

What are “Cookies”?
“Cookies” are small text files placed on your computer by websites you visit. They are widely used for the effective operation of websites as well as to provide information to the owners of a website. For details on the types of information collected by “Cookies” and how we use this information, see below.

How and why we use “Cookies”?
We use “Cookies” to improve the use and functionality of our website and to better understand how visitors use our website and the tools or the services, if any, offered on it. “Cookies” help us tailor our website to your personal needs and offer a user-friendly experience.

What are the types of “Cookies” used on our website?
On our website we may use some of the following types of “Cookies”:

  1. Session “Cookies”
    Session “Cookies” are temporary “Cookie” files that are deleted when you turn off your browser. When you restart your browser and re-visit the website that created the “Cookie”, the website will treat you as a new visitor.

  2. Persistent “Cookies”
    Persistent “Cookies” remain in the browser that you use until you delete them or until they are manually deleted from your browser according to the duration that is defined by the “Cookie”. These “Cookies” will recognize you as a visitor who has revisited the website.

  3. Necessary “Cookies”
    Necessary “Cookies” are absolutely necessary for the operation of a website. They allow you to browse the website and use its functions.

  4. “Cookies” that send information to us
    These are “Cookies” which we use on our website and which can only be read from that website. These are known as “First Party Cookies” (“Our Own Cookies”).
    We may also place “Cookies” in our ads found on websites owned by third parties (eg. Facebook). We collect information through these “Cookies” when you click or interact with the ad. In this case we use a Third Party “Cookie”. Our website may use the information collected through these “Cookies” to provide you with ads that are relevant to your interests according to your past online behavior.

  5. “Cookies” that send information to other companies
    These are “Cookies” which companies working with us use on our website (eg. Facebook or advertising agencies). They can use the data collected through these “Cookies” to provide anonymous targeted advertising to you on other websites, using your visit to our website as a starting point. For example, if you use a social networking widget (such as a Facebook icon) on our website, the “Cookie” will record the “share” or “I like” action. Facebook (as the company that operates the “Cookie”) will collect the data.

“Cookies” that are used on this website

Used “Cookie”/Type and category Purpose Does this “Cookie” collect my personal information? Details

Technical necessary “Cookies”

Category:
Necessary “Cookies”

Necessary “Cookies” are absolutely necessary for the operation of a website. They allow you to browse the website and use the functions it provides. No, they don’t identify you as a person. All data is collected and stored anonymously. “Cookies” that are used by the website are related to the optimized use of the webpage.

Performance “Cookies”

Type:
Analytics

Category:
Permanent
Session
Third Party “Cookies”

It helps us to understand how visitors interact with our website, providing information about what they visited, time spent and any problems encountered, such as error messages. This helps us to improve our website. No, they don’t identify you as a person. All data is collected and stored anonymously. Google Analytics

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Manage your “Cookies”/Preferences
You should make sure that your computer settings coincide with your preference to accept or not the use of “Cookies”. You can set your browser so that it warns you before you accept “Cookies” or you can simply select to completely reject them. It is necessary to accept the use of “Cookies” to browse through many parts of our website, however you may not have access to all the functions of our website if you do not accept them. Read your browser’s (eg. Internet Explorer, Firefox) “Help” section for information on how you can set the above settings. Remember that if you use different computers in different locations you will need to ensure that the settings of each browser are adjusted so as to suit your preferences related to the use of “Cookies”.

Additionally, where possible, you can choose to use or not “Cookies” on your computer by visiting the following websites and choosing the “Cookies” you would like to opt out from: http://www.aboutads.info/choices/#completed or http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/.

Legal Notice Revision
We reserve the right to make any changes and corrections to this statement. We invite you to refer to this page regularly to check the current as well as the new and additional information.

The last revision of this statement took place on 26/04/2016.