What is a cookie? It is a text file that the website you are visiting requests to be saved on your computer or mobile device. Cookie makes it possible to identify you as a visitor to a website. The information stored in the cookie can be used to track your browsing on websites that use the same type of cookies.
There are many different cookies. MWH uses session cookies, long-term cookies and third-party cookies.
This cookie saves a text file for a long time on your computer or mobile device. This cookie has a specific expiration date and can be used for functions that, for example, tell you what is new on the current website since your last visit. Once the expiration date has passed, this cookie will be deleted from your device when you revisit the website that placed the cookie.
A so-called session cookie and is only stored temporarily in your device during the time you visit a website. This type of cookie is used, for example, to keep track of the language you have chosen for the website and it disappears immediately when you close your browser.
THIRD PARTY COOKIE
Third party cookies are placed on the website by third parties e.g. social networks. They are primarily used for analytics via Google Analytics. These cookies collect data and compile reports on the number of visitors, time on the page and which pages have been visited. For more information on Google's policy, click here.
Through our cookies, we also save information about, for example, which pages you visited on our e-commerce. We use Google Analytics, which is an analytics tool published by Google Inc. (1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA. "Google") Google uses the information to analyze the visitor's use of the website and to compile reports on website activity and internet usage. Google may adapt that advertising to your previous browsing experience. The information stored in the tools Google uses (such as IP addresses) is stored and transmitted to Google's servers located around the world. This means that the information can be handled on a server that is in a different country than where you live. Google may also transfer the information to third parties when required by law or when a third party processes information employed by Google. Google will not associate your IP address with any other information stored.
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