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What are cookies?
A cookie is a file generated by a given website that is designed to store small text and data. NeoDice uses several types of cookies when you access our website along with other third parties. Our cookies can be used to connect data you provide when accessing the website.
Cookies set by the website you are browsing are first-party cookies. They usually only trace your activity on that particular website. Cookies set by other websites are called third-party cookies. They can be used to trace your activity on other websites, which use the same third-party service.
Types of cookies and their use
Cookies can be both an essential or a non-essential part of your website, depending on your needs.
Essential cookies are automatically placed on your computer or device when you access a website or take certain actions on it. These cookies are used only to transmit the data online and are strictly necessary to make a website operational. They enable core features like user logins, account management, shopping carts and payment processing.
Performance cookies are used specifically for collecting data on how visitors use the website, which pages of a website they visit most often, or if they get any errors on the web pages. These cookies monitor only the performance of the website during user's each action. Performance cookies don’t collect identifiable information on users, that is, all the data is collected absolutely anonymously and is used to improve the functionality of the website. You should be informed that we use performance cookies on our website.
Functionality cookies are not essential, but they improve your use of our website. They are used for gathering information about your device and any settings you may configure on the website you’re browsing (e.g. time zone, language). Thanks to this information, our website can provide you with optimized content and services. Also, functionality cookies store information regarding user consent on loading specific features. Such consent is requested on the first time the user loads a web page which uses a relevant feature. These cookies may be set by our website or by third-party service. We use functionality cookies for selected features on our website.
We use advertising cookies to determine, which promotional content is more relevant to our users. We may use such cookies to deliver targeted ads as well as to limit the number of times our users see such ads. This helps us enhance the effectiveness of the quality of content presented to our users. Advertising cookies may be set by the website you’re browsing or by third-party services. When advertising cookies are set by third-parties, they may be used to trace you on other websites, which use the same third-party service.
Third-party cookies are associated with a domain name different from that of the page where cookies are encountered.
We provide our third parties (like analytics providers and content partners) with access to selected information to perform specific tasks on our behalf. They may also set third party cookies to deliver the services they provide. Third party cookies may be used to trace you on other websites, which use the same third party services. Since we have no control over third party cookies, our cookies policy does not apply to them.
Thus, third parties cookies may come from services of Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Maps, YouTube, Facebook, Google+ etc. These cookies are generated and run by the external suppliers.
We ensure that practices of the third parties are the same as ours and we review the privacy policies of all our third party providers before engaging their services. We never knowingly enable third party services that may compromise or violate your privacy.
The way you can control cookies
If you visit websites from different devices, you may need to update your settings on each of them.
While blocking some cookies has a small effect on your experience of the Website, then blocking all the cookies may limit your access to some features and/or content across the websites you browse.
Last updated in July 2021