Definition - What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files sent by Intellyo (or any other online provider) to your computer or mobile device, which are unique to the account or browser. Session-based cookies last only while your browser is open, and are automatically deleted once the browser is closed. Persistent cookies, on the other hand, last until you or your browser deletes them or until they expire.
Visitors (Non-registered Users)
If you are a Visitor to Intellyo’s Websites, no Personal Data is collected from you, as you do not provide your identity on the website. As long as no registration takes place, the cookies recognise solely the device-browser combination (indirect Personal Data). In this case, Intellyo uses the data collected via cookies for the following purposes:
Once a registration to Intellyo’s Service takes place, cookies are used to recognise returning users to Intellyo’s Websites and Service, using the IP address of the user. The application of cookies include the following:
Additionally, Intellyo’s Websites use the “Custom Audiences” function of Facebook (Facebook Inc.). The usage of the remarketing tags of Facebook allows interest-based advertising to be placed on Facebook for the users who have visited Intellyo’s Website before. You can de-activate the “Custom Audiences” function on the Ad Preferences page in your Facebook profile (you have to be logged in). More details can be found in Facebook’s Data Policy.
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