Devapo wants to inform you as openly and fully as possible about the cookies that are used. Cookies are used by us to improve your user experience on our website and to tailor advertisements and other content to your preferences and interests.
2. What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored by your browser during your visit to a website (Internet explorer, Chrome, Safari, Mozzile Firefox, etc.). Information is stored in this text file. At a later visit to the website, this information can be recognized by the website.
Some cookies are necessary for the functionality of the website, but there are also cookies that are simply useful to the user. An example of this is that the website remembers in which language you visited the website, so that you no longer have to select or change it next time. Most cookies keep track of which pages you have visited and in which order.
As long as you as a user do not enter any personal data on the website you visit, the cookie cannot contain this information either. Cookies are also not dangerous in principle, they are not programs and cannot be used for spreading viruses, for example.
3. Type of cookies
You will undoubtedly already have experience with companies placing cookies on your computer, tablet or telephone. Devapo uses the following types of cookies:
1. Functional cookies: cookies that are necessary to shop online.
2. Analytical cookies: cookies that help us find out what can be improved on the website or in newsletters.
4. Cookies used by Devapo
Devapo currently uses the following cookies:
4.1 Functional cookies
1. Devapo: cookies that are necessary to shop online.
2. Cloudflare: Cloudflare uses a technique whereby cookies are created to keep the Devapo website fast.
4.2 Analytical cookies
1. Google Analytics: a tracking service that helps us figure out what can be improved on our website.
2. Criteo: tracking cookies that collect information about how the user navigates through the website. This information is used to improve the Devapo website.
3. Clickcease: tracking cookies that collect information concern how often a user clicks on a wrong link or to prevent “click fraud”.
4.3 Tracking cookies
1. Google analytics: a tracking service that helps us figure out what can be improved on our website.
2. Facebook: cookies that collect information about how a user uses the website. This information is used to show the most relevant advertisement for a specific user on third party sites (Facebook). Facebook uses session and persistent cookies for its advertising products.
3. Doubleclick: tracking cookies that collect information about how a user uses the website. This information is used to show the most relevant advertisement for a specific user on third party sites (Google) based on your recent searches. Google Adwords uses session and persistent cookies for its advertising products.
4. Rubicon project: tracking cookies that collect information to keep advertisements as relevant and interesting as possible for the customer.
5. 360yield: tracking cookies for measuring clicks and orders / conversions to optimize advertising campaigns.
6. Pubmatic: tracking cookies that collect information to keep advertisements as relevant and interesting as possible for the customer.
5. What happens if I turn off the placement of cookies?
If you choose to disable all cookies, you will not be able to place an order on the website. However, you will still be able to browse the website. Disabling flash cookies may prevent you from viewing part of the flash banners or videos.