A NATION BY US
WHAT ARE COOKIES?
Cookies enable us to let you visit our site without having to repeatedly receive or input the information. Cookies allow us to see how the website is used and where we can improve it. The cookie statement explains which cookies A NATION BY US uses to enable its online services.
TYPES OF COOKIES
A NATION BY US uses the following types of cookies:
- Necessary cookies and cookies for requested services
Some cookies are essential for the proper functioning of our website. For example, we can remember your shopping cart and its contents in the webshop so you do not have to fill it over and over again.
- Optimization cookies
We use these cookies, for example, to collect information. With this information we can see which pages are visited the most, which pages are effective and which pages give error messages.
- Relevance cookies
- Social media and external cookies
When you are logged into your social media websites (Facebook, Google, etc.) and you have given permission on the A NATION BY US website for this category of cookies, you can make use of additional functionalities. Think for example of the easy sharing of information via Facebook Like, Google+, Twitter, etc. For the cookies that the social media parties place and the possible data they collect, we refer to the statements that these parties provide on their own websites.
- Third-party cookies
Finally: Advertisers on the A NATION BY US site or on behalf of A NATION BY US use, with your permission, your own cookie(s) to display advertisements relevant to you.
PREVENTING OR DELETING COOKIES
Using your browser settings, you can indicate that you no longer want cookies to be placed on your hardware. If this is done, it may affect the options and the functioning of the website.
Most cookies have an expiration date, which means they expire automatically after a certain period and no longer record any data. However, you can also choose to manually delete cookies before the expiry date via your own browser. Please consult the manual of your browser. Cookies that keep track of passwords, login names and other preferences can also be turned on or off via the browser settings.
Ofcourse it is also possible to block cookies or not to give permission. Most Internet browsers can be set to reject cookies. The way you can do this depends on the browser you are using.
Questions and/or comments about this cookie statement can be made known by email via email@example.com. The aim is to respond within four weeks of receiving a question and/or comment.