STATEMENT ON COOKIES
Your privacy is important to us, and this Cookie Statement aims to inform you about what types of cookies and other technologies INCOIN uses on this website and the reasons and conditions for using such cookies.
What are cookies?
Cookies are commonly used on websites. By cookies, the website operators may develop the functions of their website and the user experience thereof, although cookies may also facilitate the support of advertising activities and processes.
To understand better what cookies are and how they work, visit HTTP Cookie on Wikipedia.
First- and Third-party cookies
Our website uses various first-party cookies and third-party cookies. The difference between these two types relates to who is able to read the information that the cookies contain.
- First party cookies are set by the website you’re visiting; the information and containments are only available and readable to us.
- Third party cookies are created by parties other than us; these cookies are deemed to be nonessential cookies. Although we allow third parties to access the website and send cookies to your device, we do not control the information stored by these cookies and do not have access to such data. This information is entirely controlled by the actual third party.
Types of cookies
The purposes are different of the cookies that our website uses; the types of cookies that we use:
1. Essential cookies
These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the site. It is not possible to turn them off. They help us run the website by enabling basic functions such as site navigation and setting privacy preferences. The website may only function properly with these technical cookies. Furthermore, these cookies allow us to count visits and traffic sources to measure whereby improving our website performance. Cookies also help us to know which pages are the most and least popular and how visitors move around the site. These methods cannot be used to trace your identity.
2. Functional cookies
These cookies help us to personalize your experience by providing advanced features and customizations (e.g., language). Without these cookies, some or all of the services on the website may not function properly. These cookies may be set by ourselves or third parties whose services are integrated into the pages of our website.
3. Analytical cookies
Analytical and statistical cookies collect information about website visitors and their browsing activities. By these cookies, we may identify users who visit our site, thereby seeing which pages are visited most often, whether users receive error messages, and how users arrive at our site. These cookies are used to measure and improve the performance of our website, and some of these are sent by third parties who provide web traffic and analytics services to us.
4. Advertising cookies
Advertising cookies help us in remarketing activities (i.e., engaging audiences who have already interacted with the website) by tracking the user's web browsing history and creating profiles about the user's preferences, habits, choices, etc. These cookies may also display relevant content and advertisements on other websites if they belong to a third party.
We inform you that unless a cookie is not marked as essential, your consent is required to use such cookies. We inform you that our website may use, with your consent, technologies that allow "cross-device" tracking, i.e., the possibility of analyzing your activities on your devices. You allow "cross-device tracking," i.e. (allow the analysis of a user's activities on different devices) if you give your consent to use advertising and profiling cookies. We inform you that our website may use Google Consent Mode to get an analytical picture of visitors' browsing activity and help improve the performance of analytical cookies; this method is strictly necessary to maintain the website. These collected data are anonym and aggregated, so visitors shall not be identified, and anonymous aggregated databases shall not be attempted by reversing. Aggregated anonym data is sent to Google; related to the data processing activity of Google, please visit the following site.
Duration of cookies
The cookies can be qualified by their duration time.
This website may send temporary and permanent cookies to your device as well. Regarding the temporary cookies, we inform you of the duration of such cookies. Temporary cookies usually last until you close your internet browser. When you end your browser session, such cookies expire. Permanent cookies have a set expiry date, and they remain on your device until so far, the website can read these persistent cookies from your device, whereby access to our website becomes more accessible and faster.
IP addresses (Internet Protocol addresses) are unique numerical labels used between computers for communication to identify each other. Each computer connected to the Internet has an IP address. IP addresses serve two main functions: network interface identification and location addressing. We inform you that particular cookies may collect masked data about your IP address, however, we cannot identify any user based on these data. An IP address is deemed as personal data. Visit this article on Wikipedia to understand better IP addresses.
Data transfer regarding cookies
Data only may be transferred outside the European Economic Area if necessary for the website’s operation. In these cases, the recipients shall be subject to the provisions of Chapter V of the GDPR.
Control cookies through your browser
We inform you that most browsers allow you to manage your cookie settings. For more information, visit your browser website; you can find the links to the most popular browsers below:
We inform you that disabling a cookie or a category thereof does not result in the deletion of cookies previously recorded unless the deletion is done manually.
You have the right to access, rectify, erase, or restrict the processing of personal data concerning you, provided that your action does not conflict with the limits on the exercise of these rights set by law.
You may object to the processing of your personal data at any time. Contact details for matters relating to data processing: email@example.com
You have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority or seek remedies in court.
Please find below the information about your current cookie settings. By the following link, you are entitled to manage your actual consent all the time.You can modify your cookie settings here