This cookie notice (the “Notice”) applies to the use by AVELLUM (“AVELLUM”, “we” or “us”) of cookies and other similar web technologies on the website avellum.com (the “Website”).
What are cookies?
Cookies are text files containing small amounts of data downloaded to your device (e.g., computer or smartphone) when you visit a website. This allows improving the user experience and ensuring the proper operation of the relevant website.
There are different types of cookies we may use from time to time, including:
- strictly necessary cookies required to provide the services you request and ensure the functioning of the Website and its features;
- functionality and performance cookies allowing us to improve the user experience on the Website;
- analytics cookies providing information as to how many people visit our Website, what parts of the Website they look at, and how many new visitors we have, so we can verify if the Website works well and, if needed, improve it; and
- advertising/marketing cookies used to provide you with access to content and information that you may be interested in.
Session cookies and persistent cookies are both types of cookies. Cookies that are destroyed when you exit your internet browser are known as session cookies. Persistent cookies, such as those that track whether you are a new or returning visitor to the Website, remain in place after you leave your browser.
You can find more information about cookies by visiting allaboutcookies.org.
Cookie and other web technologies we use
We use the following cookies and other similar web technologies, whose list we may, at our sole discretion, amend from time to time:
|It is a permanent analytics cookie used by Google Analytics and expiring 2 years after last visit. We use this cookie to distinguish between the Website visitors and understand how the visitors use the Website.
|It is a session analytics cookie used by Google Analytics with the expiration period of 1 minute. We use this cookie to throttle request rate.
|It is an analytics cookie used by Google Analytics with the expiration period of 1 day. This cookie stores information on how visitors use the Website (in each case, collected anonymously), while also creating an analytics report of the Website’s performance.
|It is an advertising/marketing cookie used by Facebook with the expiration period of 3 months. This advertising cookie is set to track our marketing campaigns and share our Facebook page.
Necessary cookies will always be active on your device. For other types of cookies and web technologies we will need your consent. If you want to change your cookie settings, please do so by using the following link[OK4] . You may need to reload the page before the settings changes take effect.
If you have any questions about this Notice, please contact us at email@example.com.