What are cookies?
When you visit a website, the server saves some kind of text file on the browser of your computer or mobile device. This is a "cookie". It contains a unique code which enables the server to recognise your browser when you visit a website (a 'session' cookie) or on subsequent, repeated visits (a 'permanent' cookie). Cookies can be placed by the server of the website you are visiting or by partners of this website.
A website's server can only read the cookies it has placed itself, it has no access to any other information found on your computer or mobile device. Cookies are stored on your computer or mobile device in the folder of your browser.
In general, cookies make surfing faster, they also help you navigate between the different parts of a website. Cookies can also make the content of a website or advertisement more relevant for the visitor and adapt it to his personal taste and needs.
1. Functional Cookies
You need these cookies to visit our websites and navigate to certain pages, it's as simple as that. For example, they help you navigate between pages or fill in forms. These cookies are also necessary to log into Infino's websites with your personal account. If you refuse these cookies, some parts of the website will not work, or not at their best.
These cookies facilitate the functioning of our websites and ensure that you can surf in a more personalised manner: they keep track of your preferences (e.g. language, region), remember whether or not you have already taken part in a survey, etc. so that you are not asked the same question twice. In short, these cookies make surfing a lot more pleasant.
2. Analytical cookies
These cookies collect general information about the use that visitors make of our websites. We use this information to improve the content of our websites, to adapt them to the wishes of our visitors and to make them more user-friendly. Examples are cookies that count the number of unique visitors and cookies that keep track of which pages are the most popular. These statistics can never be traced back to a person.
3. Marketing cookies
These are cookies that track your surfing behaviour on our website. This enables us and advertisers to show personalised online ads and tailor-made content based on your surfing behaviour. We ask you for your explicit permission to place these cookies.
When you visit our website for the first time, we will inform you about the different types of cookies and you can decide for yourself which ones you accept by ticking them. Your preferences will then be saved. If necessary, you can also change them at a later date.
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You can delete installed cookies from your PC or mobile device at any time.