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Cookeis Policy

This Cookie Policy governs use of cookies on the websites www.quamtor.com (the website) and app.quamtor.com (the platform) (collectively “Websites”).
By visiting our Websites, and any subdomains of this Websites, you are accepting and consenting to the practices described in this Cookie Policy.
Please see our Privacy Policy for further information on the personal data we process.
Cookies are small data files that are downloaded to a user’s device when you visit a website.
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies. They help website operators to, for example, recognize a user that has visited a website previously and to analyze behavior in order to improve the user experience. Further details on the cookies used on our Website and their purposes are set out below.
Session cookies
Session cookies, also known as ‘temporary cookies’, help websites recognise users and the information provided when they navigate through a website. Session cookies only retain information about a user’s activities for as long as they are on the website. Once the web browser is closed, the cookies are deleted. These are commonly used on shopping websites or e-commerce websites.
Permanent cookies
Permanent cookies, also known as ‘persistent cookies’, remain in operation even after the web browser has closed. For example they can remember login details and passwords so web users don’t need to re-enter them every time they use a site. The law states that permanent cookies must be deleted after 12 months.
Third-party cookies
Third-party cookies are installed by third-parties with the aim of collecting certain information from web users to carry out research into, for example, behavior, demographics or spending habits. They are commonly used by advertisers who want to ensure that products and services are marketed towards the right target audience.
Flash cookies
Flash cookies, also known as ‘super cookies’, are independent from the web browser. They are designed to be permanently stored on a user’s computer. These types of cookies remain on a user’s device even after all cookies have been deleted from their web browser.
Zombie cookies
Zombie cookies are a type of flash cookie that are automatically re-created after a user has deleted them. This means they are difficult to detect or manage. They are often used in online games to prevent users from cheating, but have also been used to install malicious software onto a user’s device.
The single session cookie is a temporary cookie which remains in the cookie file of your browser until you close the browser.
The other cookies will remain in the cookie file of your browser after the closing of the browser, and will become active again when you reopen the Website. These cookies have different expiration dates. Following expiry of a cookie, a new version of that cookie will be downloaded when you next visit the Website, unless you have withdrawn your consent in the meantime.
EU Cookie Law: what started out as an EU directive was later incorporated into law by every country in the EU. In short, the cookie law says that if you’re based in the EU or target consumers in the EU you must get permission from users in order to use cookies.