Cookies are files that are sent from Web servers to Web browsers and stored in Web browsers.
The information is then sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server. This allows the Web server to detect and track web browsers.
There are two main types of cookies: Session and persistent cookies:
Session cookies are removed from your computer as soon as you close your browser.
Persistent cookies are stored on your computer until they are deleted or reached their expiration date.
To collect data about the user through the Google Analytics tools
To enable content sharing via Facebook
To view recommendations for users who have already visited the site
We also use AdWords to track conversions and targeting. These cookies come from third parties and have a lifetime of between 90 days and two years.
They determine which domain to measure
They distinguish unique users
They store the number and time of previous visits
They store information about traffic sources
They determine the beginning and end of a session
They store the values of custom variables at the customer level.
Most browsers allow you to refuse to accept cookies.
In Internet Explorer, you can refuse all cookies by clicking on “Tools”, “Internet Options”, “Privacy” and selecting
“Block All Cookies” using the slider.
In Firefox, you can adjust the cookie settings by clicking on “Tools”, “Options” and “privacy”.
In Safari, you can adjust your cookie settings by clicking on “Settings” and “privacy”.
In Chrome, you can adjust your cookie settings by clicking on ‘ Settings ‘ and ‘ privacy ‘.
Blocking cookies will adversely affect the usability of some websites.
PROCESSING OF THIRD PARTIES AND TRANSFER OF PERSONAL DATA
Dchange may disclose your personal data to authorities that require Dchange to disclose such personal data.
Dchange may also share your personal data in order to allow a merger, acquisition or sale of all, or parts of, Dchange assets.
Dchange and Dchanges Partners, as a general rule, process your personal data only within the EU and the EES. Should personal data be processed outside the EU and the EES, Dchange will take steps to ensure that the personal data remain protected and also take the necessary measures to legally transfer personal data to countries outside the EU and EES.
As part of our marketing, we analyse data, including personal data, about your purchases and activity on our pages, on social networks and on our site. For example, we will process your personal data to enable Google Analytics to personalize the advertisements and offers that you see based on your previous browsing information and to develop our products and services. This allows us to more specifically adapt the content of our site to suit your specific needs and improve our offer to you. The process is anonymized and it cannot be used to identify you (for information about the cookies we use, see the following link, cookies).] Furthermore, we may use your personal data to evaluate your use of our site and for services related to website activities and Internet use. For example, data that we analyse may be your IP address, purchase history, payment method and account balance if you have credit with us and other information that you have provided to us as a customer. For information about how Google INC. Uses data see the following link: https://www.google.com/intl/sv/policies/privacy/partners/.