The website is operated by Paleo B.V., with registered office at Meilrijk 98, 3290 Diest, with company number BE0756.986.614 (hereinafter referred to as "Paleo").
1. WHAT ARE COOKIES?
1.1 DEFINITION OF A COOKIE
"Cookies" are small information files that are temporarily or permanently stored on your computer or device by the server of a website via the browser. The cookies contain a unique code that allows you to be recognized by your browser during your visit to that website (this is a "session" cookie) or also during subsequent visits or use (this is a "permanent" cookie).
On the other hand, cookies and similar technologies do not allow us to systematically collect personal data which may potentially identify the users of our website. Cookies help us to enhance the functionalities of our website, to serve our users’ interests better and to measure the effectiveness of our website’s content.
1.2 REJECTING AND DELETING COOKIES
You can set up your browser in such a way that (i) no cookies are stored, (ii) you can accept or reject each cookie or (iii) that all cookies are deleted when you close your browser. Useful information for managing cookies can also be found on the informative All About Cookies website (https://www.allaboutcookies.org/).
1.3 HOW LONG WILL THE COOKIES REMAIN ON MY COMPUTER?
A cookie has a certain validity period starting on the moment it is stored on a computer. After the validity period has lapsed, the cookie will be automatically deleted by your browser. For some cookies, the validity period is the duration of the browser session. Other cookies remain valid for a longer period (with a maximum of 24 months) so they can be recognized on the occasion of a subsequent visit to our website.
2. WHAT SORT OF COOKIES DO WE USE ON OUR WEBSITE?
The Paleo website uses different types of cookies:
2.1 NECESSARY & FUNCTIONAL COOKIES
These cookies are indispensable to visit the website and to use certain parts of it. These cookies allow you, for example, to navigate between the different parts of the website, or to fill in forms. These cookies are set when you submit a form, log in or communicate with the website other than by clicking on a hyperlink.
The functional cookies are the cookies that facilitate the functioning of the website and make it more pleasant and ensure that you get a more personalized browsing experience. These are, for example, the cookies that remember your language preference, as well as the cookies that keep track of whether you have already been asked to take part in a survey so that you are not presented the same survey every time.
2.2 ANALYTICAL COOKIES
These are cookies that aim to collect information about how visitors use the website, such as information regarding the pages visited or the number of error messages displayed, in order to analyze and optimize the use of the website. The analytical Cookies we use are to be divided in the following categories:
Single session Cookies. These enable the website to keep track of your movement from page to page in order to ensure that you will not be asked for the same information you have previously given during your visit to the website. The cookies allow you to proceed through the Website quickly and easily without having to authenticate or reprocess each new area you visit. We may use the cookies to analyse user behaviour, such as which pages have been visited during the session, in order to improve your overall experience, for example by determining and displaying more user-relevant content (hereinafter referred to as the “Single Session Cookies”).
Persistent Cookies. These cookies enable us to collect information such as number of visitors to the website and pages visited in order to analyse user behaviour. This information is collected in an anonymous form and will be collated with similar information received from other users to enable us to compile reports in order to develop and improve user experience, for instance by displaying more tailored and relevant content. These cookies also record how visitors use our website. This information may be used to analyse the use of our website and generate statistics and enables us to better understand our website visitors and improve the website using that knowledge (hereinafter referred to as the “Persistent Cookies”).
Paleo does not share the personal data thus collected with third parties unless it has a legal obligation to do so.
3. WHICH SPECIFIC COOKIES DO WE USE?
3.1 NECESSARY & FUNCTIONAL COOKIES
The first party necessary and functional cookies, in particular the cookies placed by Paleo itself with regard to this website, are:
being a session cookie, which is kept for the current page only after submitting a form. This cookie is therefore deleted when you come to a new page. No user data is stored here, and this cookie is only used to guarantee the functionality of the website.]
3.2 ANALYTICAL COOKIES
First party analytical cookies
[TBA – typically gat_gtag_UA_133297810_1, ga, gid, Fbp, atuvc, atuvs,… – we can provide specifics of these cookies if necessary and in so far used.]
Third party analytical cookies
[TBA – typically loc, Uvc, Xtc, Fr– we can provide specifics of these cookies if necessary and in so far used.]
The Google Analytics cookies concern in particular:
_gat, _ga, _gid: User visits on Paleo are measured anonymously via Google Universal Analytics to optimize the information offered on Paleo. Google Analytics is set up in such a way that the IP address is not processed, nor data is shared. These cookies are permanent cookies with a maximum validity of 2 years.
4. SOCIAL MEDIA AND OTHER WEBSITES
We use technologies, such as cookies, to customize content and advertising, to provide social media features, and to analyze website traffic. We also share information about your use of our website with our trusted social media, advertising and analytics partners.
If you do not want this, you can continue surfing in "incognito mode" and your user data will not be recorded.
For the sake of completeness, please be advised that if you share content from Paleo’s Website via social media, your personal data will be visible to the visitors of your personal pages on these social media websites. We are not responsible or liable for any processing of your personal data via such media.
As opposed to the relevant social media provider, we do not store or read the cookies related to social media. We have limited knowledge of and no control over these cookies. Consequently, we accept no responsibility or liability for these social medial cookies or for how the relevant social media providers use the collected information.
5. YOUR CONSENT
Paleo collects personal data through the transfer thereof by a data subject via the website. In addition, the server of the website automatically recognizes the IP address and/or the domain name of the person who visits the website.
You will block cookies by activating the browser setting that impedes the saving of cookies. By doing so, please be aware that you might not have access to (certain parts of) our website.
At any moment, you have the possibility to withdraw your consent, simply by deleting your cookies through your browser settings.
For your perfect information, we would like to point out that web browsers allow you to modify your cookie settings. These settings are usually found in the “options” or “preferences” menu of your web browser. The following web links might prove useful to fully understand these settings. The “help” function in your web browser might provide additional details if necessary.
- Cookies setup in Internet Explorer
- Cookies setup in Firefox
- Cookies setup in Chrome
- Cookies setup in Safari
Any further information can be obtained by submitting a written notification to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. ACCESS, CORRECTION AND DELETION
If you wish to access your personal data processed by Paleo or have your personal data updated, corrected or deleted, please send your request to email@example.com.
8. DISPUTES AND APPLICABLE LAW