Aura Light Cookies guidelines
Valid from 1 May 2018.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your end devices (computer or mobile device) when you visit certain websites. These files (methods) are called “cookies”.
Why are cookies used?
There are a number of reasons why cookies are used. Firstly, cookies may be required for the website to work properly. For example, without cookies, a website cannot know that you have logged in or which products you have put in your shopping basket. These are known as “strictly necessary cookies”.
Secondly, cookies can also be used to analyse how the website is being used, know how many visitors it has, and learn how the website could be improved. We do not link the statistics on website usage and other reports to any individuals. These types of cookies are called “performance cookies”.
Thirdly, “targeted or advertising cookies” enable social networks to be integrated into the website. This means that you can immediately ‘Like’ a page or product, or share it on your preferred social network.
How can I adjust my cookie settings?
You have the option to adjust your cookie settings for any website. By clicking on “Cookies”, you can choose what types of cookies you wish to enable on websites. You can change your settings at any time. Please note that changing your cookie settings will not delete any cookies that have already been collected. To delete them, you can go to your internet browser settings as described below. If you visit a website that is aimed at customers outside the EU, you can make changes regarding cookies and data protection in your internet browser settings.
How can I manage or disable cookies?
Please note that Aura Light does not use any technical solutions that enable it to respond to a “Do Not Track” request from your browser. However, you can manage your cookie settings at any time using your browser settings. If you disable all cookies in the browser settings, this can mean that sections or functions of the Aura Light website do not work. The following list provides information about how to disable or manage your cookie settings according to the particular browser you are using:
Google Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-GB/windows-vista/Block-or-allow-cookies