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How and why are cookies used?
The purpose of cookies is to optimize the use and functionality of our websites, better understand visitor behavior on our websites and identify the tools and services they offer. Cookies help us to adapt the Tasteology – creative studio websites to your personal needs, improve the use of the websites, obtain customer satisfaction feedback and communicate with you in any other area of the internet.
What types of cookies are used?
When visiting this website, the following types of cookies are used. Session Cookies: Session cookies are temporary cookie files that are deleted when you close your browser. When you restart your browser and go back to the website that created the cookie, the website will treat you as a new visitor. Persistent Cookies: Persistent Cookies are cookie files that remain in your browser until you manually delete them or until your browser deletes them according to the duration period defined in these cookie files. This type of cookies will recognize you as a returning visitor to the website and not as a new visitor. Necessary Cookies: These are cookies that are necessarily necessary for the website to function. Without these cookies, the website will not function properly. Primary Cookies: They are the type of cookies that are configured for the website, being the only one that can read them. Also known as a “First Party” cookie. We also place cookies on Nestlé advertisements that are served on websites belonging to third parties (eg Facebook). We obtain information through these cookies when you click on the ad or interact with it. In this situation, Tasteology – creative studio is setting a “Third Party Cookie”. We may use the information collected through these cookies to provide you with advertisements that are relevant to you and of your interest taking into account your last online behavior in terms of browsing. Cookies that send information to other companies: These are cookies set on a Tasteology – creative studio website by a partner company (eg Facebook or advertisers). These companies may use the data collected from these cookies to anonymously direct advertising to you on another website, taking into account your visit to this website. For example, if you use a tool from a social network (ex: “Like” or “Share” from Facebook) on this website, this cookie will record the use of that tool and Facebook (in this example) may collect this information.
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