Insulco, 27th of January, 2020

1. What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer or your mobile device after you visited a website. Cookies mainly contain the name of the server which created the cookie, an expiration date and an individual encryption code. The server of a website can only read cookies that have been created by it and the server does not have access to any of your personal data on your computer or mobile device.

2. Purpose

The cookies of the website enable us to offer you a more pleasant stay on our website. The information collected and stored by the cookie is deleted as soon as its purpose becomes meaningless.

It is not our purpose to track or identify users of the insulco website. We only collect information regarding the way the website is used in order to make it more convenient for the end-user. Without the information obtained through this method, we would not be able to provide such a high quality of service.

Our cookies do not contain any personal data.

3. Cookie types used by insulco

The data collected by our cookies are stored and managed by insulco, and our company reserves the right to pass on this information to third parties in order to improve the stay on the website. insulco also reserves the right to use services such as Google Analytics in order to track the statistics of the company’s websites. In this case, Google will install a “third-party cookie” on your computer or mobile device.

4. User agreement

If you click on [I agree], you give your prior and explicit consent to the use of cookies on your computer. This consent can be withdrawn at any time, based on the settings in your browser. If you do not agree with our cookie policy, this will not affect your access to our websites. However, some functionalities may be limited or no longer available.

5. Cookie parameters

The majority of browsers automatically accept cookies, and you can deactivate their use in the settings. It is also possible to set the browser to send a code to the websites you visit, indicating that you do not wish to be tracked (under settings: “do not track”).