Cookie Policy

Online Tracking and Advertising

We, along with other service providers who operate on behalf of Stampix, gather information about your activities on our website and applications with tracking technologies like cookies, flash cookies and web beacons. These data can be used for purposes that are described in our Privacy Policy, including in particular:

  • To offer useful opportunities to simplify your experience when you return to our sites and applications: for example to remember your shipping information with your future deliveries in mind or to retain if you are logged in to our sites so you don’t have to log in every time you visit.
  • To deliver relevant content based on your preferences, usage patterns and location.
  • To monitor and evaluate the use and operation of our websites and applications.
  • To analyse traffic on our websites and on third party websites.

On our websites you can subscribe to our newsletter or an email subscription service which uses cookies to remember if you are still subscribed and to indicate whether or not we should display certain notifications to you which are only valid for subscribed/unsubscribed users.
When you fill in your data via a similar page, cookies can be created to remember your data for future correspondence.

Via our websites we can conduct surveys to provide you with interesting insights or tools or to get us a better understanding of our users. These surveys can include cookies to remember who filled in the survey or to provide you with the correct results.

Online Tracking Technologies

Examples of online tracking technologies:

  • Cookies: Cookies are little information packages that puts websites on the hard drive of your computer when you visit the website. Cookies can include information transmission from us to you and from you directly to us, to other parties who act on our behalf or to other parties if that conforms to their privacy policy. We can use cookies to merge the information we collect about you. You can choose to be warned each time a cookie is sent to your computer or you can decide to turn off the use of all the cookies. You can turn off cookies in your browser’s settings. Each browser is different, so take a look at the help menu of your browser in order to find out the right way to turn of your cookies. If you deactivate cookies, you will no longer have access to several possibilities which improve the efficiency of your experience as our guest. Some of the services might even not operate correctly anymore.
  • Flash cookies: We can use local shared objects, also called Flash cookies, to save your preferences or to represent the content based on your page visits. We do this with the aim of giving your visit a personal touch. Our advertisers and third party providers can use Flash cookies to collect and save information. Flash cookies differ from browser cookies in quantity, type and the way in which data is saved. The support programmes which manage cookies in your browser do not remove any Flash cookies. For more information about managing your privacy and storage settings concerning Flash cookies you can click here. If your Flash cookies are deactivated you will no longer have access to several possibilities which improve the efficiency of your experience as our guest. Some of the services might even not operate correctly anymore.
  • Web beacons: Web beacons are little data packages that can be inserted in images on pages from websites. Web beacons can send information directly to us, to other parties who act on our behalf or to other parties if that conforms to their privacy policy. We can use web beacons to merge the information we collect about you.

Third party Cookies

In some cases we use cookies delivered by trusted third parties. The following is a detailed explanation regarding which third party cookies are used when you visit our website.

Our website uses Google Analytics, this is one of the most trustworthy analytical solutions that is helping us to understand how you use our website and how we can improve it. That tool sets cookies which can track users for example as long as they stay on the website. The cookies also remember which pages are visited. Hence, we can keep producing interesting content. For more information regarding the Google Analytics cookies, take a look at the official Google Analytics page.

We are testing new features and are making subtle changes to our website. When we test these new features or implement changes we can use cookies to guarantee you an optimal experience on our website while we research which adjustments our users appreciate the most.

Besides that we also use social media buttons and/or plugins on our website which make it possible for us to connect with your social media networks. To make sure that these buttons and/or plugins work correctly, we use cookies on our website. Those cookies make sure that your social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, can improve or contribute to the data which is saved in accordance with their privacy policies.

DO NOT TRACK

Do Not Track (DNT) is a web browser setting which is still in development. Since DNT setting is not yet fully finished, we abide by the standards explained in this privacy policy. If you want to know more about Do Not Track, click here.

You can prevent cookies by changing the settings in your browser. Be aware that turning cookies off can affect the functionality of this and many other sites. Disabling cookies mostly results in deactivating certain features and functions of the website. Therefore, it is recommended to not deactivate cookies.

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