A cookie is a small file placed onto your device that enables website functions and targeted advertising. Cookies are very commonly used on modern websites, and their aim is to improve user experience by gathering data on how the websites are performing.
We categorize cookies used on Oriola’s online services into four categories:
Performance & Analytics: these cookies help us analyze how well our online services are performing. We use this information to improve your experience on our websites.
Content personalisation: these cookies help us to personalise the content we provide to you, based on your use of our website and other services.
Yes. We mainly use third party cookies for advertising and analytics.
Below is a list of the cookie types we use across our online services:
- Automatically enabled functional cookies
- Website performance cookies
- Content personalisation cookies
- Advertising cookies
Except for the automatically-enabled functional cookies, we do not place cookies on your device without your consent. You can enable and disable the use of cookie categories (except automatically enabled functional cookies) in Cookie preferences that can be accessed through the cookie information banner shown on our websites or through the cookie preferences link or view in our online services.
Automatically enabled functional cookies
These cookies are necessary for our online services to function, and they cannot be switched off in the Cookie preferences. They are required for an effective and secure connection to online services and are usually set in response to actions taken by you to request services such as logging in, using the live chat service or filling in web forms.
Some of these cookies are persistent i.e. they are not automatically deleted after the browsing session. You can set your browser to block or alert you about these cookies but blocking them will cause some parts of the website not to work.
Necessary cookies help make a website usable by enabling basic functions like page navigation and access to secure areas of the website. The website cannot function properly without these cookies.
- Oriola session cookies, such as your login details to a service
Website performance cookies
Website performance cookies are used only with your consent. These cookies help us to measure traffic, to identify returning customers, and to understand how our customers use our websites. We use this information to improve the usability and digital experience of our online services.
These cookies are persistent. If you don’t allow these cookies, all performance measurement functionalities remain disabled.
Performance cookies help website owners to understand how visitors interact with websites by collecting and reporting information anonymously.
- Google Analytics
Content personalisation cookies
Content personalisation cookies are used only with your consent. These cookies help us to personalise the content we provide to you, based on your use of our website and other services. They enable enhanced functionalities and personalisation, such as tailored content. They may be set by Oriola or by third-party providers.
These cookies are persistent. If you don’t allow these cookies, content personalisation functionalities remain disabled.
Preference and personalisation cookies enable a website to remember information that changes the way the website behaves or looks, like your preferred language or the region that you are in.
- Your language setting
Advertising cookies are used only with your consent and are used to help us to place targeted content on other companies’ websites and services. These cookies are set through our site by our carefully selected advertising partners. Such third-party cookies may be used by those companies to understand users’ interests with the objective to display relevant ads on other sites. Third-party cookies may also be used by social sharing tools and in embedded third-party content in our services.
These cookies are persistent. If you don’t allow these cookies, advertising functionalities remain disabled.
Marketing & advertising cookies are used to track visitors across websites. The intention is to display ads that are relevant and engaging for the individual user and thereby more valuable for publishers and third-party advertisers.
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