Last updated: April 19, 2021
1. WHAT IS A COOKIE?
Cookies are small text files placed on a user’s terminal (computer, tablet, mobile) through a navigation browser when visiting online services. Cookies are widely used by websites. They improve the browsing experience, and supply audience information to the owners of these websites.
2. HOW TO CHANGE COOKIE SETTINGS?
By using the tool below, you can access the complete list of cookies used on the Website. By using the tool made available to you when you first log on the Website, then at any moment by using the tool below, you can access the complete list of cookies used on the Website and choose to accept or refuse their use, except for the necessary cookies.
Necessary cookies enable core functionalities such as security, network management, and accessibility. You may disable these by changing your browser settings as described below. In this case, you will still be able to navigate on the Website, but some of the Website functions will be affected.
HTL uses the following necessary cookies
|WordPress Session Cookie||WordPress (USA)||These are ‘strictly necessary’ cookies as WordPress will not be able to function without it.It tracks the session or the amount of time the user views the website.||183 days||Functional|
|wordpress_test_cookie||WordPress (USA)||Check if the cookies are enabled on the browser to provide appropriate user experience to the users.||183 days||Functional|
|wp-settings-*||WordPress (USA)||Cookie is placed by WordPress to store user preferences.||183 days||Functional|
We use analytics cookies to help us improve the Website by collecting and reporting information on how you use it. Analytics cookies allow us to gather information such as which pages on the Websites are the most popular, the Websites from which users arrive, or users’ browsing patterns on the Website. These cookies collect information in an aggregated form.
HTL uses the following analytics cookies
|Google Analytics||Google LLC (USA)||This service is mostly used for website statistics.||Per Session||Functional|
In this context, HTL acts as a joint data controller for the collection and transmission of data to the third party but only to the extent that it is technically necessary. Beyond the collection and technical transmission, HTL does not have any control over third party cookies. We are in no way responsible for the sharing, the publications, comments or any other contents and any other data processing activities of the third party website.
We therefore recommend you review the privacy policies as well as the terms and conditions of these third party websites before accepting third party. Third party cookies are indicated as such in the complete list of cookies used the Website above.
4. HOW TO BLOCK COOKIES?
In addition, most browsers are set by default to accept cookies. However, if a user wishes to receive a notification when the browser receives a cookie request, refuse all cookies or accept only certain cookies, most browsers allow some control of cookies through browser settings. Please note that if all cookies are disabled through browser settings, certain aspects of the Website may be difficult to use or not work properly and access to certain information might be restricted. You may also be required to enter user information more than once or manually adjust your settings each time you visit the Website.
To change your cookies setting on your browser, please click on the relevant link below: