What are Cookies?
Many websites that you view store small text files on your computer. This makes it possible to recognize your computer during your visit and during a follow-up visit. We call such files cookies.
A cookie is a small file that asks permission to be placed on your computer. Once you agree, the file is added and the cookie helps analyze online traffic or lets you know when you visit a particular site. Cookies allow web applications to personalize your visit. The web applications can adapt to your needs, wishes, and dislikes by collecting and remembering information about your preferences.
In summary, cookies help provide you with a better website by enabling us to understand which pages are of interest to you and which are not. A cookie gives us absolutely no access to your computer, or personal information, apart from the data you yourself provide to us through forms. You can choose to allow or cancel cookies. Most modern browsers automatically allow cookies, but you can change these settings, see later in this statement. However, disabling cookies will prevent you from using this site properly.
What do cookies do?
There are 3 types of cookies.
1. Necessary cookies
Certain cookies are necessary to retain settings or preferences during a visit to the website or until a subsequent visit. Suppose you do not want cookies from a certain website. That website can 'remember' this by placing a cookie. Without cookies you will be harassed with the same questions every time.
2. Cookies for website usage research
There are cookies that tell the website which pages you view, in what order, and for how long. This allows web statistics to be made, which can help to better tailor the website to the visitors. Comparable are cookies for conducting online surveys, for example.
3. Cookies from third party websites
Third-party websites place cookies in certain parts of the website. These are handy extras: such as a Google map with interactive directions, a Facebook like button, or the option to tweet something. Through these cookies, the website you are viewing "knows" whether you are logged in to Google, Facebook or Twitter.
Do you object to cookies?
If you view a EuroBullySupply page, you accept cookies. This means cookies of type 2 and 3 from 'What do cookies do?' above. Do you want to exclude cookies completely? You can do this via the settings of your browser (internet program).
Links to other websites
Our website may contain links to other interesting sites. If you click on such a link, you should understand that we no longer have control over what that website does with your information. Those sites therefore also fall outside this cookie statement. So pay attention to the privacy statement of the website you visit.
Control over your personal information
You can restrict the use of personal information in the following ways:
If you fill in a form on this website, please note the box that you can tick to limit use for direct marketing purposes.
If you have previously agreed to use for direct marketing, you can always change your mind by emailing.
We will never provide your personal information to third parties unless required to do so by law. We may use your email address to send you promotional material that we think may be of interest to you, but only if you give us permission to do so.
You may request the data held about you as set out in the Data Protection Act 1998. If you wish, please contact us.
If you believe that our information about you is incorrect or incomplete, please contact us.