1. WHAT IS A COOKIE?
A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that we put on on your navigation terminal (computer, tablet or mobile) if you agree while you visit a site or look at an advertisement. The purpose of cookies is to distinguish you from other users, to collect information relating to your navigation on sites and to enable you to access customized services.
When you first visit the site www.cuisinart.co.uk (“the Site”), a cookies banner will appear on the welcome page. A clickable link makes it possible to learn more about the purpose of cookies and how cookies work. When you continue to navigate on another page on the Site or select a site element (specifically: image, text, link, etc.) you accept the placement of the referenced cookies on your computer.
If you prefer not to receive cookies on our Site, you can configure your browser so that a message is sent to you whenever a cookies arrives and so you’ll be immediately able to reject it. You can also reject all cookies by deactivating them in your browser. Additional information on setting your browser see below “How to accept or reject cookies”.
2. WHAT ARE THE TYPE OF COOKIES THAT WE MIGHT PLACE ON YOUR TERMINAL?
THE CONAIR GROUP LIMITED (“TCGL”) COOKIES
When you browse on our Site, it may cause us to place different types of cookies on your terminal. They have different purposes described below and are subject to your choice (see below “How to Accept or Reject Cookies “).
|Types of cookies||Operation|
|Cookies strictly necessary to operate the Site.||These cookies are required to browse on our Site. They allow you to use its main functionalities.|
|Functionalities Cookies||These cookies are not required to browse on our Site, but they make it possible to optimize its functioning and to give you access to specific functionalities (example: size of the text).|
|Tracer Cookies||These cookies collect data from tracers (tracking technologies). Jointly with connection and/or browsing data, we can implement technical ways that make it possible to follow your behavious online during your browsing|
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
Cookies may be placed by third party companies (for example, advertising agencies or partners) on our Site. They have different purposes described below and are subject to your choice (see below “How to Accept or Reject Cookies “).
|Types of cookies||Functioning/Service Provider|
|Audience measurement cookies (analytics)||These are cookies that allow us to determine the use and performance of our Site, to establish statistics, volume of visits and to use the various elements that form our site (sections and contents visited, browser paths), allowing us to improve the interest and ergonomics of our services (for example, the pages most visited, the most frequent searches, etc.)
To perform these studies, TCGL uses Google Analytics solution.
|Advertising Cookies||Third party companies are brought in to place cookies on your terminal in order to identify your centers of interest through the content that you consult on our site, and to customize the advertising offered which is directed to you outside of our site. These cookies may be placed when you browse on our site or when you click on any of our advertising on a third party site.
TCGL uses tags offered by Google and by our Full Performance partner. Tags can be used to distribute customized content on Google, Facebook and third party sites in banners.
According to the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 of April 27, 2016 (“GDPR”), we ensure that third party companies process the information collected on our site exclusively for our purposes and in accordance with our instructions, and that they implement appropriate measures to secure and protect personal data confidentiality.
3. HOW WE ACCEPT OR REJECT COOKIES
SETTING YOUR BROWSER
You can choose at any time to deactivate cookies by setting your Internet browser. Your browser also can be set to indicate to you the cookies placed on your terminal and to ask you whether or not to accept them. You can accept or reject cookies on a case-by-case basis or systematically refuse all cookies at one time.
In order to manage cookies to meet your expectations as closely as possible, we suggest you to set your browser by considering the purpose of cookies as mentioned above.
The configuration of each browser is different. It is described in the help menu in your browser which will allow you to find out how to change your cookies preferences.
To find out your browser settings with respect to cookies management, you can go to one of the following pages:
If your browser (or your browser version) does not appear on this list, you can go directly to the editor’s site for more detailed information.
You can reject third party cookies or manage their use and operation by going directly to the sites of these third parties or by adjusting your browser settings.
4. COOKIE RETENTION PERIOD
The cookies that can be placed on your terminal are kept for a maximum of 13 months.
Upon expiration of this retention period, all of the cookies are erased. Your consent will be requested again at the end of this period by posting the information banner.
To obtain more information about cookies, you can consult the Internet site of the ICO (Information Commissionaire’s Office): https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/online/cookies/
For any question or reaction concerning the site, please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated 16th May 2018