When you visit any web site, it may store or retrieve information on your browser, commonly in the form of cookies. This information might be about you, your preferences or your device and is mostly used to make the site work as you expect it to. The information does not usually directly identify you, but it can give you a more personalized web experience.
What is a Cookie?
Cookies are a tool used by websites to store and retrieve information about visitors. It is a unique identifier in the form of a text file stored on the user's device. The website can use this identifier to register information about the user's preferences and activity on the website and to be able to offer a better-customized experience. Cookies have a validity period which depends on the type of cookie used and which may vary between the time you visit the website and a date in the future.
Fauna use local browser and similar storage on both personal computers and mobile phones.
- They are essential to make our services work
- They improve service performance
- They enable our products to offer advanced functions
- They enable products tailored precisely to you
- Our marketing uses targeted advertising
Some cookies work in a combined manner, meaning they fulfil multiple purposes.
What types of cookies do we use?
First-party cookies, are cookies from Fauna required for our service to function properly, and third parties have no access to them.
Third-party cookies are set in such are way that third parties can access them, most commonly for marketing, research and statistical purposes. Third-party cookies are also set after you visit our services. Some Internet browsers no longer support these cookies, for example Safari and Firefox.
Temporary cookies are usually cookies needed for a service to operate. Without these cookies, our services would not work properly. It is impossible to log in without these cookies, for example. The professional name for such cookies are session cookies. They are stored temporarily, and deleted as soon as you close your browser.
How can I restrict or delete cookies?
If the user decides to use the website without granting this consent, only cookies essential for the service, and which therefore cannot be turned off, will be used. They are usually set in reaction to something you do, such as making a request regarding security settings, logging in, filling in a form, etc.
- Analytical purpose
- Functional purpose
- Marketing purpose
- Content-personalisation purpose
These cookies improve the functioning of the website. They allow us to recognise and determine the number of visitors and monitor how they use our website. With the help of these tools, we can analyse and regularly improve the functionality of our website. We can use the resulting statistics to improve the user experience and increase the value of the service provided.
The website performs better and is more personalised thanks to these cookies. They may be set by us or by third-party providers whose services we use on the website.
Cookies are used for acquisition purposes, to measure the effectiveness of advertising, and for the targeted display of our product and services offers. They use external-company tools.
If you set your browser to block all cookies, this might prevent the website from working properly. As we mentioned above, some cookies are essential for the website to operate.
- Setting cookies in the Google Chrome browser
- Setting cookies in the Apple Safari browser on a Mac
- Setting cookies in the Mozilla Firefox browser
- Setting cookies in the Microsoft Edge browser
Which partners do we use to set cookies?
We primarily use Google tools to measure visitor numbers, namely Google Analytics and Google Firebase. Most of the codes for these tools and for tools of other partners are inserted using the Google Tag Manager tool.
We use Facebook to measure visitor numbers, for targeted advertising on its social networks.
We use Snapchat to targeted advertising on its social networks.
We use tools from Intercom to improve user interaction and to gather feedback from our users.
Information and the possibility to opt out of some advertising providers is provided at https://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/. You can turn off individual companies here: https://www.youronlinechoices.com/uk/your-ad-choices.