The website https://www.oxelta.io/ may ask for your acceptance of cookies to ensure the smoothest and most relevant experience. We explain why and how below:
I. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file composed of a line of numbers and letters that may be stored in a device when accessing an online service using a browsing software. The cookie is stored by the browser and sent back to the same web server during subsequent requests. A cookie file allows its issuer, during its validity period, to recognize the specific device whenever it accesses digital content containing cookies from the same issuer. Cookies and trackers potentially allow tracking not only the entire behavior of a user on a website but also their paths across multiple sites. Only the issuer of a cookie can read or modify the information contained therein.
II. What cookies do we use and what are the purposes?
1 - Essential Cookies
1.1 - Functional Cookies
Functional Cookies required for technical purposes, without which the website would not function properly. They allow us to track the performance of our site in terms of audience, behavior, and tool usage to enhance the user experience on our site. Our service providers also use analytical solutions to help us assess the relevance of our content, understand user interests, and improve site functionality. In addition to these tracking devices, we use Web beacons, also known as invisible pixels. These enable us to estimate the number of visitors.
1.2 - Preference Cookies
We also use preference cookies to store information about choices you have made and tailor the site to our users. Here are some use cases: - Remembering the contents of a shopping cart or items for billing; - Customizing the user interface (language, font, or service layout).
1.3 - Authentication Cookies
These cookies are necessary to identify the user once logged in during a session.
2 - "Optional" Third-Party Cookies
You can use our website without optional cookies being placed. To do this, you can object to their placement at any time by using the corresponding refusal option in the "Preferences" tab or by clicking on the "Reject All" button on the cookie banner.
You have several options depending on your browser's configuration:
For Mozilla Firefox:
Choose the "tool" menu then "Options", Click on the "privacy" icon, Find the "cookie" menu and select the options that concern you.
For Internet Explorer:
Click on the Chrome menu icon, Choose "Settings" from the menu, Click on "Show advanced settings" then in the "Privacy" section, click on "content settings", Select "Block all sites from storing data", Then click "OK" to save.
For Safari on Mac:
In the Safari app on your Mac, Choose "Safari" then "Settings", then click on "Privacy", Click on "Manage website data", Select one or more websites, then click "Delete" or "Delete All".
This document may evolve, especially when necessary to meet the obligations of data protection legislation.