Cookies on the Beate Uhse BV webshop
1. What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file that stores information about a visit. This file is stored by your internet browser on the hard drive of your computer, smartphone or tablet. There are different cookies, all of which have their own end goal. There are cookies that store your actions and preferences on the website, these are the functional cookies. There are also cookies for analytical purposes. These cookies provide statistics about the webshop to the company. Finally, there are marketing cookies, these cookies collect information from visitors for marketing purposes and can be shared with third parties. We require the visitors' permission to place these cookies.
2. How do cookies work?
When you visit one of our online shops, the server sends a cookie to your browser. The cookie is then stored on your computer by your browser. These cookies store various data that are needed to optimise the website for user convenience. When you leave the website this information is sent to the server of Pabo. The cookies placed by third parties are sent to the servers of these parties.
2.1 First-party cookies
Cookies that are stored for the domain that you are visiting are called first-party cookies. When viewing this page, the cookies from our websites are first-party cookies. The visitor profiles that our webshop creates will never be shared with third parties and are only used to improve the quality and relevance of our websites.
2.2 Third-party cookies
Third-party cookies are placed on our online shops by third parties for marketing purposes. These cookies follow the visitor and build a profile of the information they receive from the online shop. Based on this profile, third parties can address the users again with marketing expressions on other websites.
3. Are cookies harmful?
No, the cookies we use are harmless. Cookies are used by the majority of all websites around the world.
4. What are the cookies on our online shops used for?
The cookies on Pabo are used for analysing and functioning of the online shop. This data is used for improving and optimising the online shop. This allows us to make the Pabo shop as good as possible for visitors. The information in a cookie is used for Google Analytics (statistics). Cookies also make sure that the products in your shopping cart are saved.
5. Which cookies do we place?
5.1 Functional (technically necessary) cookies
Functional cookies are not covered by the cookie law. Permission is not required for this, and actually it does not need to be described in the cookie statement (although we think that is a good idea). We therefore speak of "functional cookies" to indicate that the cookie must play a functional role within a website or service. Save a shopping cart, login or record that another cookie may or may not be set.
|Cookie name||Position||Expires after||Privacy statement|
|edc||Save information about your session (website visit) temporarily. This means that you do not have to fill in a form again, for example, when you reload a page or do not fill in all the fields correctly at once.||closing the browser||More information|
|edccounter||This cookie ensures that our visitor knows that you have already visited our online shop.||1 day||More information|
|wwedc||This cookie knows which products are in your shopping basket. You cannot order products or place them in your shopping cart without this cookie.||1 month||More information|
|cookie permission||We use this cookie to remember whether or not you have closed the cookie notification. Without this cookie the message cannot be permanently closed.||1 month||More information|
|CookieCheck||This cookie remembers your cookie preferences.||maximum of 1 year||More information|
|PHPSESSID||This cookie remembers the various actions of a customer in the online shop. For example, it remembers the contents of the shopping cart or the wish list.||1 month||More information|
|edcaccount||This cookie remembers when a user logs into our online shop so the user won’t be logged out during a session.||end of session||More information|
5.2 Analytical cookies
A little better every day. This is what Pabo strives for. However, we cannot do this without your help. We gain knowledge by analysing cookies. We use this information to make our websites a little better every day.
|Cookie name||Position||Expires after||Privacy statement|
|_ga||Stores a unique, anonymous number on domain Pabo to recognise recurring visits in Google Analytics||2 years||More information|
|_gid||Used to distinguish users.||2 years||More information|
|_gaexp (Optimise)||Used to determine a user's inclusion in an experiment and the expiry of experiments a user has been included in.||90 days||More information|
|_gat||Used to optimise request rate||end of the session||More information|
|affiliate, kk_lead, _aw_m_xxxxx||These are analytic cookies that are placed by us in order to check if a user found our online shop through one of our affiliate partners.||1 month||More information|
|_gat_UA-xxxxxxxxx, _gac_UA-xxxxxxxxx||These are cookies that save our Google Analytics tracking IDs. This ensures our data is sent to the right account.||end of the session||More information|
|__utma, __utmt, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz, __utmv, __utmx, __utmxxv||These cookies are used by Google Analytics to save the data of various anonymous visitors. For example where visitors come from and whether they are new or returning visitors. The cookies then also send this data to Google Analytics.||maximum of 2 years||More information|
|Trengo||Trengo Chat function, so you can reach us while visiting our shop.||end of the session||More information|
|mailmunch_second_pageview, mailmunch_shown_583797, mailmunch_shown_test_1983||Used for showing and testing sign in pop-ups.||end of the session||More information|
5.3 Marketing cookies
We place marketing cookies on our online store. Third parties can also place marketing cookies on our online store. We also place marketing cookies on third-party websites. We can combine the information from these marketing cookies. We do this so that we can make offers that are as relevant as possible to you based on your online surfing, search and buying behaviour. With these marketing cookies we also keep track of which advertisements you have seen.
|Cookie name||Domain||Position||Expires after||Privacy statement|
|tuuid, tuuid_last_update, umeh||ad.360yield.com||Measuring conversion. This anonymous information is used to determine the value of ad partner, settled with ad partner.||Maximum 2 years||More information|
|'_hjClosedSurveyInvites', 'mp_hj_mixpanel', '_hjDonePolls', '_hjIncludedInSample', '_hjMinimizedPolls'||hotjar.com||These analytic cookies are used to anonymously track a user’s movement through our online shop. These cookies also make sure that we are able to show polls and questionnaires to our visitors. The purpose of all of this data is optimising the online shop experience of our visitors.||maximum of 1 year||More information|
|_twitter_sess||Makes a distinction between different browser sessions||session||More information|
|personalization_id||This cookie keeps track of which Twitter content a visitor has seen to be able to display personal content, with the aim of improving the user experience.||maximum 2 years||More information|
|guest_id||own domain||This is a Twitter cookie that is used to measure a transaction||30 days||More information|
|ct0||Measuring conversion. This anonymous information is used to determine the value of ad partner, settled with ad partner. Distinguishes between different browser sessions||maximum 1 day||More information|
|VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE, PREF, YSC, GPS, __Secure-3PSID, __Secure-SSID, __Secure-APISID, __Secure-HSID',__Secure-3PAPISID, IDE||YouTube||An enclosed YouTube video collects visitor information and customised preferences.||maximum of 2 years||More information|
|JSESSIONID, chosenLang, AWSALB, AWSALBCORS, aw_website_uuid, awtracking, tempGiftListID, ajs_anonymous_id, ajs_group_id, ajs_user_id, cookieconsent_status||www.AddWish.com||These are functional and analytical cookies in order to optimise the search engine on our website and personalise it for our visitors.||maximum 2 years||More information|
|act, x-src, pnl_data2||These are Facebook Custom Audience cookies that are used for behavioural targeting.||maximum 2 years|
|conversion||Google-adservices.com||Measuring conversion. This anonymous information is used to determine the value of ad partner, settled with ad partner||maximum 1 year||More information|
|rur, csrftoken, mid, urlgen|
|page_visit, line_items, search_query, _pinterest_pfob, _pinterest_cm, _auth, _b, _pinterest_sess, _pinterest_ct_rt||These are cookies that anonymously track a Pinterest visitor in order to analyse how that visitor accesses our shop and to track that visitor’s navigation on our website.||end of session|
You can have your browser refuse all cookies, but as a result many websites will no longer work properly. It is better to allow cookies selectively. All browsers distinguish between useful cookies from the website you visit and third-party cookies, such as those from advertising networks.
The steps below with explanations are taken from the website of the Consumentenbond.
6.1 Refuse third-party cookies in Internet Explorer
- Click on the cog in the top right corner > choose Internet Options> Privacy tab and click on the 'Advanced' button.
- Check 'Cancel automatic cookie processing', go to 'Own cookies' and check 'Accept'. Put a check mark in front of 'Third party cookies' and click on 'OK'.
- Click on 'OK' again.
6.2 Refuse third-party cookies in Edge
- Click on the 3 dots in the top right corner > Settings.
- Under Advanced settings, choose Show advanced settings.
- Under Cookies > Only block third-party cookies.
- Press the 2 arrows pointing to the left at the top to exit the advanced settings menu.
6.3 Refuse third-party cookies in Firefox
- Click on the 3 lines in the top right corner. > Click on Options > Privacy.
- Change the "Remember History" option to "Use Custom Settings for History" (if not selected already).
- Under 'Accept cookies from third parties' choose the 'Never' option.
6.4 Refuse third-party cookies in Chrome
- Click on the 3 dots in the top right corner > choose Settings.
- In the settings menu, click on 'View advanced settings' at the bottom and the rest of the page with the privacy options will appear.
- Choose Settings for content > Cookies. Check the option 'Block indirect cookies and website data'.
6.5 Refuse third-party cookies in Safari (MacOS)
- Open Safari and go to Safari > Preferences > Privacy.
- Under 'Cookies and website data', check 'Only from sites I visit'.
7. How can you delete cookies?
The explanation steps below are taken from the Consumentenbond website.
7.1 Delete cookies in Internet Explorer
- Go to the menu Extra> Internet options> General tab. Click Delete under Browsing History.
- You may not want to delete everything. Make sure you at least check "Cookies" and click on Delete.
7.2 Delete cookies in Firefox
- Go to Tools> Options> Privacy tab. Click Clear your recent history.
- Under Details you can indicate what exactly you want to delete. In any case, check Cookies. You can also indicate how old the cookies must be. Select All here.
7.3 Delete cookies in Chrome
- Click on the 3 lines in the top right corner. Click Options> Advanced Options tab. Under Privacy, click Clear browsing data ...
- In any case, ensure that Delete cookies and other website data is checked. You can also indicate how old the cookies must be. Select All here.