Access to information on the user’s terminal device (cookies)
The website www.whistlink.com uses technology that stores and accesses information on the user’s terminal device (in particular by using cookies).
Cookies are data, in particular text files, sent from a website server and stored by a web browser or other technological solutions on an end device (e.g. a personal computer or a smartphone mobile device).
Cookies in particular facilitate the user’s use of previously visited websites. If the user has used the same device and browser before, cookies make it possible to remember the user’s preferences.
The cookies used on the www.whistlink.com website are primarily used to collect statistical data on traffic and the number of users on the website and on how users use its content, without collecting any information that would allow their identification.
The cookies used on the Whistlink website are:
performance (which collect information about how visitors use the site, such as the most visited pages or error messages, etc.),
functional cookies (which record user settings, including language, consent given, etc.), such as:
session cookies – temporary information stored in the browser’s memory until the session ends, i.e. it is closed.
For example, in Internet Explorer, cookies can be modified from: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy, in Mozilla Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy, and in the Google Chrome browser: Settings -> Show advanced settings -> Privacy -> Content settings -> Cookies. However, the access paths may depend on the browser version.
Information about managing cookies on your mobile phone can be found in the User Guide of the relevant phone.
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