What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file containing small amounts of information, which is downloaded to your device when you (first) visit a website. That cookie is then sent back to the website of origin on each subsequent visit, or to another website which recognises that cookie. Cookies are useful because they allow a website to recognise a user’s device, and they provide you with a more efficient and personalised website experience.
What types of cookie are used?
At EURid, we use both so-called first-party cookies as well as third-party cookies on our website(s).
First-party cookies are cookies that are used by EURid during your visit to one of our websites, such as technical, session, persistent, and functional cookies:
Technical cookies are essential for the website to function properly. These cookies enable you to navigate between the various sections of our website and to use specific functionalities.
Session cookies are temporary cookies that enable you to navigate quickly and easily through the website during your browsing session.
Persistent cookies or ‘tracking cookies’ outlast an individual session and remain in your browser for a specific period after the session (unless you delete the cookie).
Functional cookies monitor the correct operation of the website and allow the website to remember the choices you make (e.g. your language preference, your user name, or your region). They provide enhanced and more personal features, sparing you from having to specify your choices every time you visit the website
Third-party cookies are cookies that are not used by EURid during your visit to one of our websites, such as:
Performance cookies (Piwik): they collect anonymous and aggregated information about your online behavior (such as your browser type, your Internet Protocol (IP) address, the operating system used, the domain name of the website that you have visited even when you abandon such site, the date and time of your website visit, etc.) for statistical purposes and for generating visitor’ profiles.
The cookies we use do not collect data that reveal your personal identity and therefore, do not make it possible for us to identify you. Our website(s) may contain links to other websites not owned/managed by EURid (third-party’ content, links and plugs-in). EURid is not responsible for the privacy practices of these websites.
How to give your consent?
How to reject our cookies?
You may withdraw your consent at any time by clicking ‘No cookies for me’ in our cookies banner, or by deleting cookies in the settings of your Internet browser.
These settings are usually found in the 'options' or 'preferences' menu of your Internet browser. In order to understand these settings, the following links may be helpful (or go to the 'Help' option in your Internet browser for more details):
Please note that changing your browser settings to reject cookies may impact your visit to our website and deny you access to all or parts of our website. You can change your Internet browser settings at any time.