Cookie Policy

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the website. See below for details on what information is collected by cookies and how we use that information.

How and why do we use Cookies?

We use cookies to:

  • improve the use and functionality of NEURONET website;
  • to gain a better understanding of how visitors use NEURONET website and the tools and services offered on it;
  • Assisting you in navigation;
  • Assisting in registering for our events, login, and your ability to provide feedback;
  • Analyzing the use of our products, services or applications;
  • Assisting with our promotional and marketing efforts (including behavioural advertising),
  • Offering content of third parties (such as social media content).

What kind of cookies do we collect ?

Type of Cookie Source Purpose Expiry How to Block
Necessary Cookies NEURONET These cookies are strictly necessary for the proper operation of our site.  They allow us to ensure the security and efficient delivery of our site. The cookie we set for this purpose is automatically removed from your device one month after you last visited our website. You can change your browser settings to accept or refuse these cookies.

As the means vary from browser to browser, you should visit your browser’s Help menu for more information.

Session Cookies NEURONET Session cookies” are temporary cookies used to improve browsing on websites and to collect static information. Deleted as soon as the visitor leaves his web browser or switches off his computer. You can change your browser settings to accept or refuse these cookies.

As the means vary from browser to browser, you should visit your browser’s Help menu for more information.

Persistent Cookies NEURONET Persistent cookies are used in order to invoke previously provided information (such as passwords), to retrieve which components of the Website visitors find the most valuable and to adapt the Website to the visitor’s preferences. Persistent cookies” are stored on the hard disc and stay there unless they are deleted. You can refuse to accept these cookies by following your browser’s instructions.

However, if you do not accept these cookies, you may experience some inconvenience in your use of the Website.

Third parties Cookies (received) Third parties If we are to advertise our content on social media or any other third-party website, (e.g. Facebook, twitter…). We obtain information via those cookies when you click on or interact with the advertisement. NEURONET may use the information obtained by these cookies. Please refer to the third parties’ cookies policy as their expiry date may vary. You can change your browser settings to accept or refuse these cookies.

As the means vary from browser to browser, you should visit your browser’s Help menu for more information.

Third parties Cookies (sent) Third parties These are cookies that are set up on NEURONET website by third parties (e.g. Facebook, twitter…). They may use the data collected from these cookies to anonymously target advertising to you on other websites, based on your visit to this Website. For example, if you use a social widget (e.g. the twitter widget) on the NEURONET Website, it will record your interaction. Twitter (as the company setting up the cookie) will then collect the data. Please refer to the third parties’ cookies policy as their expiry date may vary. You can change your browser settings to accept or refuse these cookies.

As the means vary from browser to browser, you should visit your browser’s Help menu for more information.

Website enhancement cookies NEURONET These cookies help enhance the performance and usability of our website. For example, they may allow us to detect whether your browser can run small website programs (called ‘scripts’) that provide additional website functionality or enable us to remember any website preferences you set (such as font size or language preferences). The cookie we set for this purpose is automatically removed from your device once you close your browser. You can change your browser settings to accept or refuse these cookies. As the means vary from browser to browser, you should visit your browser’s help menu for more information.

 

Analytics cookies and technologies Google Analytics These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. We use the information to compile reports and to help us improve the site.

These cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.

Some of the cookies set for this purpose are automatically removed from your device once you close your browser.

Others may last for a period of up to 24 months from your last visit to our site.

 

You can opt out of tracking by Google Analytics by visiting: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en-GB.

Technologies similar to Cookies:

  • Your IP Address. An Internet Protocol (IP) address is a number that is attributed to a computer by the internet service provider in order to grant access to the internet. Normally, an IP address contains no personal information since it is generally dynamic (it changes each time connection is made with the Internet) and not static. We use IP Addresses for purposes such as calculating website usage levels, helping diagnose server problems, and administering the Website.
  • Using internet labels. Internet labels, (also known as single-pixel GIFs, clear GIFs, invisible GIFs and 1-by-1 GIFs) are smaller than cookies and provide certain information on the server such as the IP address and the web browser type of the visitor’s computer.
  • Using Navigation data. Navigation data (log files, server logs and click stream data) are used by the system administrator to improve the content of the website, for market research and in order to provide information to the visitor.
  • Through your browser. Certain information is collected by most browsers, such as your Media Access Control (MAC) address, computer type (Windows or Macintosh), screen resolution, operating system version, and Internet browser type and version. We may collect similar information, such as your device type and identifier, if you access the Site through a mobile device.
  • Device Information. We may collect information about your mobile device, such as a unique device identifier.

Manage your cookies preferences:

 You should ensure that your computer setting reflects what you want. You can set your browser to warn you before accepting cookies, or you can simply set it to refuse them. You do not need to have cookies on to use or navigate through some parts of NEURONET website although you may not have access to all the features of our website.

You can exercise your choice in allowing for cookies to be placed on your computer or to opt-out of cookies by accepting or refusing this cookies policy

Cookies policy update

 We reserve the right to make any changes and corrections to this notice. Please refer to this page from time to time to review these and new additional information.

This notice was last updated in October 2019