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What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are saved on your own hard drive through your browser when you are visiting Lely websites. Cookies have different uses such as:
- Remembering your login name or settings
- Saving your preferences so that you only have to enter them once
- Ensuring that advertisements are relevant to your interests
What cookies are there?
Strictly necessary: these cookies are strictly necessary to enable you to move around websites. For example, without these cookies, you would not be able to shop or make online payments.
Functionality: this is how websites remember the choices you have made during a visit to a website. These cookies are used for example to save preferences such as text size and font.
Performance: these cookies collect statistics about user behaviour on websites, such as the pages you visit often. These data allow websites and their navigation to be optimised. These cookies are also used to find out how you arrived at a website. With these cookies, no information on your identity is stored to be reused and the data remain anonymous.
Targeting: these cookies follow a user for a longer time across several websites and are able to build a profile. They allow users to be categorised based on specific interests. These cookies are often used to better target advertising. An advertising network places a cookie on the user’s computer through a third-party website. This cookie can then be read by the network on the website within that advertising network.
What cookies are used by Lely?
|Description||Why this cookie?||Type|
|ASP Session||Registers the user as an anonymous number; necessary for the underlying CMS to work properly.||Strictly necessary|
|Google Analytics||Registers for each visitor the number of visits, when the visit starts and ends and where the visitor comes from.||Performance|
|Google Adwords||Registers conversion data for use by reports.||Performance|
|AdRoll||For tailored offers from websites other than those of Lely.||
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