1. What’s the cookie law
The cookie law was introduced in a 2003 EU e-privacy directive. It requires websites to get user consent for the use of tracking technologies (of which cookies are the most common one). A cookie is a digital footprint, a small text file stored in a user or visitor’s web browser. It contains small pieces of data, tracking the user behavior on a website (for example the pages you visit). The Ice Crime Factory bvba complies with this law informing you about the specific cookies that our website stores below.
2. What kind of cookies are in use?
First Party Cookies (technical cookies): they are used to offer you the best possible functioning of our website. Typical examples include settings chosen on the website by the user during a previous visit or a form that is automatically completed after a visitor filled it out during a previous visit. On this website specifically, First Party Cookies is limited to catAccCookies. A “catAccCookies”” cookie is set in your computer to prevent the cookie consent notification from coming up again. The data is deleted after 1 month. Third Party Cookies are cookies not generated by the website itself but by a third party such as an advertising or marketing plugin. Typical examples are cookies by Facebook (Facebook Pixel) or Google Analytics. Third Party Cookies require the permission of the visitor to the website (the cookie notification pop up) referring to this policy. Important: this does not influence your ability to surf the website.
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3. How can you opt out of having cookies placed on your device(s)?
Last update: April 2018
Mailing address: The Ice Crime Factory bvba, Kasteelstraat 15, 9790 Wortegem-Petegem, Belgium