TYPES OF COOKIES WE USE
Session cookies: these are deleted and disappear from the device once you leave the website and close your browser.
Persistent cookies: these remain on your device even after you leave the website, until you delete them or they reach their expiration date.
First-party cookies: these are set by the website you are visiting.
Third-party cookies: these are set by a different website to the one you are visiting (for example: Brblls service providers such as Google Analytics etc.).
Strictly necessary or so-called ‘technical’ cookies: these are essential for moving around the website you are visiting and using certain of its functions.
Performance cookies: these collect anonymous information and help Brblls to understand how users interact with our website/webshop.
Functionality cookies: these allow the website to remember your choices and provide the customised functions you have selected. These can also be used to offer online or to avoid repeatedly proposing services or messages you have already declined in the past.
Advertising or targeting cookies: advertising cookies are used to collect information on your browsing habits, in order to target relevant advertising messages that best reflect your interests.
HOW TO REFUSE OR BLOCK COOKIES ?
Most Internet browsers are initially configured for accepting cookies automatically. This means you can at any time choose to set your browser to accept all cookies, certain cookies only or to refuse them, by disabling their use by websites. You can also set your browser preferences to warn you whenever a cookie is downloaded to your computer and to delete cookies after each browsing session.
Here is how to manage the most common browser’s cookie settings:
- Chrome: Settings —> Privacy
- Firefox: Tools —> Options —> Privacy
- Internet Explorer: Tools —> Internet Options —> Privacy
- Safari: Preferences —> Privacy
Brblls uses Google Analytics to analyse the use of its website. Google Analytics generates statistical and other information about website use by using cookies, as follows:
- determine which domain to measure
- distinguish unique users
- remember the number and time of previous visits
- remember traffic source information
- determine the start and end of a session
- remember the value of visitor-level custom variables