Effective date: March 1, 2020
At Avrios International AG (collectively “Avrios”, “us”, “we”) we commit to being transparent about how we collect and use your personal data. This Cookies Policy describes the different types of cookies and similar technologies such as pixels and tags (collectively referred to as “Cookies”) that may be used on the our website and its language versions (each referred to as a “Site”, collectively “Sites”): avrios.com, avrios.com/en/, avrios.com/de/, avrios.com/it/, avrios.com/es/, avrios.com/fr/, our blog and its language versions (collectively “Blogs”): blog.avrios.com/de, blog.avrios.com/it, and on avrios.workable.com.
What is a cookie?
The length of time a cookie stays on your browser is depending on whether it is a “persistent” cookie or a “session” cookie. A persistent cookie is stored by a web browser and is valid until it expires (it has hence an expiry date) or is deleted by the user before that date. A session cookie automatically expires when the user closes the browser at the end of the session.
The majority of the data which is collected by cookies is anonymous, hence it does not personally identify a user. However, some of it can detect browsing patterns and approximate geographical location to improve your experience. Furthermore, it is possible that the personal information that we may have retrieved and stored about you is connected to the information obtained from cookies.
You can disable cookies (see below), however, the quality of your visit on our Sites and Blogs might be lower and some features may not work as intended.
What types of Cookies is Avrios using and why?
Cookies we set:
Essential website cookies
These cookies are essential to ensure that Avrios can technically provide you with services available on our Sites and Blogs.
Avrios offers a newsletter or content through email subscription. To remember if you have already registered to any of these services as well as to show some information that might only apply to subscribed and/or unsubscribed users, cookies may be used.
Cookies may be used in case you submit personal data through a form – such as contact forms or forms to download an asset. This is done in order to remember your details for future communications.
Third Party Cookies
- Facebook Pixel for the evaluation, optimization and generation of audiences for advertising campaigns on Facebook. For more information about the Facebook Pixel please visit its official page. In order to opt-out please visit the your Facebook privacy settings and your Facebook Ad Settings.
How can you accept or decline Cookies?
Most browsers automatically accept cookies but give you the possibility to manage cookies in the browser settings. Some browsers even give you the option to set up rules to manage cookies for every site you visit.
Please be aware that if cookies are declined our Sites and Blogs may not function as intended.
In the following you find help pages provided by browser manufacturers in which they tackle the topic of cookie management in their products:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
- Safari (Desktop)
- Safari (Mobile)
- Android Browser
- Opera Mobile
- Microsoft Edge
If you are using another browser, please consult the documentation provided by your browser manufacturer.
Questions, requests and further information