inkospor® Cookie Policy

Cookies Policy

What are Cookies? 

1. Our Cookies Policy supplements the inkospor® UK Website Terms of Use, our Privacy Policy, our Deliveries and Returns Policy and our Terms and Conditions of Sale, it will be incorporated into each Contract we enter into with you.

2. Cookies are stored on your computer when you use our Website. Cookies are small text files which are stored on your hard drive assigned to the browser you use and through which specific information flows to us, the provider.

3. Cookies are unable to run programmes or transfer viruses to your computer. They are intended to make the internet service more user-friendly, for example, with online shopping they allow the Website to "remember" which products you had in your basket when you call up the page again, or they ensure your preferred layout and font size are automatically displayed.

4. Not all cookies are exclusively for the benefit of the user. For example, tracking cookies are used to monitor your behaviour on Websites and to place advertising accordingly. It is worth differentiating and deciding, therefore which cookies are necessary and important for you personally, and which should not be saved. You should then adjust the cookie settings on your end device accordingly.

Which types of Cookies does this web site use?

5. This Website uses the following types of cookies to a greater or lesser extent. A full list of current cookies is attached. However, we reserve the right to add or delete cookies from this list as necessary to improve the Website functionality, user experience or for better marketing or other legitimate purposes.

6. Session cookies (temporary use)

6.1. Session cookies are automatically deleted when you close the browser. Session cookies store a “session ID” with which various requests from your browser are assigned to the overall session, enabling you to be recognised if you return to the Website. These session cookies are deleted when you log out or close the browser.

6.2. Included in Session Cookies are ‘Functional Cookies’ these are absolutely necessary for essential functions of the Website to work. Without these the Website cannot be used as intended. Among other things, they ensure provision of the correct functionality when a page is changed from http to https and therefore that increased security requirements are met. These cookies collect anonymised information (no link to your identity can therefore be made) and they cannot monitor your movements on other Websites. They are only stored for the duration of the session and your consent to the use of these cookies is not required.

7. Persistent cookies (time-limited use)

7.1. Persistent cookies are automatically deleted after a specified period, which may differ depending on the cookie. Alternately you can always delete these cookies in the security settings of your browser.

7.2. Included in this category of Cookies are the following:

First Party Cookies which are not strictly necessary for the proper functioning of the web site but do carry out important tasks that improve your browsing experience. For example, these cookies ensure that your chosen settings, such as language selection, are saved. The information they contain are only of use for the particular Website.

Performance Cookies collect information about the way a Website is used by the visitor, namely, which page a user calls up most often and whether error messages are displayed. These cookies do not store any other information. They are used simply to increase user-friendliness and to tailor Websites more specifically to the individual user. This information is also stored only in anonymised form.

Marketing Cookies are used for marketing purposes. They present the user with advertising that is relevant and tailored to him or her. They are also used to determine how often an advert appears and the effectiveness of an advertising campaign.

8. Third-party cookies (from third-party providers)

8.1. If third-party content is integrated in a Website, the third-party provider can apply cookies even when you are not directly using its Website. These third-party cookies can be used by the third party to store information about you as a user and to identify you when you visit its own Website, in order to present you with a Website tailored to you. This is possible for example if a YouTube video is embedded in a Website.

8.2. If you configure your browser settings to refuse to accept third-party cookies or all cookies then they will not appear. However, please not that if you do you may not be able to make full use of all the Website functions.

9. Flash cookies (permanent use)

9.1. Flash cookies are collected through your flash plug in. They store the necessary data regardless of the browser that you use and have no automatic expiry date. If you do not want any flash cookies to be processed then you will need to install an appropriate add-on for example Adobe Flash Cookie Killer for Google chrome or ‘Better Privacy’ for Mozilla Firefox.

List of cookies we currently collect

The table below lists the cookies we collect and what information they store.


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