L24 Cookie Policy

Our sites (including mobile sites or mobile apps) when you use we and third-party organisations ‘cookies’ and other technologies, non-personal data we may collect information (we call this kind of technology in terms of simplification, all the cookies).

For a list of companies that use cookies and how these companies use them, please click on the Cookie Consent Tool. This tool can be accessed at any time in the lower corner of our site.

When you visit our Sites, you give your consent to us and third-party organizations that use cookies in accordance with your cookie settings in accordance with your cookie settings. You can use the Cookie Consent Tool to change your preferences at any time. For information about how your personal information is used, please see our Lighting Text.

What is a Cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that contains small amounts of information and transfers this information to your computer through your web browser. So the website can remember who you are.

The duration of a cookie's stay on your computer depends on whether it is a permanent or session cookie. Session cookies are temporary cookies that remain on your computer until you leave the website. Persistent cookies remain on your computer after you finish browsing until they expire or are deleted.

A pixel tag, or sometimes a web marker, is an invisible image with an e-mail message or a set of codes that settles on a web page. Cookies can be categorized as First- or Third-Party cookies. ”First-Party Cookies“ are cookies placed on your device by Link 24, while ”Third-Party Cookies" are cookies controlled by another party when you visit our site, but placed on your device. For example, we use Google Analytics cookies to collect information about the user experience on our website.

What are cookies used for?

Cookies can be placed in one of the following categories, such as ”absolutely necessary; analytics, functionality and advertising cookies". The Table below provides detailed information about each category.

Basic cookies:

These cookies are necessary for the operation of our website. It allows you to navigate the site and use its features. Without these cookies, necessary services such as the ability to access secure areas cannot be provided. For example, you are logged in during your visit. Without these cookies, the site may forget about you and you will have to log in again constantly

Analytical Cookies:

These cookies collect information about how people use our site, which pages are visited most often, and how people move from one link to another. The information collected on our open site is grouped together with other people's collective use of our site. If you are logged in to the portal, we may associate the information with your account through cookies. In general, these cookies provide us with analytical information about how our site is performing and how we can improve it.

Functionality Cookies:

These cookies allow us to remember the choices you have made and tailor our site to provide you with advanced features and content. For example, these cookies can be used to remember your username (not your password). They can also be used to remember the changes you made to the text size, font, and other parts of the pages that you can customize.

Advertising and Marketing Cookies:

These cookies are used to provide you with special marketing and advertising messages based on the information you have browsed, purchased, or shown interest in. In order to target these messages and ads, we use these cookies together with third-party organizations that provide tools that allow us to group them with other users. This may be an e-mail that reminds you of an ad on Facebook, search results on Google, or actions dec you have taken on the site. All third parties we work to make sure Ben personally identifiable online behavioral advertising (OBA) industry standards and have the option to opt out in the future.

How do you manage cookies on this site?

In october to our Cookie Confirmation Tool, most browsers allow you to manage your cookie preferences. The browser notifies you when you receive a new cookie or use it to completely disable cookies. If you decide to disable or delete them completely, some sites do not rely on cookies to provide you with the service you requested, and they also do not work. (see Fig. Absolutely Necessary Cookies above).

If you do not want to allow us and third-party organizations to use cookies, such as pixel tags, in e-mail, the best way to do this is not to enable images when you view our e-mails. In other words, just view the plaintext of the email. Some web browsers and email clients may be used to disable/block cookies, such as Gmail.