Updated on July 08, 2021
This Policy explains how and why Dokeop uses these technologies and the choices you are offered.
Dokeop reserves the right to update this Policy and will notify you of any updates through its Site and in particular by posting a new updated banner.
What is a Cookie
Cookies ("Cookies") are small text files that are downloaded to your computer, tablet or cell phone when you visit a website or application. The website or application may retrieve these cookies from your web browser (e.g., Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome) each time you visit the Site, so that they can recognize you, remember your preferences and provide you with a better online experience. preferences and provide you with a safer online experience. experience.
Cookies generally do not contain personally identifiable information, but rather are used to identify a browser on an individual machine.
If you prefer, you can restrict, block, or delete cookies by changing your browser, but this may mean that the Site will not function properly.
What cookies does Dokeop use and for what purpose?
The Cookies used when you visit our Site are intended to:
- allow the proper functioning of the Site, the proper execution of the Services you request;
- personalize the Services and improve your experience throughout your journey on the Site ;
- allow us to understand how you access the Site and to track traffic to measure our performance and help us improve the quality of our Services ;
- allow, where appropriate, third party service providers to serve you more relevant advertisements on the Internet.
You will be able to indicate your overall preferences for the Site, either by purpose or by third party service provider.
Cookies play an important role in the operation of our Services. Disabling them could (especially for technical particular for technical Cookies) could have the effect of reducing or preventing accessibility to all or part of the Services offered by the Site.
Dokeop Internal Cookies - Browser Cookies (Technical Cookies)
Third party cookies - User experience cookies
Cookies are stored (via Google Analytics) on your device to use your search, location and browsing data to understand your browsing practices. This Data is not collected by name, but only for statistical purposes to improve the customer experience on Dokeop.
Advertising or Social Network Cookies
The User is informed that he/she can refuse at any time the Cookies of the Dokeop Site in the settings of his/her browser. However, if he limits Dokeop's ability to set Cookies, he may limit the functionality Dokeop's full functionality, which will prohibit him/her from accessing some of the Services and features.
Most browsers allow you to choose whether to accept Cookies. Different browsers make various controls available to you, so we provide links below to popular browser instructions from popular browsers on how you can do this. In general, your browser will choice to accept, decline or delete all cookies or third-party cookies on a website, or those from specific from specific sites.
If you have any questions or complaints regarding Dokeop's compliance with this Policy, or if you wish to provide Dokeop with recommendations or comments to improve the quality of this Policy, you may contact Dokeop by email at the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail at at the following address: Dokeop - 9 La Pinarderie - 44450 Divatte-sur-Loire - France.
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