What Kind of Cookies?
There are several types of cookies.
- Session cookies: These cookies are installed on your devices while surfing and remember certain preferences. Using a session cookie, we can see which parts of the website you viewed during your visit. This helps us to customise the website based on the visitors surfing habits. These cookies are removed after closing the website.
- Permanent cookies: These cookies are installed on your device and are not automatically deleted. The installation period may vary.
Furthermore, there are functional cookies (often called session cookies) and other third party cookies, mostly of the permanent type. It is important to understand that these last type of cookies (permanent third party cookies) are not from NewYork.com.au, but from third-parties. These cookies will be explained separately in this document. You must give your consent before third-party cookies can be permanently installed.
Third-party Cookies (permanent)
Google may provide information to third parties if Google is legally required to do so, or where third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. We do not have any influence on data used by Google and/or third parties. We have not allowed Google to use the obtained Analytics for other Google services. Please read Google’s privacy statement (which can change frequently) to understand what they do with your (personal) data they process through these cookies.
Google’s cookies collect data (adviews, browser information, date and time, demographics, page views) and the user’s IP address.We use the information from Analytics to gain insight into your website browsing and clicking behaviour and we might adapt the website for you accordingly. The other two services allow us to track the surfing behaviour to third parties and if services are purchased from our partners.
The information collected by Google, is anonymized as much as possible. The information is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google states to adhere to the Safe Harbor principles and is affiliated with the Safe Harbor program of the US Department of Commerce. This guarantees an adequate protection level for the processing of any personal data.
The information obtained, as well as your computer’s IP address, is transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States.
Google uses this information to track the way our website is used, to provide us with website reports and to provide its advertisers information about the effectiveness of their campaigns.
DoubleClick is another Google service. The policy mostly matches the other Google services. We can see which links you click. The data collection is similar, except that Google anonymizes the data collected and shares it with others.
The information collected is anonymised as much as possible. The information is transferred to Facebook and stored on servers in the United States. Facebook states to adhere to the Safe Harbor principles and is affiliated with the Safe Harbor program of the US Department of Commerce. This guarantees an adequate protection level for the processing of any personal data. We explain in more detail below which cookies are installed and which party is involved.
You might receive cookies from aforementioned third parties while visiting our website. The cookies collect information as browser information, demographics, interaction data, pageviews, cookie data, date and time, hardware/software type, internet service provider, page reviews, IP address, the user’s search history and the ID number of the device used.
We reserve the right to make changes to this statement. We recommend you to check this statement regularly, to always note the latest updates.
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