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Privacy Policy

Cookie policy

Responsive IT's website uses cookies as below. By not disabling cookies in your browser and continuing to use the website, you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with this Cookie Policy and underlying processing of personal data (if applicable). Please read our Privacy Policy for further information on what, how and for what purposes Responsive IT processes personal data and your right to access your personal data.
 
You can change your selection by changing your browser settings at any time. Disabling cookies can negatively affect your use of Responsiv IT's website.
 
Visitors to a website that uses cookies should be informed about:
 
that the website contains cookies,
what these cookies are used for,
who uses the information,
and how cookies can be avoided.
In addition, you as a visitor must consent to the use of cookies e.g. through your browser settings, but also allows you to refuse cookies.

What are cookies and what are they used for?

Cookies are small text files that are sent to and stored on your device (mobile, computer or tablet) and that are commonly found on the internet. Some are necessary for you to be able to make full use of the website's functionality, while others are used to improve your user experience and facilitate navigation on the website.
 
There are two types of cookies; permanent and temporary (so-called session cookies). Permanent cookies are stored as a file on your device for a longer period of time in order to be able to adapt the website to your wishes, choices and interests. They are used, for example, in functions that tell you what is new since you last visited the website. When the expiration date has passed, the cookie is deleted when you return to the website that created it. Session cookies are temporarily placed on your computer when you visit the website and are sent between your computer and the server while you visit the website and are deleted when you close your browser. It is used, for example, to keep track of the language you have selected.
 
Some examples of what cookies can be used for:
 
When you log in to a website, a cookie is placed on your computer. During each page browsing, your computer sends the cookie to the website you visit and with the help of the cookie, the website can state that you are logged in and do not have to provide a username and password for each new page.
When you want to tailor websites to your preferences. This can be design on a website you visit often, custom contrast or font size or custom sorting or selection.
Websites that sell services use cookies to make it easy to book or order.
Record which people visited which pages on a website. That information can then be used to select the right ad or otherwise customize the pages the user sees. Many cookies used for advertising and customized content are third-party cookies.
Follow up the traffic through statistics to be able to improve the website and to learn more about different target groups. Many cookies used for statistics are third-party cookies.
Keep track of language choice, booking code or membership level.

Different types of cookies

Cookies can be divided into categories depending on its function.
 
Required: These are required for certain features to work. This applies, for example, when deleting the cookie warning. If you refuse these cookies, you will not be able to use the current functionality.
Presentation and function: These make your use of the website easier and more personal. For example, to adapt information and offers to things that you have previously shown interest in. These cookies are also used to collect information (eg popular pages and user patterns) about Responsiv IT's visitors' use of the website so that Responsiv IT can improve the website and Responsiv IT's digital services. If you refuse these cookies, the functionality of Responsiv IT's digital services will be limited.
Marketing: These are often third party cookies i.e. they are not set by Responsiv IT but by one of Responsiv IT's partners. These cookies use information about your use of Responsiv ITs and other websites, e.g. websites you visit or ads you respond to, in order to later be able to provide ads that are more tailored to you, both on Responsive IT's and others' websites. These ads are called "interest-based ads" because the purpose is that you only need to see ads that suit your interests. If you refuse these cookies, your user experience risks being reduced.

If you want to avoid cookies

Cookies are not used to damage or destroy your computer and most browsers automatically accept cookies. If, after all, you do not want to allow cookies, you can refuse cookies in your browser's setting and delete cookies that are stored on your hard drive. You can also set your browser to notify you when it receives a cookie. In this way, you have the opportunity to accept or reject the cookie. You can get more information about this from the manufacturer of your browser. You can also find more information at www.youronlinechoices.eu
 
However, some third-party cookies do not control Responsive IT. These can only be switched off on the respective website and in accordance with the instructions stated there.
 
If you refuse cookies, it may mean that the digital services do not work as intended.

Why Responsiv IT uses cookies?

By using cookies, Responsiv IT's website recognizes your device when you visit us again and you do not have to enter certain data every time you use Responsiv IT's digital services. Cookies also help Responsive IT to adapt the services to your needs, for example so you do not have to choose a language. Because the cookie keeps track of what you have previously shown interest in, Responsive IT can display information and offers from companies within and outside the Responsive IT group that hopefully suit your wishes. The website will simply be easier to use.
 
Responsiv IT also uses cookies for evaluation of search and user behavior within and outside Responsiv IT's website, to further develop Responsiv IT's digital services. The purpose is to optimize the user experience, individualize the marketing and keep statistics. The information may be shared with other companies and, if you have identified yourself, used in combination with your profile.
 
We may also use other companies that, in our place, set cookies to deliver services that they provide.

Consent to the use of cookies

You agree to Responsiv IT's use of cookies in accordance with this Cookie Policy by continuing to use the website and having the browser set to allow cookies.

Change of Responsiv IT's cookies

Which cookies Responsiv IT uses and the changes Responsive IT makes can only be seen by Responsiv IT updating the table below. We therefore suggest that you check the table each time you visit the website.

Contact

Questions and comments about Responsiv IT's Cookie Policy are welcomed and sent to Information on how Responsiv IT handles personal data appears from Responsiv IT's Privacy Policy in force at any given time.

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