Cookie policy

This cookie policy is an integral part of Wyde Privacy Policy.

1.Definitions of Cookies and their features

Cookies and similar tracking technologies are pieces of data which are downloaded to users’ devices when they visit a website or use an app. They enable websites and apps to remember users’ actions and preferences (such as login, language, font size and other display preferences) over a period of time, so users do not have to keep re-entering them. 

These technologies are used for authentication, tracking, and maintaining user-specific information regarding users’ activities. They may contain a unique identifier to keep track of browsing patterns for analytical or advertising purposes.

Depending on their function and the time they remain active, there are different types of Cookies. Session Cookies are removed when the browser window is close. Persistent Cookies remain on users’ computers once they have closed the browser down, relying on a time limit for self-deletion.

In compliance with relevant legislation, explicit consent is not always required. In particular, it is not required for “essential” Cookies, which are used to convey information through an electronic communication network or which are necessary to provide a service that is specifically requested by the user. In other words, these Cookies are essential for the running of a website.

Prior consent of users is required for non-anonymous analytical Cookies and for performance/advertising Cookies. They collect data for statistical purposes on how visitors use a website or are used to make the advertising displayed on the website more relevant to users’ interests.

2. The Cookies we use and how to disable them

Below is a list of the different cookies we use on our website:

Third-party Cookies, that is cookies set from other websites. Please note that the following third parties process users’ personal data on behalf of Wyde. You can follow the corresponding links to review the third party’s privacy policy or to opt-out. Third party cookies are:

– Google Analytics. Google Analytics uses cookies to help the website operators analyze how users use the site and to improve user experience. To disable them, please download and install the opt-out browser add-on feature provided by Google Analytics. This add-on (which is available for the most commonly-used browsers) uses JavaScript (ga.js, analytics.js and dc.js) to notify Google Analytics that no information relating to visits to websites may be transmitted to Google Analytics.

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3. How to control Cookies in all mainstream browsers

Users can choose to enable or disable Cookies (entirely or partially) by going to browser settings

or by using add-ons provided by third parties. However, disabling essential cookies may affect the functionality and features of the website (for example, users may be forced to modify or keep re-entering information each time users visit the website). To get further information on how to set your preferences for cookies, please follow the links below: 

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