1. Why and who?
What are Cookies? A Cookie is a text file with information that is sent from the Webpage and stored on your computer, cell phone or any other device that you use to visit the Webpage. Cookies are, among other things, used to make webpages work more efficiently, for example, by remembering the device you used the next time you visit the Webpage, or by providing certain essential functions and by monitoring user behavior on the Webpage.
How long are Cookies stored? There are two types of Cookies; session cookies and permanent cookies. Session cookies are deleted when you close the browser (e.g. Internet explorer, Safari or Google Chrome).
Permanent cookies, also called persistent cookies, remains on your device after you have closed the browser. The Cookie will be stored for as long as it is indicated in the Cookie or until you remove it.
Necessary cookies These Cookies are needed in order to provide the basic functionality of our services or Webpage. Our services and Webpage would not work without these Cookies. We use necessary Cookies to for example remembering your choice to accept or reject cookies.
Preference cookies These Cookies remembers your choices on the Webpage (e.g. username, language etc.) and tells us how you have interacted with the Webpage so that we can personalise the service.
Performance cookies These Cookies analyse how you use the Webpage and monitors the Webpage’s performance. This helps us to identify and manage any occurring problems. A performance cookie can e.g. keep track of the traffic on different pages and give us information on how long it takes for a page to load. Our services would not work well without these Cookies.
Marketing cookies By collecting information on how you interact with the Webpage, these Cookies helps us to be more relevant in our communication with you and improve your experience.These Cookies are often placed by a third party with the intent to handle performance for ads, show ads and / or build user profiles in order to display ads elsewhere.
First party cookies First party cookies are set by the Webpage on your device and can therefore only be read by you and us.
Third party cookies Third party cookies are set by another party than us when you visit the Webpage.Learnster only uses reliable third parties. Third party cookies can e.g. help us understand the needs of our users and give us information on how effective our marketing is. Third party cookies may in some cases be used on webpages other than the Webpage.
3. Individual Cookie declaration
4. Managing Cookies
When you visit the Webpage for the first time we ask for your consent to use non-necessary cookies. You can withdraw your consent at any time. If you no longer wish to store the non-necessary cookies you have accepted, you can go to your web-browser settings and accept, deny or remove Cookies (usually under "Help", "Settings" or "Edit"). If you use multiple browsers and wish to block non-necessary cookies or change or withdraw your consent, remember to do this in all browsers. Moreover, if you browse webpages from multiple devices, you may also need to update your settings on each individual device. You can also visit http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/ to further review your settings regarding internet-based advertising from different networks. Please note that you will likely not be able to use all services on the Webpage if you choose to deny Cookies.