What are cookies?
Cookies are text files that are stored on your device when visiting the website. This text file stores information such as your language preference. Session cookies are the cookies that are automatically deleted when you exit the browser, while persistent cookies remain on your computer for a longer period, sometimes even until you manually delete them.
There is a distinction between First-Party cookies and Third-Party cookies. The First-Party cookies are the cookies that are placed by the website that is currently being visited. The Third-Party cookies are the cookies that are placed by a third party with a domain name other than the website that is being visited (eg: Google Analytics).
Various types of cookies
ICASA Group uses the following cookies:
1) Necessary cookies (First-Party cookies)
These cookies are necessary for the technical support of the website. Without these cookies, the main functions of the website would not work properly.
2) Functional Cookies (First-Party Cookies)
To improve our website functionalities, these cookies, for example, remember your language preferences.
3) Statistical cookies (First-Party cookies)
These cookies collect information about your website usage, such as which web pages you have visited. These cookies do not collect any information that can identify you.
4) Analytical cookies (Third-Party cookies)
These cookies are used to collect visitor statistics, so we can gain insight with Google Analytics* in how visitors interact with the website.
Managing your cookies
ICASA Group does not require your permission to use the necessary cookies. For the remaining cookies we do ask you your permission. Through your browser settings, you can refuse the installation of cookies. You can remove the cookies from your device at any time. Please note that the deletion of the necessary cookies will reduce the functionality of the website.
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* For cookies placed by third parties (e.g. Google Analytics), we would like to refer you to the statements made by these parties on their respective websites: Google Analytics.