We want to offer you a user-friendly and functional website with information relevant for you. Here you can read about how this is achieved and which information we collect and how this data is analyzed. You accept this cookie-policy when you visit this website.
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What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files which a website might store on your computer when you visit a site. A cookie will help the website, or another website, to recognize you or your device the next time you visit.
Cookies serve many purposes: They are often used to provide functionality like: tracking your navigation on a site, to recognize you or your device the next time you visit the same site, store information about your choices of selected language, username and much more.
Some cookies may record personal information or a unique identifier that may be used to track your surfing across websites.
A cookie can only contain text, so they cannot contain programs or virus.
Cookies on eelume.com
Eelume.com takes your privacy serious.
Cookies are used by the website to enable you to move around the website and use its features, such as accessing secure areas of the website or watch video. Cookies are needed on eelume.com for the website to work and for collecting statistics on how users are using the website.
Eelume.com uses Google Analytics to track statistics about page-views and user behavior on the website. See the section “Opt-out from ad-networks” for instructions on how to opt-out from Google Analytics.
Eelume.com uses wistia.com to provide a video-player. Wistia.com places a cookie on your computer to provide functionality.
We do not collect any personal information about you when you use the website, the only information we collect are information about page-views and user statistics provided by Google Analytics.
How to reject or delete cookies
Reject cookies: You can always reject cookies on your computer by configuring your browser to reject cookies or by using an ad-blocker like: Ghostery, AdBlock Plus or uBlock.
If you choose to reject all cookies websites might stop working or some functionality is unavailable. A better idea is to reject only 3rd party cookies (cookies coming from other websites, like tracking cookies from Google and Facebook), this will often not affect website functionality much.
Delete cookies: Cookies you already have accepted can easily be deleted. How this is done depends on your browser.
Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge: Press Ctrl-Shift-Delete, select “Cookies and saved website data” and press Clear.
Firefox: Select Options->Privacy & Security, click “Clear Data…”.
Chrome: Press Ctrl-Shift-Delete, select “Cookies and other site data” and press “Clear Data”.
Remember: If you use multiple browsers, you must manually delete cookies in them all.
Opt-out from ad-networks
You can opt-out from cookies from Google Analytics here.
Many ad-networks shares data across the networks. It is possible to opt-out from this tracking here.