A cookie is a quantity of data (a small text file) sent by a server to the browser with the intention of having the latter store that data. On a subsequent visit to our site, the stored data are sent back to the server. This enables the server to recognize the browser and to retrieve certain data on any subsequent visit.
The cookies which are stored on your computer and which enable you to be recognised on any subsequent visit to our website do not include personal data except for the support cookies. They only contain a (unique) number and, for that reason, cannot be used to identify you personally. Nor can our cookies be used to identify you on websites of third parties. The support cookies are only used by the support section to remember your entered information on the support login page.
If you object to the INCONTROL websites using cookies, you can disable them using your browser settings. This will not affect your use of our website in any way.
The table below explains the cookies we use and why.
|EU e-Privacy Directive
|To withdraw your consent after accepting this cookie, delete the plg_system_eprivacy cookie
|These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. The cookies collect information anonymously. Information includes the number of visitors to the site, how visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.
|Google privacy overview
At end of session
|Used to determine the used template.
|This cookie is used by the website to determine the required template
|This cookie is used to determine the language for the website
|When a visitor selects a language, this cookie remembers this setting for the set period
|Content Management System cookie
|unique ID (32 characters)
|This cookie is set by our content management system upon arrival to the site. This cookie is deleted when a user closes their browser (session cookie).
|At end of session
|INCONTROL Support Settings cookie
|Non automatic cookie used for the support section to store the username and password in a cookie for next visits. When the data is entered, you are explicitly asked to store the information in a cookie