In this Cookies Statement, the following terms are defined as stated below:
‘International Trade’, also referred to as ‘we’ in this Cookies Statement: International Trade SA, with its registered office at 4 Rue du Trône, 1000 Brussels, Belgium, 0600.964.488 RLE (Brussels).
‘User’, ‘you’: every natural person or legal entity in a contractual relationship, of whatever nature, with International Trade via its website.
Cookies are small text files that are placed and stored on your computer or mobile device when you access websites. Cookies are designed to support our website’s functionality and accelerate users’ access according to their previous activity, thus expediting users logging procedure and/or settings adjustment.
Cookies undertake a number of useful tasks, including improving security of a website and monitoring website performance.
International Trade’s website uses any of the following groups of cookies:
Session cookies: these are temporary cookies that expire at the end of a browser session and are deleted from the user’s device when the browser is closed. Session cookies allow the website to recognise you as you navigate between pages during a single browser session and allow you to use the website most efficiently.
Persistent cookies: this type of cookie is saved on your computer for a fixed period (usually a year or longer). In contrast to session cookies, persistent cookies are stored on your equipment between browsing sessions until expiry or deletion. They therefore enable the website to “recognise” you on your return, remember your preferences, and tailor services to you. These cookies will remain valid for the period which is strictly necessary for the purposes for which they have been installed.
In addition to session cookies and persistent cookies, there may be other cookies which are set by a different organisation to the owner of the website you are visiting in order to provide us or third parties with information. For example, the website uses a third party company analytics (Google Analytics) who will set their own cookies to perform this service.
The cookies used on our website do not collect personal data that can be used to individually identify you and do not pass on any document or personal data from our web users’ electronic device to third parties.
With the use of these cookies is not possible to identify you. They simply provide us with anonymous information which helps us understand in which parts of the website our guests are interested and if they confront any surfing problem. We also use these cookies in order to try different designs and features for our website.
Most browsers accept the mission by default cookies but you can usually set your browser to refuse receipt or selectively accept certain cookies. If you disable receiving cookies, certain features provided on our website may not be available and some web pages may not correctly display.
A guide to behavioural advertising and online privacy has been produced by the internet advertising industry and can be found at: http://www.youronlinechoices.eu/.
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By disabling cookies or deleting current ones though, please note that you may significantly restrict user access to certain areas of our website and cause a negative impact on the usability and functionality of our website’s features.
Please remark that technically essential cookies for the access to our website are excluded from the informed consent rule.
As mentioned under section 3 above, the cookies used on our website do not collect personal data. If you have questions in such respect, you may contact our webmaster at the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org
This Cookies Statement is governed by Belgian law (with the exception of the rules concerning conflicting laws). Any dispute arising from, or related to, the use of this service will be subject to conciliation between the parties. Should such conciliation fail, the dispute will be referred to the courts of Brussels (Belgium). International Trade reserves the right, at its discretion, to refer disputes to another court having appropriate jurisdiction.
In the event of any judicial or administrative proceedings, a printed version of this agreement and of any other warning messages sent in electronic format shall enjoy the same standing as other documents and trade registers created and stored in hard copy.