Last updated: 6.12.2020
1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files, which an internet browser stores to the user’s computer or mobile device. Cookies contain anonymous, unique identifiers, which are necessary to ensure that websites and online products function smoothly. Cookies also give understanding on how different users use online services (e.g. statistics about visitors of websites). Cookies do not damage your computer or files, and they cannot be used to access programs or to spread malware.
Nian website utilizes our own cookies (first-party cookies) and services provided by third parties and their cookies (third-party cookies). Nian website utilizes services provided by third parties to e.g. evaluate how the website content is used, and to collect information on behavior, analytics, tracking and reporting. In these cases the information collected will be sent to a third party for processing and might contain personal data. The processing and other services of third parties shall be governed by their privacy policies.
We do not share, sell, rent or trade personal data with third parties for their promotional purposes.
Nian website utilizes the following cookies:
|Name of cookie||Purpose|
(analytics / necessary functionality)
|_ga||Analytics: to identify unique users by storing randomly generated IDs.|
|_gid||Analytics: to store information about how visitors use the website and to create analytics reports by storing randomly generated IDs.|
|cookieConsent||Necessary functionality: to detect whether the user has given a consent to usage of cookies.||N/A|
|scrollTop||Necessary functionality: to enhance user experience (detecting scroll position).||N/A|
How can I manage cookies?
You have possibility to accept all cookies or reject other than strictly necessary cookies through the cookie banner.
You may also manage settings through your browser. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies. You can stop the collection of data in your browser settings and clear the cookies from your browser on a regular basis. However, this may not completely stop the collection of information, but only erases targeting based on previous information.