What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored on your computer. These cookies are used to remember your personal preferences. Pollux also uses the pieces of information, so you don’t always have to fill in your data. For example, the forms on our website or you want to post a comment under an article.
Which cookies does Pollux use?
We are using the following cookies:
1. Functional cookies
These are necessary cookies on our website. Our website wouldn’t work very well if we don’t use these cookies. According to the cookie law we don’t have to ask your permission for using this cookie. Yet we like to do this
2. Analytical cookies
We also use analytical cookies for generating statistics for Google Analytics. This allows us to measure multiple things like: which device the website is visited, the IP address of your device, the IP address of your Internet Service Provider, the operating system you use, the date and time of the visit, the internet address of the website from where you find our website, the geo location where you are located and the material that you send to and download from our website. These data are processed anonymously and are never provided to third parties. We always adhere to the privacy law guidelines. Since the amendment of 2015 to the law, there isn’t a permission needed for this category.
3. Social Media cookies
Content from social media websites like Youtube, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram also contain cookies. We don’t know what these websites do with their cookies. Unfortunately, Pollux don’t have any influence on this either. We must therefore have your permission for this.
You don’t want cookies?
You can turn off the placing of cookies on your computer. You do this in the browser you use. Check the settings of the browser. PAY ATTENTION! If you disable these cookies, there is a change that the website isn’t working optimally. You might experience a different website than others.