1. WHAT IS A COOKIE?
1. 1 A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer when you visit a website. David Thornell uses the information for statistical purposes, to follow what the visitor does on the website and to improve and personalize the experience of the website. There are two types of cookies – permanent and session cookies.
1. Permanent cookies remain on the visitor's computer for a fixed period of time.
2. A session cookie is stored on your computer as long as you are on a website. As soon as you close the browser, the session cookie disappears.
2. HOW COOKIES ARE USED.
2.2 We use Google Analytics, which can associate information about you as a visitor with information from logged-in Google users who have given consent to personalized advertising. The information may include information about the end user's location, search history, YouTube history and data from websites that cooperate with Google. The information is used to provide us with aggregated and anonymized insights about the user's behavior between different devices. When you use our site and accept tracking and cookie management, you consent to such use. You can access and/or delete such information via Google's My Activity.
2.3 Permanent cookies are used, for example, to store any personal settings made on www.davidthornell.com, so that you do not have to redo the same thing every time you visit our website. Session cookies are used to keep statistics on the use of the website.
3. HOW TO REMOVE COOKIES?
Delete cookies, PC: use keyboard shortcut [CTRL] + [SHIFT] + [DELETE].
Remove cookies, MAC: click on the browser you are using: