What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files containing information that a website can place on the hard disk of your computer. When you visit a website, a cookie is stored on your computer, so that a website always knows who you are. In this way, users can be distinguished from one another.
Different types of cookies
For most cookies, permission is requested from the visitor. As a visitor, you will receive a notification and have to accept this before the cookies are placed. There are three types of cookies. Analytical and functional cookies are consent-free cookies that are used to improve the functioning of the website and to increase user convenience.
Functional cookies allow users to use our website and its features. These cookies are not used for marketing purposes. If you do not accept these cookies, some parts of the website will not work as well.
Interseafish also uses analytical cookies to continue to improve the website. These tracking cookies allow us to see, based on a user profile, how visitors use our website, and how we can improve the website to optimise the user experience.
Marketing and other cookies
Cookies for marketing purposes or third-party cookies are also placed on the Interseafish website. By doing this, we can ensure that visitors are shown the most relevant, personalised advertisements. The cookies also help to ensure that you only see the advertisement a few times.
Deleting or modifying cookies
If you prefer, you can choose not to allow cookies. You can change the cookie settings by refusing cookies on each device in the settings of your browser. The following links explain what you need to do for your browser:
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