The purpose of this cookies policy is to help you better understand these technologies and how I use them.
1What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files (normally comprising letters and numbers) stored in the memory of your browser or device when you visit a website or view a message.
They enable a website to recognise the browser or device. Like most websites, Scale Model Kit mostly uses technologies through little data files stored on your device which enable me to save certain information when you visit or use my website.
There are several types of cookies:
Session cookies: these expire when you close your browser and enable my to link your actions during this specific session.
Persistent cookies: these are stored on your device between browser sessions and enable me to remember your preferences and actions on several websites.
Proprietary cookies: these are issued by the website you are visiting.
Third-party cookies: these are issued by a third party website separate from the website you are visiting.
2What types of cookies does Scale Model Kit use?
My cookies have various purposes. They may:
Cookies issued by Scale Model Kit Scale Model Kit issues session cookies which are strictly necessary for the website correct operation and your browsing on them.
Scale Model Kit also issues persistent cookies which save your language, your time zone or other preferences.
Scale Model Kit uses Google Analytics services to analyze browsing behavior. For more information about the utilisation of data collected by Google Analytics, you may consult the following page, https://policies.google.com/privacy/partners?hl=en.
4How do I manage cookie storage and consultation?
Certain website features, services, applications and tools are provided to you solely through these cookies and tracers.
You can block, delete and deactivate these technologies if your browser or device allows.
However, doing so may result in certain website features, services, applications and tools becoming unavailable. It may also result in you being asked to enter your password more often during your browsing session if the website requires a user account to be created.
For more information on blocking, deleting and deactivating these technologies, refer to your browser or device settings.
Cookies and tracers may be deactivated and deleted using tools available on most browsers. As each browser offers different features and options, you will need to configure your preferences for each separate browser you use.