You, us and the cookies
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer that contains information about your navigation. Cookies have multiple uses but are mostly needed for user authentication, storing preferences, and navigation analysis. They allow us to get information to serve you better.
They do not allow us to identify your food preferences, pet name or anything personal.
They have their uses. For example they allow us to remember in which language you were browsing the last time you were here or you logged in. You will find below a list of the different kinds of cookies used on this site.
Site usage cookies
We use Google Analytics on our pages to be able to count you, our dear users, and know your work environment. Nothing fancy here, mainly your browser version, operating system and technical stuff.
Google provides a simple way to disable tracking in Google Analytics. You can find it here.
Social networks cookies
Our own personal cookies
We use a few cookies for the inner workings of the platform, mostly to keep track of your current state as a user. For example, they remember if you are logged in or not, or your current language choice. The only goal of these cookies is to make things work. Nothing else.
No cookie please!
If you do not want cookies to be stored on your computer, you can play with your browser privacy rules. Another option is to install an extension for your browser that does it for you. Privacy Badger, Disconnect or Ghostery are the most well known examples of such tools.
Please keep in mind that if you block our own cookies, we won't be able to log you in!