Hunter meets Hunter GmbH
Sprinzenstein 4, 4150 Rohrbach-Berg
Contact person responsible for data protection or the Data Protection Officer
Lelio Spannocchi, General manager
What are Cookies?
Cookies are a small data set generated by a web server, sent through the Internet and stored on your device using your browser program. The Website uses “cookies” essentially to recognize users or their devices, to remember the preferences of the user or information for the duration of the surfing or in case of return. Cookies are also used to play behavior-based advertising and control ad content.
Which Types of Cookies exist?
|First-Party-Cookies||Be sent and read only by the domain of the service provider.|
|Third-Party-Cookies||Are sent and read by domains of other service providers.|
|Session cookies (session-id)||Temporary cookies that are automatically deleted when the browser is closed. Session cookies allow you to recognize the user’s movements on the site, preserving information. Without cookies, websites have no “memory”.|
|Permanent Cookies||Persistent cookies that are to be manually deleted or deleted after a certain time. These cookies help the site to remember the user and his preferences; e.g. Language selection, menu preferences, internal bookmarks or favorites.|
How can the user reject Cookies?
The popular browsers allow the user to control the storage of cookies, e.g. Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=de ;
Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/de/kb/cookies-erlauben-und-ablehnen ;
How can the user delete Cookies?
The common browsers allow the user (mostly under the heading “Settings” or “Privacy”) to delete already stored cookies.
The service provider is entitled to store cookies on the (informed) user’s terminal whose sole purpose is to carry out or facilitate the transmission of a message via an electronic communications network or, if absolutely necessary, to a specific one expressly requested by the subscriber or user Service (Article 5 (3) ePriva-cy-RL). In Art. 4/2012, the Art. 29 Working Party declared the following cookies to be exempted from cookie approval requirements:
- User cookies (session ID) such as first-party cookies to track the user’s input when completing online forms, shopping carts, etc. for the duration of a session, or persistent cookies, which in some cases limit to a few hours are
- Authentication cookies to identify the user after logging in for the duration of a session
- User-centric security cookies that are used to detect authentication errors for a limited duration
- Player cookies for multimedia content used to store technical data for playback of video or audio content for the duration of a session
- Load Balancing cookies for the duration of the session
- Cookies for the user interface customization, e.g. For example, language or font settings, for the duration of a session (or a little longer).
- Social plug-in cookies for sharing third-party content with logged-in members of a social network.
In addition, the user’s consent to the storage of cookies is required.
Which First-Party-Cookies are used?
|_ga||Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data about how visitors use the site.||2 years||Art 5 para 3 (information) consent|
|_gat||Used by Google Analytics to limit the request rate||1 minute||Art 5 para 3 (information) consent|
|_gid||Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data about how visitors use the site.||24 hours||Art 5 para 3 (information) consent|
|Currency||Saves the preferred currency||1 year||Art 5 para 3 (information) consent|
|PHPSESSID||This cookie identifies for us your current session ID on our server.||1 year||Art 5 para 3 (information) consent|
Which Third-Party-Cookies are used?