Acceptance and refusal of cookies
It is possible that the visitor will no longer have access to the services that CLASSICA INTERNATIONAL offers on the website.
If the visitor does not change his or her cookie settings and chooses to 'continue’ when first visiting the website, CLASSICA INTERNATIONAL assumes that the visitor accepts the various types of cookies and their use.
Technical information about cookies
What is a cookie?
A cookie is an information file which is placed on the web browser of a computer or mobile device – such as a smartphone,
iPhone or iPad – by the server of the website that the visitor is consulting. The cookie contains a code that can be read by the server that placed it on the visitor’s web browser.
The website being visited does not have access to other information files located on the visitor’s computer or mobile device.
How is a cookie file structured?
A cookie file consists of the following components:
- The name of the server that placed the cookie file on the computer;
- An expiry date;
- A unique numerical code.
What are cookies for?
Cookies ensure that visitors to the website have the best possible experience. Among other things, this means enabling the visitor to navigate more quickly and easily between
the different parts of the website and adjusting the content of the website to the visitor’s personal preferences, for example their preferred language.
Where can I find these cookies?
The cookies are placed in a separate folder for the web browser on the hard disk of the visitor’s computer or mobile device.
Are there different types of cookies?
The relevant legislation makes a distinction between functional or technically necessary cookies on the one hand (these are first-party cookies, where the stored information is passed back to the website that placed the cookie),
and all other cookies on the other hand (third-party cookies, where the stored information is forwarded to another website to which it belongs). Functional cookies ensure the optimal functioning of the website,
and aim to provide the visitor with as pleasant and smooth an experience as possible. Permission for this kind of cookies is not strictly necessary, as they are only stored for the current browser session.
A further distinction can be made according to the specific purpose of the cookie.
What is 'embedded content'?
How can the visitor manage the cookies?
Visitors control the management of the cookies themselves. They can adjust the settings of their web browser according to their personal preferences. They can delete cookies which have already been installed at any time,
and refuse new cookies by adjusting their browser settings.
CLASSICA INTERNATIONAL uses functional cookies in order to 'remember' visitors’ personal preferences and with a view to avoiding repetitive communication during repeat visits, such as requests to take part in an evaluation of
CLASSICA INTERNATIONAL also uses functional cookies when the visitor has created a personal account and wishes to log in. With the help of the cookies, CLASSICA INTERNATIONAL can safely check the visitor’s identity before
granting access to the personal information stored on the account.
If the necessary cookies are disabled the visitor will have the impression that certain parts of the websites are not working properly.
The visitor can also manage or refuse the installation of cookies via the browser settings. Cookies that are already installed on the computer or mobile device may be deleted at any time. The way for the visitor to adjust
these settings differs from browser to browser. If necessary, consult your browser’s help function, or use these links to go directly to your browser’s user guide:
Chrome and Safari.