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Cookies used on this website
- Cookies on this website that do not require permission
Cookies that are essential, also called ‘strictly necessary’ cookies, activate functions that allow you to use the website properly. They are stored only on your computer when you actually visit the website.
- Cookies on this website requiring permission
Cookies that are strictly not legally essential to use this website nevertheless have important functions. Without these cookies, certain elements that ensure that our website can be easily used no longer available. Settings, such as language choices, are no longer saved, so you will be asked about this every time you open a new page. In addition, we no longer have a way to show you offers and other relevant information that are specifically tailored to you.
Cookie categories used on this website
Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are essential for the operation of the website and are used by Perlie for technical purposes, for example to track your current shopping session and allow an order to complete and pay. These are session cookies, which typically store information in the form of a session that are stored in your browser’s temporary memory and deleted it when you close the web browser.
These cookies collect information about how a website is used. Perlie uses them to collect statistical data on the number of visitors coming onto the website via a link in an email newsletter, in order to measure the success of newsletters; to collect statistical information on how visitors use this website, in order to improve the functioning of the website; and to measure the success of competitions and campaigns. These cookies are only used to improve the performance of the website and thus the user experience. These are persistent cookies, which remain on your hard drive until they expire or you remove them.
These cookies allow a website to store information that has been specified before (such as usernames, language choices, and your location), so that you can offer better and more personalized features. Perlie uses them to distinguish you from other users of the website, so that Perlie can personalize your shopping experience by making this website and the ads shown there better connect to your interests and so that the choices you make remember (such as your username, language or country where you are staying) for when you return to this website. These are persistent cookies, which remain on your hard drive until they expire or you remove them.
Marketing and retargeting cookies
First- and third-party cookies
Social media plugins
Social media plugins are plugins that allow you to “share” content with friends on social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter or similar service providers. We have no control over the settings of these plugins.
To better protect your data when you visit our website, social media plugins in our website are integrated with the so-called “double-click method”. This method guarantees that when visiting a website with social media plugins, no connection is established with the servers of the social media providers. No connection is established until you activate the social media plugin and consent to transfer the data. The content of the social media plugin is passed directly to your browser and is embedded in the website. By embing the social media plugin, social media providers will receive information about which of our websites you have visited, even if you don’t have a profile with the social media provider or are not logged in. This information is transmitted directly to the servers of the social media providers, which are usually located in the US and stored there. For example, if you use the social media plugins by clicking the like button, the respective information is forwarded directly to the social media provider’s server and stored there. The information is also shown on social media and is visible to your contacts.
Visual Web Optimizer
Google Analytics (Website Analysis)
We have entered into a data processing agreement with Google, which acts as a “data processor” on our behalf. We have supplemented the code on our website with the functionality that ensures that IP addresses are collected on an anonymous basis. You can object to tracking google analytics as described above, by clicking the “Disable Google Tracking” button at the bottom of this page. A cookie is placed that prevents a later collection of data when you visit the website (a so-called opt-out cookie); You can also avoid saving cookies with the relevant settings in your browser software as described above; please note that you cannot fully use all the features of our website.
You can also prevent Google tracking as described above active by downloading and installing a browser extension (plugin), which can be found at: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=nl
Further information about Google Analytics data protection is available in Google’s data protection message under “Google Analytics Cookies”: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=nl
New Relic (Performance measurement)
We use a service of New Relic, Inc., 188 Spear Street, Suite 1200, San Francisco, CA 94105, U.S. to measure and map the technical performance of our website, for example to determine whether our website is accessible and how fast a certain page.
For details on data usage under New Relic, see the New Relic Data Protection Message under “Information Related to Data Collected for our Clients” on https://newrelic.com/privacy. If you want to prevent us from including your visit in our analytical data, you can deactivate cookies in your browser.