Definition of Cookies
A cookie is a small text file that the site you visit requests to save on your device. Cookies are used on many websites to allow a visitor access to various features.
The information in the cookie is possible to use to follow a user's browsing.
Two types of cookies
Cookies on this site are used to improve the user experience and to optimize the website.
There are two types of cookies:
One type saves a file for a long time on your device. For example, it uses features that talk about what's new since the user last visited the current site.
The other type of cookies is called session cookies. While you are browsing and browsing a page, this cookie is temporarily stored in your device's memory, for example, to keep track of which language you have chosen.
Session cookies are not stored for a long time, but disappear when you close your browser.
Multilens uses session cookies. A session cookie lives as long as your browser is open. When you close your browser the session cookie is lost. If you open a new browser, it creates a new session cookie.
- ASP:NET_ SessionId
This cookie keeps track of what choices you make while browsing the site. It also keeps your interaction separated from other users on the site.
Usability cookie displaying how you have configured the presentation of the products.
As soon as you add products to the cart a cookie with your selection of products is set.
A cookie that is used during login process.
Multilens also saves other information in cookies. We save values that we use to retrieve your settings (such as automatic login, sorting in lists, etc.) in a database.
This cookie is used to identify you as a logged in user and contains a unique and auto generated user id. It will disappear when you log out, otherwise it is stored locally on your device for 3 days.
Google Analytics is used to collect information about our visitors, which is done using cookies. We receive information about how visitors use the site, which pages were visited, where visitors come from, the number of visits, and the type of device used during the visit. The purpose of collecting this information is to improve and develop the website. We do not collect any information that can identify who the visitor is, and we will never send the information collected to third parties. We do not collect information about our visitors ' visits to other websites.
How to control cookies
See your browser's help pages for more information on how you can see which cookies are stored in your browser, how to remove them, and how to set cookies to accept or not.
Whichever type of cookies you choose to accept, for security reasons you should use the Log Out button when you leave the site (this of course only applies if you have logged in).
The cookies we use do not save any personal information and/or information related to the pages you visit.
If you only accept so-called session cookies you can use most of the functionality, even if you only accept session cookies. Login functionality will not work.
If you do not accept any cookies at all:
- You can not log in
- You can not order
- You can not add products to the cart
- You can not fully use our website
- You can read information with limitations
- You can view products with limitations