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Cookie Directive

1. General information  

This website uses technology that uses cookies. By using this website, you declare that you agree with the anonymised data collected about your person being saved and processed. 

2. What is a cookie?

Cookies are small text files that are downloaded onto your computer or mobile device, such as a smartphone or tablet, while you visit our website. A cookie normally contains the name of the website (from which it was placed), the lifetime of the cookie (including the length of time the cookie remains on the device you used) and a value (normally a randomly generated number).

3. What does Boa Lingua use cookies for? 

We use cookies to make our website easier to use and to gear our pages and products towards the needs and interests of our visitors better. Cookies save important information which makes it easier for you to use our website (including by saving your preferred settings). Cookies can also be used to make your activities on our website easier (e.g. filling out application forms). Furthermore, cookies are used to create anonymous statistics that give us a picture of how our website is used. These findings are always used to improve the website. 

In no case is personal data collected or saved that allows for conclusions to be drawn about the identity of the website visitor. 

4. What type of cookies does Boa Lingua use? 

We use both temporary and permanent cookies. Temporary cookies stay on your device until you leave the site again. A permanent cookie, however, remains after you have left the site. 

Our website uses the following tools and technologies that save temporary cookies on your computer: 

  • Google Analytics 
  • Google AdWords Conversion Tracking 
  • Google Dynamic Remarketing 
  • Google Tag Manager 
  • Doubleclick Floodlight 
  • Facebook Pixel 
  • Facebook Audiences 

Our website also uses retargeting technology. Retargeting allows us to reconnect with previous visitors to our website through advertising on partner websites. 

5. How can you manage cookies?  

Most internet browsers have set the acceptance of cookies as standard. However, most browsers also allow you to change your settings to block cookies, or they inform you when cookies are being saved on your device. 

You can reject, accept or delete cookies at any time by activating or requesting so in your browser settings. You can find out how to do this on the website of your browser provider. 

Please note that if you deactivate or remove cookies, you may not be able to access all areas of our website and will not be able to receive any personalised information. 

You can also prevent the use of cookies aimed for advertising purposes on Google services and those of other providers. 

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