What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of (text) information that are sent to your browser when you visit our website and are then saved on the hard drive of your computer, tablet or smartphone. The cookies that come from our website cannot cause harm to the device they are saved on.
Which cookies do we use?
Noshirt uses different sorts of cookies to ensure we can deliver services and functionality that improve your shopping experience. Please find below details of the cookies that are used and what purpose these serve.
- Functional cookies
We primarily use functional cookies. These cookies are necessary to offer you the services and functionality that you require. Functional cookies, for instance, remember that you are logged in, so you don’t have to log in again when you switch to a different web page.
- Analytics cookies
These collect statistics about how our website is used. We use Google Analytics. This helps us gain insight into how our website is used and allows us to optimise our services and our website. If legally obliged, Google Analytics may supply this information to a third party. We have installed Google Analytics with the highest privacy setting. That means we have taken measures to protect your privacy. For example, we have a data processing agreement with Google Analytics that covers, among other things, the fact that your personal information may not be used for other purposes and that your IP address is partially encrypted.
- Tracking cookies
Changing your cookie settings
You can change your cookie settings at any time. Simply click on Cookie Settings and make your changes.
If you visit our website and we don’t recognise you, you will be asked to accept cookies. You can choose not to accept these, but you should take into account that parts of the website will not function fully.
Refusing and removing cookies only affects the currently used computer and browser. When you use multiple devices and/or browsers, you must repeat the above steps on each device and/or browser.
There is a possibility that the information gathered by a cookie contains personal information. When this happens, our Privacy Statement is applicable.