Cookie policy

1. What are cookies?

During your visit to the Act With Care website, cookies may be used. Cookies are small files that a website sends to your computer when you visit the website and are stored on your computer. These files allow you to be recognized as a user when you later visit the Act With Care website. Act With Care uses these cookies to make your browsing experience easier and more pleasant, and to better tailor content to your needs and preferences by taking into account your previous visits. A cookie is therefore completely passive and does not contain any software programs, viruses or 'spyware'.


2. What cookies does Act With Care use?

Act With Care uses several cookies, both files that disappear automatically after closing the browser and files that are also used during a later visit. Act With Care itself sends a number of cookies ('first party cookies'), which Act With Care manages itself, also in terms of processing the collected data. This allows Act With Care to improve your user experience of its website, for example by saving the chosen language settings or avoiding you seeing the same ads repeatedly.

Partners of Act With Care also place cookies ('third party cookies'), which were developed by or for them and where only these partners have access to the cookies and the information collected. Act With Care therefore has no control over and/or knowledge of the content and operation of these cookies. For example, advertisers may add cookies to their ads on the Act With Care website to understand your areas of interest in order to show you only ads of interest.

In addition, Act With Care uses third parties, such as Google Analytics, to analyze the use of the website. These services also place cookies on your computer to track how visitors use the website. This analysis is necessary for Act With Care to adapt its website to visitors' preferences, again to increase its ease of use. Other third parties that may place cookies on your computer through our website are the social networking services such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+. This is done through the buttons of these services that you see on the website to promote ("like") or share ("tweet") content. These include Facebook's famous "Like button" and "Like box" (Friend 1, Friend 2 and x people like this), where Facebook can recognize visitors a.d.v. cookies.


3. Decline or delete cookies?

If you wish to continue visiting the Act With Care website without adjusting the cookie settings and click the "continue" link, the installation of cookies will be accepted. It is possible to refuse the installation of cookies, through the browser settings of your computer. However, some parts of our websites may then not work or may not work optimally and/or access to them may not be possible, which is of course not the intention.

You can also delete already installed cookies from your computer or mobile device at any time. Incidentally, after disabling and/or deleting cookies, you will continue to see advertisements, but they will not be tailored to your previous use of the Act With Care website.