What are cookies?
There are two main types of cookies:
1st Persistent cookies stay on your device or computer for a specified time. We use persistent cookies when we need to know more about you for longer than a browsing session. For example, we may use this to remember your preference for the next time you visit.
2nd Session cookies are only stored temporarily in the device or computer’s memory while the visitor is on our site. Session cookies are deleted once you close your browser.
Persistent cookies are used, among other things, to store your personal preferences at Alex and Alexa. This means you will not have to repeat some processes each time you visit the site and we will be able to adapt and make the information and marketing as relevant as possible for you. Session cookies are used in order to be able to record statistics on the use of the site.
Note that if you disable cookies, you will not be able to make purchases on the site. The functionality will also be limited and you may not be able to access certain parts of our service.
If you only allow session cookies, our website will still work. You may in that case still see all products and read all the information. If you choose not to allow session cookies from our site, you will not be able to add any item to your cart or make an order.
Alex and Alexa works with several other third-party suppliers on Alexandalexa.com which set their own cookies. Information that is collected from these cookies will be shared with Alex and Alexa but can also used for other purposes. Each third-party supplier controls and is responsible for the delivery of these mentioned services.
Third-party cookies are managed via a common tool - Google Tag Manager.
Alex and Alexa manages these partnerships, governed by agreements with each party.
|Yahoo Ad Exchange||Marketing|
|Google AdWords Conversion||Marketing|
|Facebook Custom Audience||Marketing|
|Google Dynamic Remarketing||Marketing|
|DoubleClick Ad Exchange||Marketing|
|Google AdWords UserList||Marketing|
|Google Tag Manager||Tools|
|Google Analytics||Web analytics|
|Crazy Egg||Web analytics|
|GA Audiences||Web analytics|
|Facebook Connect||Social Media|
How to disable cookies
If you do not want these sites to collect anonymous data from you via third-party cookies, you can either block third-party cookies in your browser or unsubscribe from the registration of third-party cookies from each site.