In this policy, RSQ provides information on how, when and for what purpose cookies are used. Highlighted terms that are used but not explicitly defined in this document can be found as explanations in the DSRL, where you can also find further information about the collection and use of data on ayondo.com.
Cookies are small text files that are stored on the end device (computer, tablet, smartphone) that accesses the website for a limited period of time. With the support of cookies, various functions and functionalities of the website are enabled. Cookies are accepted by the Internet program ("browser") and temporarily stored in a cache provided for this purpose, which can be cleaned automatically or manually depending on the default setting.
Third-party cookies used at ayondo can be viewed via the cookie tables, where you can obtain further information if required. The overview is reviewed on a regular basis and updated as necessary to keep it up to date. Changes, if made, may result in the number and names of cookies, pixels and other technologies changing. Third party cookies are restricted on ayondo's websites.
Cookies and other advertising technologies, such as beacons, pixels and tags, help ayondo to more effectively offer and present users with content that ayondo believes provides the best user experience. They help ayondo to produce aggregated review and research reports and inform ayondo about what content has been shown to visitors to the website. These cookies are limited to our website and are not used in our services.
The developers of the applications through which internet content can be accessed provide FAQ and information pages explaining how to manage cookies. In the following list we have listed popular browsers. If you follow the links, you will be taken to the website of the developer companies
• Google Chrome • Mozilla Firefox • Microsoft Edge • Safari • Opera • Safari (Mobil) • Android Browser (Mobile) • Opera (Mobile)
If a different technology is used to access internet content, the application developer should provide explanations as needed.
Internet users can opt out of interest-based targeting with all operators of ad server services (technology for the delivery and performance measurement of Internet advertising) within the framework of the Digital Advertising Alliance(http://optout.aboutads.info/) . On end devices of the manufacturer Apple Inc. or end devices using the Android operating system, changes can be made in the respective device settings which, depending on the adjustment, affect the delivery of interest-based online ads.