Cookies on LegAvenueStore.com
On this page you can find more information about what cookies are exactly, what cookies are used by LegAvenueStore.com, and how you can influence cookies.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a piece of text that is given to a visiting browser by a web browser in the hope and expectation that the browser returns it in case of a subsequent visit.
The cookie is an addition to the HTTP specification. The Hyper Text Transfer Protocol is used by everybody who visits a website: it regulates the communication between a web server and a browser. It was, however, not designed to show subsequent page visits as one whole. As a consequence it is not unreservedly possible to again retrieve data or settings during a subsequent visit.
To yet make this possible the cookie and the set-cookie-headers for HTTP were introduced in 1997. This specification was lastly updated in April 2011 and is currently known as RFC 6265 HTTP State Management Mechanism.
How do cookies work?
Contrary to what politicians occasionally argue, cookies are not small programmes and are neither files and from a technical perspective nothing is stored on the computer of the visitor by the web server. The browser can completely decide on this. Eventually cookies are, however, often stored as a file but a web server cannot force a browser to actually store cookies or to return the same during a later visit.
A cookie is always linked to a specific domain or sub-domain. Examples of a domain and a sub-domain are, respectively, LegAvenueStore.com and Blog.LegAvenueStore.com.
Cookies that you receive for the same domain as you are visiting are referred to as first-party cookies. When looking at this page the cookies of LegAvenueStore.com are therefore first-party cookies.
It is also possible that a website contains elements of third parties. Well-known examples are embedded videos, advertisements, and social media buttons. If cookies are sent with these elements from their own servers then this is referred to as third-party cookies. It may therefore be that during a visit to LegAvenueStore.com you receive third-party cookies for Facebook.com, Youtube.com and other websites of third parties.
Due to the operation of HTTP and the security surrounding cookies it is not possible for the relevant first party – hence in our example LegAvenueStore.com – to exercise control on the inclusion of third-party cookies.
What are cookies on LegAvenueStore.com used for?
With cookies it is possible to retrieve information from previous visits in case of subsequent visits. In practice this is used, inter alia, to keep track that you logged in before, that you created certain settings, and that you looked at certain site elements before. Cookies that adjust the operation of the site to your wishes are referred to as functional cookies.
In addition cookies can also be used to inform the site that a visitor was at the site before. This way statistical data about the use of the website can be collected. A well-known example of this is Google Analytics. In this context we only process anonymised information to analyse and improve the operation of the site. LegAvenueStore.com currently uses Google Analytics to collect statistics.
Information about your visitor’s behaviour can also be used to gear advertisements to your interests. LegAvenueStore.com only uses anonymised information about pages that you previously visited on LegAvenueStore.com for this.
The visitors’ profiles that LegAvenueStore.com prepares with the help of first party cookies shall never be shared with third parties and are only used to improve the quality and the relevance of LegAvenueStore.com.
What cookies does LegAvenueStore.com place?
Below you can find an overview of the first-party cookies that LegAvenueStore.com places or has placed.
What cookies can others place during a visit to LegAvenueStore.com?
LegAvenueStore.com also regularly places content of third parties. This is, for instance, the case with the various social media buttons that make it possible to share messages on LegAvenueStore.com via Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter.
In a limited manner LegAvenueStore.com also grants permission to advertisers and media agencies to recognise you as a visitor on LegAvenueStore.com and on other websites and to on the basis thereof show more relevant advertisements. As many parties in the advertising world work together it is not possible to provide a complete list of possible domains, however below we enumerate from which providers you could, for instance, receive a cookie.
Do the cookies of LegAvenueStore.com contain information about my personal data from my LegAvenueStore.com profile?
No. Your name, age, gender, and other personal data, to the extent that you entered these in your LegAvenueStore.com profile, are never stored in a cookie.
How can I reject cookies?
Without cookies it is almost impossible for us to give you the best experience as a visitor when visiting the site. This has to do with the analysis of the web statistics in order to determine what the site should look like and the navigation, however also to determine what products you have placed in your shopping bag and to log in.
How can I delete cookies?
- Delete cookies in Internet Explorer
- Go to the menu Extra > Internet Options > General tab. Click on Delete under Browser History.
- Perhaps you do not want to remove everything. Make sure that at least Cookies is ticked and then click on Delete.
- Delete cookies in Firefox
- Go to Extra > Options > Privacy tab. Click on Delete your recent history.
- Under Details you can indicate what you want to delete exactly. Make sure that at least Cookies is ticked. You can also indicate how old the cookies must be. Select All here.
- Delete cookies in Chrome
- Click on the 3 bars at the top right. Click on Options > Advanced options tab. Click on Delete browser data under Privacy.
- Make sure that Delete cookies and other site data is in any case ticked. You can also indicate how old the cookies must be. Select All here.
Questions and complaints
Should you have any questions or complaints further to this then it goes without saying that you can contact us.
This cookie overview was lastly updated on 1st April 2015.