Our Cookies Policy
1. What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that is saved on a computer or other smart device when you visit a website for the first time. A text file is stored on users’ web browsers and the web recognizes the file. The information in the text file can be used to monitor users’ browsers on the website, improve the service, etc. This allows certain information to be sent to users’ browsers, which can facilitate access to various functions.
Pick Iceland uses both cookies from the first and third parties. First-party cookies are cookies that send information only to Pick Iceland. Third-party cookies are generated due to services used Pick Iceland and send information to a website owned by a third party. The parties concerned may also link information obtained from the Pick Iceland website to other information provided by users, or information they have collected through users’ use of their services.
3. About statistical cookies
Pick Iceland uses statistics and adaptation cookies to analyze traffic on www.pickiceland.com and collect statistical information about the use of the website and the results of marketing campaigns.
The information is used to develop and improve the website’s services by gaining insight into usage and making searching for specific content easier. The cookies are also used to adapt websites and programmed to all users’ needs to improve the customer experience and display targeted product recommendations.
Information collected by third parties does not contain sensitive personal information that allows the user to be identified (e.g .name, ID number or email address) and can be turned off in settings if desired.
These cookies (e. Third-party cookies) use web lights, pixel tags and similar technology to collect and use certain information about users ‘activities online, at www.pickiceland.com, to infer users’ interests and display targeted advertisements.
Pick Iceland uses such cookies on its website (including from Google and Facebook). Third-party cookies allow these parties to recognize devices again when a user visits the website and even other websites. These cookies are used to make ads more relevant to users based on their specific interests.
5. Processing of personal information