1.1 What are cookies and why do we use them?
A cookie is a small text file that saves information about your visit to a certain website. The reason for this is to make the user experience the best possible for the visitors. Cookies can for examples save information on certain preferences or choices made by the user in order to make the website experience better. Cookies can also give us information on what kind of device a visitor browses our website (if it is a mobile phone or a desktop computer for example), how much time a visitor spends on a certain webpage on the site, and more. With this information, we can see the behaviours of our visitors and build our website to reflect what visitors tend to like the most. These cookies are optional and you can easily turn off or delete cookies in your browser settings (see links further down).
1.2 Different types of cookies
Some main categories of cookies are the following:
- Session “temporary” cookies: These are used while you browse a website and is needed in order for the website to work as good as possible, as intended. As soon as you close the browser, these session cookies will be deleted.
- Functional “permanent” cookie: These are used in order to save certain preferences or settings made by the user so that these preferences are shown again the next visit. This allows for a more personalized visit to a website.
- Analytical cookie: These are used for analytical purposes, for example with Google Analytics, so that a website owner can gain statistics on the user behaviours of a website and with that info make it possible to change the website so that the user experience gets better. If we, for example, see that most visitors use more mobile devices instead of computers, it might be a good idea to build the website with a focus on mobile use.
1.3 How you can manage cookies
As a visitor, you can decide how you want to handle and manage cookies when you visit a website. If you want, you can delete already saved cookies and also choose to not save cookies at all in your browser. However, you need to understand that if you decline or reject cookies, the website might not work as fully intended.
Go here in order to see how you can manage cookies depending on the type of browser you use.
Go here if you want to opt out of Google Analytics.
2.1 Non-personal data
Non-personal data is information that can not be linked to an identifiable person. We collect some non-personal data such as what device you use when you browse our website, how much time you spend on our website and such things. We do this in order to make the user experience of our website better by improving the website based on the data we receive from the collective visits of our users.
2.2 Personal data
Personal data is information relating to an identifiable person. We use Google Analytics (a web analytics tool by Google Inc. “Google”) and through this tool, we indirectly collect your IP (internet protocol) address in order to see the location where our traffic comes from. With this information, we can build our website to in the best of ways to best suit the location/market where we get our traffic from. You can opt-out of Google Analytics by clicking the link in section 1.3.
2.3 Third parties access to your data
Third parties with access to the mentioned data are:
- Google Analytics, an analytical tool for visitor statistics – Read more and opt out on link in section 1.3.
2.4 Protection of data
At Casino-Bonus.com, we use SSL encryption (SHA-256 with RSA) to protect and secure the data and information. We are always looking for best practices and try to follow industry-leading standards in ways to protect and secure this data.