What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file that your browser receives from a website. The file is stored on the device you are on when you visit a web page and sent to the web page each time you visit it. These cookies do not personally identify you, nor are they harmful.
Why are cookies used?
Cookies help websites remember information about past visits and help you get a better experience on the website.
For example, the information collected may be information about where you come from, what browser you use and how to navigate our website.
By using our website, you agree that we may store cookies in your browser.
Defigo’s web pages utilize Google Analytics, and this analytics service uses its cookies to collect statistics on the use of the web pages and navigation information on the web pages. The statistics help us to improve our website, IP addresses are anonymized.
How can I manage the cookies?
Most browsers are automatically set to accept cookies. If you want to remove this consent, you can change your browser settings. But, please note, if you do this, some websites may not work optimally. Some websites require the acceptance of cookies to perform various actions on the site.
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