What is a cookie? A cookie is a small text file that is stored by the computer when a user visits a website. The text stores information that the website is able to read on the user’s subsequent visits. Some of these cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the website, while others are useful for the user as they can safely store data such as the username or language. The advantage of having cookies installed on your computer is that you no longer need to fill out the same information every time you view a website that you have previously visited.
This type of cookie ensures the correct functioning of particular sections of the website. These fall into two categories: persistent and session cookies:
These cookies are sent from our domain and are required to view the website correctly and for the technical services offered. Therefore, they will always be used and sent unless the user changes his/her browser settings (in turn affecting how the webpages are viewed).
for sharing on some of the major social networks (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube). Whenever the user chooses to interact with plug-ins, i.e. accessing the website after logging in through his/her Facebook or Twitter account, some personal information may be acquired by the social network platform operators (such as the user’s visit to the website). The website does not have access to the data that is collected and processed independently by social network platform operators.
For further information about the logic and methods used to process data collected by social network, users are encouraged to read the privacy statements produced by the entities providing the services in question:
These cookies are needed to create user profiles in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the user within the pages of the website.
In accordance with current legislation, Destination Everywhere is not required to seek consent for technical and analytics cookies, inasmuch as these cookies are required to provide the services requested.
For all other types of cookies, consent may be provided by the user in one or more of the following ways:
Both of these solutions may prevent the user from using or viewing parts of the website.
You can change your browser to disable cookies by following a very simple procedure. Please note: by disabling cookies, both the username and password will no longer be stored in the website’s login box.
If your browser is not listed here, you can request more information by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll provide you with the information you need for safe and anonymous browsing.