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WHAT ARE COOKIES?

Cookies are simple, small text files that are stored on the hard disc or in the memory of your computer. Cookies cannot damage your computer or the files that are stored on it. In our privacy statement, we explain further what data we collect, how we collect it and what we do with it.

FIRST-PARTY COOKIES

First-party cookies are placed by the website that the user visits: the website that is shown in the address bar.

THIRD-PARTY COOKIES

Third-party cookies are cookies that are placed by a different domain from the one visited by the user. If a user visits a website and a separate company places a cookie via that website, it would be a third-party cookie.

THE COOKIES MENTIONED ARE SUBDIVIDED

FUNCTIONAL COOKIES

We can use functional cookies that are not essential, but that do enable certain useful functions on our website. These functional cookies are used to make the use of the website easier. They can retain particular settings.

ANALYTIC COOKIES

These are cookies that collect information about the behaviour of website visitors and the performance of the website. Based on the results, the website can be improved and visitors get a better user experience. The cookies do not collect any personal data.

WHICH DO WE USE

FIRST-PARTY COOKIES - FUNCTIONAL COOKIES

COOKIE NOTIFICATION
  • Name
    consent
  • Description
    We use this cookie to remember whether you have closed the cookie notification or not.
    Without this cookie, the notification cannot be closed permanently.
  • Duration
    It is retained for a maximum of 12 months
LANGUAGE PREFERENCE
  • Name
    preferences, languageCode
  • Description
    We use this cookie to remember the language preference you selected during a previous visit to the website or another page.
    Without this cookie, you will have to set your language again during a subsequent visit to www.trust.com. As standard, this is English.
  • Duration
    It is retained for a maximum of 12 months
FUNCTIONAL
  • Name
    functional
  • Description
    We use this cookie to remember that you are logged in.
    Without this cookie, you cannot log in.
  • Duration
    It is retained for a maximum of 12 months

THIRD-PARTY COOKIES - FUNCTIONAL COOKIES

STATISTICS

Via our website, a cookie from the American firm Google is placed as part of the Analytics services. We use these services to record how visitors use the website and with what equipment and to receive reports on this. Google can supply this information to third parties if they are legally obliged to, or insofar as third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. We have no influence on this. We have not permitted this organisation to use the analytics information obtained for other services.

The information that Google collects is anonymised. Expressly, no IP address is included. The information is transferred to and stored by Google on servers in the United States and is protected with an https connection.

By accepting this cookie, you do give permission that we may use your whole IP address in Google Analytics. We only use the IP address to determine from where you visit the website. For the optimisation, improvement and analyses, only the web development team can see the data.

You can read in Google’s privacy statement (which may change at any time) what Google does with your personal data that it possibly collects with these cookies.

Cookies that Google Analytics uses to update visitor statistics.

  • Name analytics
  • Description
    The Google Analytics cookies are used
    • to measure how often you visit the site, including the first and most recent visits
    • to determine what the origin of the visitor is, for example a search engine or a reference site, and also any search terms and the region.
    • to slow down the search speed
    Without this cookie, the full IP address is not processed.
  • Duration
    It is retained for a maximum of 12 months

HOW CAN THEY BE REMOVED

You can decide yourself whether you want to accept or refuse cookies by changing the .

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