In this policy, “cookie” refers to cookies or similar technologies covered by the EU Regulation on Privacy and Electronic Communications.
A cookie is a text file sent to and stored on the user’s computer. Cookies do not harm users’ computers or files. Cookies are used to collect data such as the following: downloaded pages, browser type, operating system and time of access.
You can disable cookies from your browser settings. If cookies are disabled, some services may become slower to use and some websites may become inaccessible. For example, you need to enable cookies to use an online store.
AAC Global uses advertising services provided by Google. Google is a third party using cookies on our site. It's Dart programming language and cookies set by one of its subsidiaries, DoubleClick, enable marketing to be targeted based on the user’s visit to the site. Visitors to our site may opt out of cookies set by Google and its subsidiaries by visiting Google’s ads settings: https://adssettings.google.com
Google’s advertising requirements are explained comprehensively in its advertising policies: https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/1316548?hl=en
More information about cookies set by HubSpot: https://knowledge.hubspot.com/articles/kcs_article/reports/what-cookies-does-hubspot-set-in-a-visitor-s-browser
Hotjar is an analytics and feedback tool that collects data about visitors’ online behavior. Cookies collect anonymous data about website traffic. Such data cannot be linked to an individual.
More information about cookies set by Hotjar: https://www.hotjar.com/cookies
More information about cookies set by Giosg: https://www.giosg.com/privacy-policy
AAC Global may also use Facebook pixels to target marketing. A Facebook pixel is an analytics tool that makes it possible to measure the effectiveness of advertising and understand customers’ online behavior. For example, pixel data is used to create target groups for advertisements and to display advertisements to the appropriate target groups.
AAC Global may also use LinkedIn pixels to target marketing. A LinkedIn pixel is an analytics tool that makes it possible to measure the effectiveness of advertising and understand customers’ online behavior. For example, pixel data is used to create target groups for advertisements and to display advertisements to the appropriate target groups.
AAC Global may also use commercial cookies, meaning data collected about website use, to target marketing at the users of specific browsers. This data can be used to create target group segments based on the websites visited by the users of specific browsers over a certain period of time. Target group segments make it possible to target advertising at users based on their probable interests. This enables AAC Global to display marketing messages that are topical and useful for visitors.
More information about cookies and about preventing or deleting them is available in your mobile phone’s instruction manual.
You can continue to use our website even if you disable cookies, but some functionalities may not work correctly.
Storage times have been determined for all cookie types used by AAC Global in accordance with their purpose of use.
We use the following types of cookies:
Session cookies are temporary cookies that are stored on your device to monitor the session. These cookies ensure the functionality of site services, such as chat and forms, as well as easy browsing. These cookies are automatically deleted at the end of the session.
Persistent cookies are stored on your device for a predetermined period of time. These cookies enable your browser to remember the choices you make on the website, making the site easier to use. We use persistent cookies to accelerate signing in to our portal, to allow bookmarks and to target marketing based on your choices. The storage times for persistent cookies typically range between 6 and 24 months.
Third-party cookies are set by third-party sites, such as Google. These cookies are used to target marketing and to monitor and analyze site activity. The storage times for third-party cookies typically range between 6 and 24 months.
The policy was prepared by AAC Global’s marketing department.