Cookies

What are cookies?

When you visit a website, it may store or retrieve information through your browser. This usually happens in the form of cookies. Cookies are small text files that can be used by websites to make the user experience more efficient. Cookies may be stored on your device if they are absolutely necessary for the operation of this website. For all other types of cookies, we need your permission.

 

Protection of your data

This site uses different types of cookies. Some cookies are placed on our webpages by third-party providers. This information may be about you, your settings or your device, and is largely used to make the site work the way you expect it to. You cannot usually be identified directly from the information stored in cookies, but it can give you a more personal web experience. Further information on cookies can be found in our Privacy Policy.

 

Customer information on cookies used

 

Name Category* Duration Validity Description
lbcookie 1 Session wlc-online.com Technical cookie used for load distribution of the website system.
TS01* 1 Session wlc-online.com not specified
privacy 1 100 years wlc-online.com Technical cookie that stores information on how you have responded to the cookie banner notice about the use of cookies.

 

*Cookie categories

1. Technical - cookies that are essential for functionality

Technically necessary cookies are required for the website to function properly and cannot be deactivated. Without these cookies, certain parts of the website or requested services cannot be made available.

2. Function - cookies to save selected settings

Functional cookies help cache settings made by users on the website. These are, for example, the selected language. This enables hints and simplifications tailored to use. Activities on third-party websites are not recorded.

3. Performance & analysis - cookies for performance optimisation and analysis

Analysis cookies enable visits and page views to be counted so that the performance of the website can be measured, technical problems detected and starting points for optimisation found. Cookies for example also help to identify which pages are viewed most frequently or only rarely, and to ascertain how users navigate around the website. All information collected by these cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. If users do not permit these cookies, it will not be possible to identify which website a visitor visited or how the website performed when they visited.

4. Individual - cookies to personalise your user experience

Analysis cookies enable extended functionalities and personalisation. Personalised service recommendations or information tailored to the customer can be displayed and made available this way. This data is only available within the company’s internal computer centre and is not used for other purposes or made available to third parties. If users do not allow these cookies, some or all of these services may not be fully available.

5. Third-party providers - cookies for target group-oriented marketing

Analysis cookies of third-party providers may be placed by analysis partners and advertising partners. They may be used by these companies to profile a user’s interests and display relevant information or advertising to that user on other websites. They also allow the display of product reviews of other users for a better purchase decision. These cookies do not store any personal data, but are based on the unique recognition of the user’s browser and Internet device. If users do not allow these cookies, less-targeted advertising or relevant information may be displayed on other websites.