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GDPR Privacy

The hunnypets.com site respects the privacy of its visitors in accordance with the European directives on privacy and use of cookies.
Below we give you some clarification on our policy on the use of cookies, what they are and how to use them.

What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file that a website sends to the visitor’s computer to store short strings of text. Cookies are safe and cannot damage users’ computers, steal information or violate the visitor’s privacy. Cookies are used exclusively to store some data relating to the user’s visit for statistical purposes (for example the pages visited) and to improve the use of the site.

Why does the hunnypets.com site use cookies?
The primary purpose is to make our site more effective and to better understand our visitors, to make information and services more effective and timely.

What kind of cookies does the hunnypets.com site use and why?
We use different types of cookies for various reasons:

The hunnypets.com site uses session cookies, i.e. temporary cookies that expire and are automatically deleted every time you close the browser and end your visit. These cookies are only aimed at improving the use of the site, access to content and allow comments to the blog.

In some cases we use persistent cookies. These cookies have an expiration date and therefore can remain in your browser until they expire, or until they are manually deleted. We use persistent cookies for features such as the “Stay connected” tickbox, which makes it possible for registered users to return to a site without having to download the page entirely, we also use persistent cookies to better understand the usage patterns in order to improve the site for our customers.

What other cookies could I encounter on this site?
We have set up some third-party and social sharing services on this site (for example Facebook) or some Google tracking services to improve site usage statistics. In this case, third party services such as Facebook, Google, Twitter, Pinterest may use cookies for content sharing purposes (for example to allow your authentication on Facebook).

How can I delete or disable cookies?
If you want to delete or disable cookies, see: www.allaboutcookies.org

If I disable cookies, will the site work anyway?
It is possible to visit the site even without enabling cookies, however some advanced features may be disabled as they require enabled cookies.

Where can I find more information on Cookies?
You can access the European directive on cookies online, click on the following link.

For more information on cookies or how to implement cookie control on your website, please write to us at info@hunnypets.com

 


Facebook remarketing

 


Provider

Facebook, Inc.

Purpose

Remarketing and behavioral targeting

Personal data collected

Cookies
Usage Data

Privacy Policy

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Remarketing with Google Analytics

 


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Google Inc.

Purpose

Remarketing and behavioral targeting

Personal data collected

Cookies
Usage Data

Privacy Policy

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Adwords remarketing


Provider

Google Inc.

Purpose

Remarketing and behavioral targeting

Personal data collected

Cookies
Usage Data

Privacy Policy

AdWords Remarketing is a remarketing and behavioral targeting service provided by Google Inc. that connects the activity of this Application with the Adwords advertising network and the Doubleclick Cookie.