Last update: February 2021
1.1 What are cookies?
Cookies are tiny text files that websites use to ensure the site functions correctly, to make user experiences more efficient, or to provide information to the site owner.
These text files are stored on your device. You can delete them at any time by accessing your browser settings.
1.2 What cookies does FOx BIOSYSTEMS collect, and for what purpose?
FOx BIOSYSTEMS uses a range of cookies. We classify them based on their function. We use these cookies exclusively for the purposes listed below, and not for any other purpose that is incompatible with the original purpose. We have listed the cookies in tables, to be as clear as possible about which cookies we use.
Although we’ve made every effort to create a complete list of the cookies we use, it’s possible that some cookies may be replaced by other cookies which are not listed in the tables below. For this reason, this policy may be amended from time to time.
1.2.1 Functional cookies
Functional cookies make your visit to our website easier and more enjoyable. For example, these cookies allow a website or app to remember certain settings, such as your language, layout and color preferences. We use functional cookies to increase user-friendliness.
|Cookie Name||Valid For||Description|
|Duration of session||Technical cookies that stores viewport, resolution and runtime info to optimize screen visualization. Does not collect any personal information.|
1.2.2 Performance cookies
We use performance cookies to collect information about how internet users are using our website (pages visited, average length of the visit, etc.). This helps us improve the general functioning of our website.
|Cookie Name||Valid For||Description|
|_ga||2 years||Google Analytics. Unique value for each user, allowing us to differentiate between various users.|
|_gid||1 day||Google Analytics. This cookie is used to group the user behavior together for each user. Unique value for each page visited|
|_gat_UA-*||1 minute||Google Analytics. This cookie is used for throttling requests to Google Analytics to increase efficiency of network calls.|
1.2.3 Third party cookies and web sites
Our website does not set the cookies from the other websites discussed below, but we do embed content (e.g. Vimeo videos) and link to other sites (e.g. to LinkedIn) that will set cookies of their own.
We’ve listed some of these websites below.
We link to our LinkedIn company page in our website footer. LinkedIn will set its own cookies if you visit their website.
We embed videos from our official Vimeo channel. This may set cookies on your computer once you click on the Vimeo video player, but Vimeo will not store personally-identifiable cookie information for playbacks of embedded videos using the privacy-enhanced mode.
1.3 How can I change my cookie settings?
You can prevent cookies from being stored on your device via your web browser settings.
Click the links below for more information:
- Cookies in Internet Explorer
- Cookies in Mozilla Firefox
- Cookies in Google Chrome
- Cookies in Apple Safari
You can also delete cookies that are already stored on your computer or mobile device.
In order to opt out from Google Analytics for all websites, you can go to http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.
Please note that when you disable certain Cookies of which we are making use, the possibility exists that certain parts of our website will no longer function properly, and you will no longer enjoy an optimal user experience.
1.4 Should I allow or block cookies?
Most web browsers are configured to automatically accept cookies. But you can manually configure your browser to either accept or block cookies (see paragraph 3).
Note: Many websites do not function properly if cookies are disabled.