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What are cookies?

Nixon’s European websites use “cookies” to help personalize your experience on Nixon.com, help us remember the pages you have visited, measure the effectiveness of marketing initiatives and identify and resolve errors. The only personal information a cookie can contain is information you supply yourself. Cookies cannot harm your computer and we do not store personally identifiable information such as credit card details. A cookie cannot read data off your hard disk, read cookie files created by other sites, carry malware or install viruses on your computer. Generally, cookies work by assigning a unique number to the user that has no meaning outside the assigning site. This random number lets us keep track of consumer behavior without knowing who those customers are.

Cookies that are set by the domain of the site you are visiting (for example Nixon.com) are called First Party cookies. First Party cookies are commonly used to remember who you are as you move from page to page, or as you return to the site in subsequent visits. These cookies can only be read by the domain that set them.

Cookies that are set by domains other than the one you are visiting are called Third Party cookies. Third Party cookies are used to track users across sites, for example to tailor advertising to you. We do have relationships with selected 3rd parties who may set cookies during your visit.

Most web browsers have cookies enabled automatically. If you do not want information collected through the use of cookies, most browsers allow you to enable or disable the cookie feature. Please refer to your browser’s help section for specific instructions on how to manage cookies. You can also simply manage your cookie preferences by checking the appropriate boxes below. Because cookies are used throughout our websites, disabling them may prevent you from using certain parts of the site.

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