We use a number of different types of cookies on this web site: Mandatory technical and session cookies: These cookies are vital for users to browse through our web site and benefit fully from its functionalities, such as access to certain secure web pages. Without these cookies, it may not be possible to provide you with certain services that you might request. The following mandatory cookies may be used on the web site:
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Functional and performance cookies: These cookies enable the web site to record your configuration choices in order to provide you with enhanced and personalised functionalities. These cookies can for instance be used to memorise the modifications that you have made to the text size, font and other parts of the web pages that you have visited. They can also be used to provide you with certain services that you may have requested such as watching a video. These cookies cannot monitor your browsing activity on other web sites and do not gather any information about you that may be used for advertising purposes.
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The following performance cookies are used on the web site: None listed Audience analytics cookies: These cookies are used to gather information about the way in which visitors use our web site, such as the most visited pages or the displaying of error messages on certain pages. All the information gathered by these cookies is anonymised and it is gathered for the sole purpose of developing and monitoring the traffic trends on our web site in order to improve the way in which it operates. This information is used solely by Dunton Technologies and is not shared with third parties. The following analytics audience measurement cookies are used on the web site:
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Targeted advertising cookies: Targeted advertising cookies are used to assess the effectiveness of an advertising campaign by enabling the insertion of advertisements specifically targeted to users, whose recurrence is limited.
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- If a user is a registered user
- If we send you a targeted e-mail comprising web beacons, cookies, or similar technologies, we will know if you open, read or delete this message.
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ACCEPTING OR REJECTING COOKIES
Dunton Technologies enables you to manage and configure the cookies that you accept as well as to decide whether to accept or reject all or part of the cookies that are inserted on your device. Please note however that the deactivation of cookies may lead to the alteration or loss of some settings or information. Should you opt to reject cookies, this might alter your browsing experience or make it difficult to browse our web site. In order to enable a continuous access to your cookie’s settings and your full control of the collected data, Dunton Technologies provides you a consent managing tool clicking on the button below: Please click here to change the accepted cookies levels
Should you not wish to receive cookies from our web site, you can configure your browser accordingly. To that end, please follow the appropriate instructions below depending on what browser you use:
If using Internet Explorer
- Select the “Tools” menu, then “Internet Options”.
- Click on the “Confidentiality” tab.
- Select the desired level using the slide.
If using Firefox
- Select “Tools” > “Options”.
- Click on the “Privacy & Security” option.
If using Safari
- Select the “Safari” menu.
- Click on the “Preferences” option.
- Click on the “Privacy” option.
- Click on “Manage Website Data”.
If using Google Chrome
- Open Chrome.
- At the top right-hand corner, click on “More parameters”.
- Under “Confidentiality and security”, click on “Cookies and Other Website Data”.
- Click on “Show all cookies and website data”.
- Click on “Erase”.
- Confirm by clicking on “Delete all”.