By continuing to use this website you agree that we can place cookies and other similar technology on your device, including mobile device, per your agreement with our cookie consent manager. By continuing to use your mobile device to access this website, you agree that the following information may be collected: your unique device identifier, mobile device IP address, information about your device’s operating system, mobile carrier and your location information (to the extent permissible under applicable law).
At T-Dynamics, we use “cookies” and other automated technologies to collect certain information about visitors, such as how many users visit our site and the most viewed web pages.
This technology does not track or store any information which could be used to identify you as an individual, rather it records your Web site visit anonymously. By collecting this information, we can better understand what areas of our website interest our visitors, and learn how to best tailor our site and our advertising to them.
Other ways we make our online service easier to use include using cookies that:
- give you a better online experience
- allow you to set personal preferences
- protect your security
- measure and improve our service
- work with partners like LinkedIn and measure marketing
2. What is a Cookie?
Cookie is a small text file sent by our site to your computer when you visit it. A cookie is the term given to describe a type of message that is given to a Web browser by a Web server. It’s then sent back to us each time you go to our website.
Cookies are used by websites for a lot of practical reasons: none of which are meant to be harmful for you. In fact, they’re designed to make your online experience go smooth and easy. You could say it’s primary duties is to identify you to a regular website visitor or customer, present to you customized Web pages (based on what information the cookie has on you) and make it quick and easy to log in to a site.
3. What information is kept by the cookie?
- The name of the cookie.
- The value of the cookie.
- The expiration date of the cookie – this determines how long the cookie will remain active in your browser.
- The path the cookie is valid for – this sets the URL path the cookie us valid in. Web pages outside of that path cannot use the cookie.
- The domain the cookie is valid for. This makes the cookie accessible to pages on any of the servers when a site uses multiple servers in a domain.
- The need for a secure connection – this indicates that the cookie can only be used under a secure server condition, such as a site using SSL.
4. How do cookies affect the privacy?
You can visit our website without revealing any personal information. The security and safety of your personal information is very important to us. Where personal information is supplied, we will take appropriate actions to protect them.
5. Do you use any cookies from third party companies?
Some cookies we use are from third party companies, such as Google Analytics to provide us with web analytics and intelligence about our sites. Google use programming code to collect information about your interaction with our sites, such as the pages you visit, the links you click on and how long you are on our sites. This code is only active while you are on a T-Dynamics website. For more information on how this company collect and use information on our behalf, please refer to its privacy policies – Google at Google Privacy & Terms.
6. Types of cookies
- session cookie
These cookies are also called a transient cookie, and they are erased when the user closes the Web browser. The session cookies are stored in temporary memory and is not retained after the browser is closed. Session cookies do not collect information from the user’s computer. They typically will store information in the form of a session identification that does not personally identify the user.
- persistent cookie
Also called a permanent cookie, or a stored cookie, a cookie that is stored on your hard drive until it expires (persistent cookies are set with expiration dates) or until you delete the cookie. Persistent cookies are used to collect identifying information about the user, such as Web surfing behavior or user preferences for a specific Web site.
7. Which cookies does T-Dynamics use?
When you use the digital products and services offered on our web page, the following categories of cookies may be set on your device:
- Strictly Necessary Cookies
These cookies are essential and they are enabling you moving around the site in order to use its features and are automatically enables when you see this site. You cannot switch them off because the site will not function properly without them.
These cookies do not gather information about you that could be used for marketing or remembering where you’ve been on the internet.
- Functionality Cookies
These cookies allow a site to remember choices you make (such as your user name, language or the region you are in) and provide more enhanced, personal features. The information these cookies collect is anonymised which means we can’t identify you personally. They do not gather any information about you that could be used for selling advertising or remembering where you’ve been on the internet, but do help with serving advertising.
- Performance cookies
These cookies collect information about your visit and use of this website, for instance which pages you visit the most often, and if you get error messages from web pages. These cookies don’t collect information that identifies a visitor. All information these cookies collect is anonymous and is only used to improve how this website works.
Here is a list of the main cookies we use on our website:
|Cookie name||Type||Purpose description|
|_gat||HTTP||Used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate|
|Cookie name||Type||Purpose description|
|_ga||HTTP||Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website|
|_gid||HTTP||Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website|
8. What if I don’t want cookies?
9. Managing cookies in your browser·
- How to manage cookies in Internet Explorer
Cookie settings in most versions of Internet Explorer can be found by clicking the tools option and then the privacy tab.
- How to manage cookies in Chrome
Click on the spanner icon on the toolbar, select settings, the scroll to the bottom of the page, click on Advance Settings, then choose Content Settings and then click on Cookies.
- How to manage cookies in Firefox
Cookie settings in Firefox are managed in the Options window’s Privacy panel. See Options window – Privacy Panel for information on these settings.
- How to manage cookies in Opera
You can manage cookies in Opera if you click on settings, then Advanced, then Privacy & Security, then Content Settings and finally Cookies
- How to manage cookies in Safari
Choose Settings, then Preferences and then click Privacy. You should then be able to specify if and when Safari should accept cookies.
To manage cookies on your mobile phone please consult your manual or handbook. Get more help about how cookies work with specific browsers: http://www.aboutcookies.org
10. Policy Changes
If you have any questions concerning this privacy statement, the way of work or your experience of this website, you can contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org