Cookie notice

On this website, we use cookies and other similar technologies, usually jointly referred to as cookies. Different cookies are used for various reasons. Here we describe the different types of cookies we use and why, and your optional settings regarding cookies.

You choose if you want to consent to us placing cookies that are necessary on your device. Your consent means that we will gather information about how you use the website, which may be combined with other information we have about you.

Haypp AB (below referred to as “Haypp”), is responsible for placing cookies from the website Haypp.com/uk (“the Website”) and the controller for the processing of your personal data which is sometimes collected via cookies when you visit the Website.

For more information about our processing of personal data, take a look at our Integrity Notice. In that notice, you will also find our contact information if you have any questions about our use of cookies or anything else.

What Is a cookie?

The type of cookie that we all know about is a tasty treat. However, in the digital world, a cookie is usually a small text file that is stored on, and during later visits retrieved from, your computer, mobile phone or equivalent device with internet connection when you visit this Website.

To find out more general information about cookies, please visit the websites aboutcookies.org.uk and www.allaboutcookies.com.

 Different types of cookies

 

There are two types of cookies based on how long they are stored on your device: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are stored temporarily on your device when you visit a website and is automatically deleted when you close the browser. Persistent cookies are stored on your device for a certain period until you, or the server sending them, deletes them.

There are also two types of cookies based on who the sender is: first-party cookies and third-party cookies. First-party cookies are placed by the website you are visiting. Third-party cookies are placed by another domain and thus do not originate from Haypp, but from one of our partners.

We use all four types of cookies on this Website.

Cookies can also be divided into different categories based on their purpose. For this reason, we have divided our cookies into four categories: necessary, performance, functionality and marketing. These categories are explained in more detail in the section below.

 

Cookies used on this Website

For us, all cookies are important since they help us to give you the best user experience of our website. But we also realize that you may be of a different opinion, and we value your integrity and your right to block cookies which are not necessary.

To enable you to chose which cookies you wish to consent to on this Website in an easy manner, we have divided all our cookies into four categories based on their purpose. Here we explain why we use these different categories of cookies and what you gain by giving your consent. You chose in your Cookie settings the categories you want to consent to.

• Necessary cookies are required for you to use basic functions on this Website, for example to securely log into your account and add products to the shopping cart.

• Performance cookies allow us to analyze how visitors use and navigates on the Website, to measure the effectiveness of our online marketing and communication, and to understand what interests our visitors, so we can improve the performance of the Website. For instance, by reviewing statistics, discover and fix errors, and to adjust the design of the Website.

• Functionality cookies are used by us to recognize you as a returning visitor to the Website, to give you a better user experience, for example by remembering your settings and if you are logged into your account.

• Marketing cookies register your individual activity to the Website, such as the pages you visit and the links you interact with. By tracking and analyzing your online behavior, we can tailor the content, functions and offers on the Website so they are relevant for you based on your preferences. We may also share this information with others to get our communication across. Since we collaborate with affiliate networks, application developers and other service providers to market Haypp elsewhere than on this Website, this means that information about you may be shared and used to give you personalized offers on other websites and applications, and to analyze the effectiveness of our offers.

Do you feel unsure about what marketing cookies means? If so, you can find more general information about internet-based advertisement by the use of cookies on the website www.youronlinechoices.com.

 

If you wish to review and read more detailed information about all the cookies we use on the Website, you can find it the exhaustive list in our Table of Cookies.

Use of Google Analytics

 

Haypp uses Google Analytics to gather information about how our visitors use the Website in order to evaluate how we can improve and further develop it.

Google Analytics is a tool which uses third-party cookies from Google to collect information on how the visitor interacts with the Website. The information contained in these cookies, including your IP address, will be shared with Google, and stored and used by Google Analytics on servers in the USA.

If you wish to avoid being tracked by Google, they offer a free add-on which can be installed in your browser. This add-on from Google can be found on https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.

 

How to avoid cookies 

There are mainly three different ways to avoid or delete unwanted cookies.

If you have given your consent to the use of cookies on the Website, but later on wish to withdraw or modify your consent, you can do this at any time by changing your settings under Cookie settings.

You can also block or limit certain types of cookies in your browser’s security settings. This setting typically means that your browser will automatically decline storage of cookies or inform you every time a website requires to store cookies on your device.

Lastly, you can review and delete the persistent cookies which have been stored on your device after a visit on this Website via the security settings of your browser.

Kindly note that if you chose to block or limit cookies on this Website, some services and functions may be inaccessible. You may also be required to enter your password on several occasions during the same session.

Changes to this notice 

Kindly note that we may change the information in this cookie notice when needed, for example if we want to clarify something or if we change the way we use cookies.

It is your responsibility to read through this notice every time you visit the Website. To find out if any changes has been made, you can see the date of the last update below.

This notice was last updated on October 10th 2020.