This is applicable if you are using our services; subscribing to Jirlie, using any of our trial versions, requesting for a demo or contacting us for enquiry via e-mail.
Cookies and other technologies are used to enable certain features within online services, such as the recognition of a user, to save preferences of a user, user-unique transactions or transaction-related data, and for additional security when a user logs in to his user account. Furthermore, cookies are used to collect information about the use of an online service and improve its use and make it more efficient. These technologies are also used by almost all online services – which may also be offered by third parties – to detect whether the online service has already been called up with the same device and browser in order to adapt and, in some cases, vary the content displayed.
Cookies and other technologies can be set and used by Neu Ocean, but also by third parties who are not part of Neu Ocean, but whose content is integrated within our online service. This includes content such as videos, online-based applications, or analytical tools that help us to improve this online service, as well as content that is user-enabled, such as clicks on "share" buttons with content from social media such as Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter. For third-party cookies, this Policy applies equally. Whether a cookie comes from a first-party vendor or a third-party vendor depends on the domain that places the cookie. First-party cookies are cookies placed by the online service that the user visits. Third-party cookies are cookies placed by a domain other than the domain of the online service that the user visits. Third-party providers place their cookies in the online service of the first-party provider, as long as they provide technologies that the first-party provider uses or provides to its users within its online service. Neu Ocean has agreed on Commissioned Data Processing Agreements or comparable agreements according to Art. 28 (3) GDPR with these third-party providers.
Cookies can only be read from the online service from which the cookie originated. Cookies do not collect personal information stored on your device. Cookies are just the key to connecting to personal information, if it has been collected at all.