What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files containing letters and numbers. They are sent from our web servers or our partners’ web servers and are saved in your browser or device. We use the following cookies:
– Session cookies: temporary cookies that will expire when you close your browser.
– Persistent cookies: cookies that will stay in your browser until you delete them or they expire.
– First-party cookies: cookies we set while you are using our website.
– Third-party cookies: cookies that are set by our third-party tools.
Cookies enables us to remember your choices and preferences on our service (for example; log in information, video player state and other settings) for a limited time so you don’t have to input them every time you visit our service.
The cookies we use usually improve the experience we offer you. Some parts of the service actually needs cookies to work correctly, other parts are just there to make the service more responsive. Our main use of our cookies are as following:
– Essential cookies are needed to provide our service, for example saving log in information. Our service would not
work without these cookies.
– Analytical cookies are used to collect anonymised information about how our users interact with our service. This
data will help us improve your experience.
It is possible to manage which cookies you want to accept, remove or block. Read more about managing cookies in the section “How can you manage cookies from Whalebone?”.
Cookies we use
The cookies we use and how we use them is subject to change and this policy will be updated with those changes. If you want to know of any changes you should check back on this policy from time to time to keep yourself updated.
– Session information, essential, persistent, first-party
– Session information, essential, session, third-party, Facebook Login
– Statistics information, analytical, persistent, third-party, Google Analytics
– Statistics information, analytical, persistent, third-party, Facebook Login
How can you manage cookies from Whalebone?
Your browser or device usually have specific settings for cookies. There you can manage how cookies are used, restrict them in different ways, remove them and also see what cookies are stored. See instructions for your browser or device on how to access and use these settings. You could for example choose to accept only first-party cookies, automatic removal when you restart your browser or block them all together.
If you block or remove cookies that are linked to our websites some parts of our service might not function properly.
Whalebone Interactive Music AB (publ) operates and is responsible for the service, and is the controller for the processing of personal data. We have a data protection officer and take data protection very seriously. If you have any questions regarding data protection email us at email@example.com.