Cookies are small data or text files placed on your local computer by websites or applications. Such cookies may serve a variety of purposes. A distinction is made between functional cookies (e.g. when you make a language selection) and (temporary) session cookies.
2. What is the purpose of cookies?
In order to be able to use the OrthoLine website, it is recommended that you enable cookies. If cookies are deactivated, we may not be able to guarantee you a visit to our website that is free of technical problems. However, you are free to disable cookies.
3. What kind of cookies does OrthoLine use?
We distinguish the following types of cookies according to their purpose:
Essential / strictly necessary cookies:
These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of our website and cannot be deactivated. They are set in response to actions you take on our website, such as setting your privacy settings, login credentials or filling out our forms. These cookies make it easier for you to navigate through our website (for example, to return to a previous page, etc.).
These cookies are not necessary for the proper functioning of our website, but they do help us to provide you with an enhanced and personalized user experience.
Thanks to these cookies, we can offer you an optimal and personalized experience of our website. These cookies may be placed on your computer by OrthoLine or by external providers whose services we have added to our pages.
Analytical cookies :
With these cookies, we can analyse visits to our website and traffic to our website so that we can measure and improve the performance of our website. These cookies allow us to see which pages are most popular and what the browsing habits of our visitors are.
We use our own cookies.
First Party Cookies:
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4. How do I manage my cookies?
Please ensure that cookies are enabled in your browser.
If you visit the OrthoLine website, it is recommended that you enable cookies. However, you are free to disable cookies via your browser settings. In order to manage cookies, you need to do the following:
5. What are my rights?
Since cookies may involve the processing of your personal data, you have the right to a legitimate and secure processing of your personal data. As an individual concerned by the processing of your personal data, you have the following rights:
Right of opposition: if there are compelling and legitimate reasons, you may object to the processing of your personal data.
Right of access: any person who proves his/her identity has a right of access to information regarding the existence or otherwise of processing of his/her personal data, as well as to information regarding the purposes of the processing, the categories of data processed, the categories of recipients to whom the data are communicated and the length of time the personal data are kept.
Right of correction: inaccurate or incomplete personal data can always be corrected, or even erased, at the request of the data subject.