What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that are sent along with pages of the Website and are stored by the browser of the Website visitor on the hard disk of his or her computer. The information stored on the hard disk of the visitor’s computer can be used when the latter visits the Website again, so that an insight can be gained into, for example, the behaviour of the Website visitor.
What cookies does Friendly Fire use and for what purposes?
Friendly Fire also uses tracking or marketing cookies, as they are called. These cookies are only used, however, if the Website visitor has given permission for this use. Friendly Fire uses these cookies to show personalized ads to Website visitors. The cookies that Friendly Fire uses are from Facebook, Doubleclick, Mathtag, Adform & AddThis.
The Website also contains buttons that are linked to social networks, including Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube. These buttons allow the social networks concerned to place cookies. Friendly Fire has no influence on the use of these cookies and refers the Website visitor to the relevant websites for more information about these cookies.
An extensive overview of the cookies used by Friendly Fire and the applicable storage periods can be found here.
Rights of the Website visitor
Questions and/or comments regarding this cookie statement can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.