A cookie is a file which is downloaded on your computer when you access certain web pages. Among other things, cookies allow a web page to store and retrieve information about user or device-specific browsing habits. Depending on the information which they contain, and the way the equipment is used, they can also be used to recognise the user.
TEAMING does not use "spamming" techniques and will only process the data that the User transmits via the electronic form provided on this website or by email.
Cookies can be divided into session-only and permanent, according to how long they last. The former expire when the User closes their browser. The latter expire when they've completed their designated purpose (for example, keeping the User identified in the website's Services) or can be manually deleted.
REGISTRATION COOKIES: Registration cookies are generated once the User has registered or previously opened their session, and are used to identify them in the Services section with the following objectives in mind:
Keeping track of the user. If a Service is closed and then reopened using the same browser or computer, the user will remain identified, making for easier site navigation. This mode can be switched off by clicking “close session”, which eliminates the cookie and means the User must open the session again to be identified the next time they use the Service in question.
ANALYTIC COOKIES: Each time a User visits a Service, a tool created by an external provider (specifically, Google Analytics and any others which might be added to this list in the future) generates an analytical cookie in the User's computer. This cookie, which is only created by visits, is used to anonymously track the User's subsequent visits to this web page. The main reasons for this include:
- Allowing anonymous tracking of browsing Users via the “cookie” (only browsers and devices are identified, not people). This means approximate numbers of visits and visit times can be recorded.
- Identifying (again, anonymously) the most often-visited, and therefore most relevant content for Users
- To know if the User who is browsing is new or a repeat visit.
Normally, it's possible to set browsers to reject cookies, or to stop accepting the cookies of one Service in particular.
All modern browsers allow you to update cookie preferences. These setting are normally found in “Options” or “Settings” in your browser menu. Here, you can also configure your browser or email provider, as well as install free tools to help you avoid downloading Web Bugs when you open an email.
We offer guidance on how to access the cookie preferences menu, and, where necessary, on browsing privacy in each of the main browsers:
- Internet Explorer: Tools -> Internet Options -> Privacy -> Settings. For more information, please consult Microsoft's customer help services, or the Help section of your browser.
- Firefox: Tools -> Options -> Privacy -> History -> Personalized Setup. For more information, please consult Mozilla's customer help services, or the Help section of your browser.
- Chrome: Configuration -> Show advanced options -> Privacy -> Content settings. For more information, please consult Google's customer help services, or the Help section of your browser.
- Safari: Preferences -> Security. For more information, please consult Apple's customer help services, or the Help section of your browser.
Some functions of the Services will be disabled, such as, for example, the ability to remain identified and receive location-specific information.