Last update: September 2022
What are cookies?
Session cookies are temporary and cease to exist when the browsing session ends by closing the browser.
Permanent cookies, however, remain on the device after the browsing session is over. These cease to exist only after a certain time.
Our website includes our own cookies as well as third-party cookies.
Own cookies are cookies managed by Mediately.
Third-party cookies are cookies managed by suppliers or partners, and Mediately has allowed them to be stored on the visitor's device through tools or elements embedded in the website.
Storing cookies on your device
The law stipulates that cookies may be stored on your device without your consent only if they are strictly necessary for the operation of this website. We need your permission before storing all other types of cookies, which you can adjust or withdraw at any time.
Cookies used by Mediately and their purpose
Depending on your permission, the website stores various cookies on your device. Depending on the purpose, they can be divided into the following categories:
- Necessary cookies:
These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the website, as they enable functions such as navigating the website and accessing secure parts of the website. They also allow the site to remember certain settings, such as language settings.
- Analytics cookies:
These cookies help us improve website visits by collecting data and analyzing visitor interactions with it.
- Advertisement cookies:
These cookies are used to enable third party features such as video players and social networking features. In addition, these cookies allow us to track the way we browse, so that we can personally customize our ads and display ads in third-party media.
Use of third party cookies
We work with trusted partners who store third-party cookies that allow them to use tracking technologies to target or re-target you with general and personalized ads while you browse the Internet. These partners may collect information about your visits to our sites or applications, as well as about your interactions with our communication materials, including advertising.
The partners who collect and process personal data on our behalf are data processors.
However, some partners do not collect and process personal data only on our behalf, but also for their own purposes. For such collection and exchange of personal data, Mediately is the data controller together with our partners. However, we do not control any further processing. In this part, our partners are independent data controllers.
Processing of personal data
How to Manage Consent and Reject Cookies
If you do not want Mediately to store or read cookies on your equipment, you have the option to change or withdraw your consent by changing the settings in the cookie statement.
You can also remove cookies manually. In most browsers, you can open the browser data deletion menu by pressing [CTRL] + [SHIFT] + [Delete]. You can also find the menu in the browser settings. Depending on the browser you use, you can also visit aboutcookies.org (English) for comprehensive instructions on how to remove cookies in many different browsers.
Some information collected through cookies is used to personalize the ads you receive while browsing the Internet. Changing your cookie settings may be enough to prevent you from receiving customized ads.
If you generally don't want to receive personalized ads on the Internet, various providers allow you to turn off such ads on their site. For information about external providers who process cookie data from our website for personalized advertising, see the list of cookies stored by the website and find links to their websites.
You can also visit the Addchoice website to manage personalized ad settings from many other ad networks.
Cookies are small text files that websites use to make the user experience more effective.
By law, cookies can be stored on your device in case they are absolutely necessary for the operation of the site. We need your permission for all other types of cookies.
This site uses different types of cookies. Some are used at the request of foreign sites appearing on our site.
You cannot change or cancel the selection of the Cookie Declaration on our website.
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If you want to see the whole list of cookies, used by Hubspot, see the full list here.
The necessary cookies make the website useful as they provide basic functions such as page navigation and access to secure areas of the website. The website does not work properly without these cookies.
Installation cookies help a website remember information that changes the way a website behaves or looks like your favorite language or region.
Statistics cookies help website owners understand how visitors use the website by collecting and reporting information anonymously.
Advertisement cookies are used to track users through websites. The purpose is to display ads that are relevant and interesting to the individual user and therefore more valuable to publishers and advertisers of foreign sites.