Cookie Policy

Last updated: May 24, 2018

This policy outlines the types of cookies and local storage principles used by Belkins.

We suggest consulting with our Privacy Policy to obtain more details on our processing of the visitor data and our Privacy Policy.

This policy is effective on Jan 1, 2016. By continuing your use of the Belkins site after reading this page, you signify your acceptance of this policy.

We recommend reviewing this policy since it can be changed.

By using the Belkins site, you agree to the company’s use cookies (and local storage). The cookie can be blocked in the browser Settings.

What are cookies?

Cookies are text files that contain small bits of data. They are downloaded into your browsing device (PC or mobile device) during each visit. The purpose of cookies is to allow websites to recognize new visitors and regular visitors.

Why do we use cookies?

Cookies cover a range of tasks that provide us insight on the visitor behavior on Belkins site being used, let you navigate between pages quickly, memorize your preferences, and generally improve your browsing experience. In addition, cookies ensure the accessibility options you see on a host website is more helpful and relevant to you.

What types of cookies do we use?

We use six types of cookies: Strictly Necessary, Performance, Functionality, Flash, Tailored Content and Targeting. In order to deliver the best browsing experience, all of these types may be used throughout the Belkins site.

Strictly Necessary Cookies

These cookies enable you to move around the Belkins site and use its features, such as accessing secured areas. Without these cookies, it may be impossible to provide some of the services.

Performance Cookies

These cookies gather data on how you use the Belkins site: which accessibility features you utilize most often, whether you get any error messages, etc. These cookies don’t gather your private data. All information is anonymous and is used with the purpose of improving performance.

Functionality Cookies

The functionality cookies enable Belkins site and widgets to memorize your actions and choices. (such as which accessibility features your users have enabled on your site). For instance, we use functionality cookies to remember your accessibility preferences. These cookies can also be used to remember the text size changes and changes in any other customization features. They may also be used to provide services you’ve asked for such as using the Calendar. These cookies cannot track your browsing activity on other sites and don’t collect your personal data.

Tailored Content Cookies

Tailored content cookies help Belkins site deliver enhanced features and display content in a convenient way, determine and display the information based on your previous use of Belkins features. These cookies do not track your browsing activity.

Targeting Cookies

The purpose of these cookies is to deliver ads that are relevant to your needs, register the number of times the ad is shown to you and estimate the efficiency of the ads. They also register site visits and share that data with advertising establishments. Therefore, you may encounter Belkins’ ads on other web sources.

How long will cookies stay on my browsing device?

The duration of cookies staying is determined by their type: “persistent” or “session”. Persistent cookies remain until their deletion or expiration, session cookies get deleted once the browsing session is over.

First And Third Party Cookies

First party cookies are cookies of Belkins, while third-party cookies belong to the third parties places on your browsing device through the Belkins site.

How to control and delete cookies from your browser

The browser you’re using to access Belkins can enable, disable or delete cookies. You only need to follow the guidelines offered by “Help”, “Edit” or “Tools” features. Please be aware that by disabling cookies you can disable certain features of the Belkins website for your browser and make your use of the website inconvenient because of losing access to its features and areas.

More information about cookie settings in your browser can be found at
www.allaboutcookies.org