When necessary, we may update this information from time to time. We recommend that you visit this page regularly in order to have the latest information about the cookies used on our website.
1. What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that is stored on your computer, mobile device, or tablet when you visit a website. We use the following types of cookies on our website: session cookies, persistent cookies, and Web beacons. These cookies may be from our own site and/or may come from certain third parties.
- Session cookies are stored during an active session — that is, the period of time while you are using the site. Session cookies are typically deleted when you close your browser. We use this type of cookie to map and identify your actions on our website.
- Persistent cookies are stored on your device until a specified expiration date, or until the cookie is manually removed. The cookie will be activated each time you visit the site that created that particular persistent cookie. A persistent cookie makes it possible for websites to remember your preferences or previous actions (on that site or across different websites.)
- Web beacons are transparent images that may be included in email messages or on our website. These images let us see what our visitors click on.
2.1 Required Cookies
The data from these required cookies is necessary for you to use our website and its functions; these cookies are necessary for the website to function properly. Without the required cookies, some services on the site would not work, and the site in general would not work as well as it should. These cookies do not collect any marketing information nor are they designed to remember which other internet pages you have visited.
2.2 Functional Cookies
Functional cookies collect information about how a website is used; this information is used to improve how the website works. For example, these sorts of cookies might indicate which pages are visited the most, help document problems on the website, and show whether advertising on the site has been effective. Functional cookies do not collect information that personally identifies a user; all of the information collected by functional cookies is anonymous.
Functional cookies also allow the site to remember the choices you’ve made on it previously, which helps to improve your experience on the website and provide you with custom content when appropriate. Without these types of cookies, we cannot tailor our services to you.
2.3 Analysis Cookies
Analysis cookies are used to monitor and track visitor behaviour on our site.
2.4 Marketing Cookies
Marketing cookies are used to deliver ads that are relevant to you and your interests; they can also limit the number of times you see the same ad on a particular website. These types of cookies are also used to help measure the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. Marketing cookies can be used to remember what content and advertisements you have viewed when visiting a website. This information can be used to provide you with personalized content recommendations and marketing communications. The information collected by these cookies may be combined with other information that you have provided to us.
3. Third-party cookies
What cookies do we use?
The site features functional cookies that save your settings. As part of this functional cookie, information regarding your settings is sent to:
Tag manager, used to add and remove snippets of code on the site.
Optimize, tool for making A/B tests of the site to improve its functions.
Analytics, a web analytics tool (incl. demographic data).
Adwords, used to measure conversions and allows advertisers to target audiences using remarketing lists. These features allow for the display of more relevant ads on Google and within the Google ad network.
- Yotpo, a measurement of interaction using reviews and social feeds.
- Klarna, saves payment settings and order information to facilitate checkout.
This is used to measure the effect of advertisements as well as to increase the range of our market with the assistance of Facebook users and with the help of their technology. For example, it can be used to exclude or include certain visitors from being shown our ads on Facebook.
Your browser or web-enabled device usually allows you to change the settings for the usage and scope of cookies. Go to the settings for your browser or device to learn more about how you can adjust the settings for cookies. You can, for example, choose to block all cookies, choose to only accept cookies from first parties, or set it to delete cookies any time you close your browser.
You can control cookie usage to display customized ads on websites using Google Ads settings. For more information, please take a look at Google Ads Settings.
If you are a Facebook user, you can control whether ads based on your behaviour will be displayed on Facebook and on sites that use Facebook's advertising services. For more information, please take a look at Facebook's ad settings.
5. Contact Us
Your privacy is important to us at RevolutionRace. We have therefore appointed a data protection officer to ensure that we comply with all applicable data protection laws and internal policies for how we process and handle personal data.