This website, email messaging, online services, advertisements and interactive applications use “cookies” for optimising our services.
What is a “cookie”?
A “cookie” is a small file, typically of letters and numbers that we send to the cookie file of the browser on the users computer’s hard disk by our web server. The main purpose of a cookie is to allow our web server to present the user with customised web pages that make the experience when visiting the Auxilium Offshore website more personal and better respond to the user’s individual needs.
Some cookies are essential for the functionality of this website and are automatically activated when a user visits the website. Some cookies allow us to provide the user with services and functions that best suit their needs, and to tailor our service to them to ensure easy and fast operation of the website.
What kind of cookies does this website use?
Auxilium Offshore may use three types of cookies on this website:
Essential cookies enable users to navigate the website and use features. Without these cookies, the requested services cannot be provided
We use Essential cookies to:
Performance cookies collect information on how users use our website. They help us to improve the functionality of our website, see which areas are of greater interest to our customers, and to learn more about the effectiveness of our advertising campaigns. All this helps us to offer our users the services and functions that best meet their needs.
We use Performance cookies to:
So-called ‘Persistent cookies’ are stored on the user’s computer or device in-between browser sessions. They are used to maintain settings or preferences and to improve the use of the website on the next visit. Some of these cookies are provided by authorised third parties.
We use ‘Persistent cookies’ to:
Some ‘Persistent cookies’ are provided by authorised third-parties, but we do not allow cookies to be used for purposes other than those mentioned above.
By using re-targeting cookies, we are able to make offers more interesting for our users. Re-targeting cookies are stored on the computer or on the device of the Internet user during browser sessions. They enable advertising of Auxilium Offshore products on partner and social media websites for users who have been interested in Auxilium Offshore products.
The insertion of these advertisements is completely anonymous based on a cookie technology. No personal data (such as IP address or similar) will be stored, nor will any user profiles be combined with your personal data.
Furthermore, no user-related data about you will be communicated to any partner or social media website. Advertising is also completely anonymous.
You have the option at any time to deactivate the use of re-targeting cookies by clicking on the following link: www.turn.com/privacy/opt-out-of-the-turn-platform
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The ‘Help’ menu in the Internet browser’s menu bar tells users:
If all cookies are disabled then much of the functionality on auxiliumoffshore.com will also be disabled e.g., images and movies may not be displayed correctly. To prevent this we recommend that cookies are enabled.
There are many on-line publications on cookies in case you want to read more. See for example: www.allaboutcookies.org
Our web page includes links to social networks.
In order to protect your personal data while visiting our website we do not use social plugins. Instead HTML links are embedded onto the website, enabling easy sharing onto social media platforms. Embedding the link prevents a direct connection with various social media network servers when opening a page from our website. When clicking on one of the buttons, a browser window opens and directs the user to the respective service provider website on which (after having logged in) for example, the “Like” or “Share” button can be used.
For more information on the purpose and scope of data processing and further use of your personal data by the provider and their websites as well as your rights and possible settings to protect your privacy, please refer to the data protection information of the respective service provider.