Warface | Version 1.0. Last update: 29-11-2018
When you visit our website, the following types of cookies can be placed by us or third parties:
- Functional cookies. These cookies are used to ensure that certain components of the website function properly and to store your indicated preferences. For example, if you have selected to display our website in a certain language, Warface will save this preference in a cookie so that you do not have to indicate the same preference upon your next visit.
- Analytic cookies. These cookies are used to gain insight into how you use our website. By means of this cookie, Warface can see which page or subpage you visit and how long your visit to our website lasts. Warface then uses this information to make its website even better and more user-friendly for you.
- Advertisement cookies. These cookies are used to map out which websites you visit and how you use these websites. This information enables us to show you targeted (external) advertisements for products and services that you might be interested in. We do not display any advertisements on our website, but you may come across Warface advertisements when visiting other websites.
Social media buttons
The Warface website displays a number of social media and music website buttons. Clicking on these buttons will forward you to the Warface page on the platform in question. This allows visitors to follow or like Warface and to share content within their own network. Social media buttons function due to pieces of code that originate from the social media networks. Warface has no influence over this. As such, we recommend that you read the privacy statement of these parties before making use of the buttons.
Turning cookies on and off
You can turn off cookie storage by changing your browser settings. Please consult the manual of your browser for comprehensive instructions. Please keep in mind that certain functionalities of the website might not or only partially function if you turn off cookies.
As you can see in the overview above, most cookies have an expiration date. This means that they will expire automatically after a certain period and will no longer register data of your website visit. You can also opt to manually remove the cookies before the expiration date has passed. Please consult the manual of your browser for comprehensive instructions on this process.
Changes to this cookie statement
We reserve the right to revise this cookie statement. Revisions will be published on our website. We recommend you to regularly consult this statement to stay informed on any changes.
Our privacy statement can be found over here.