How cookies work

Cookies and other similar technologies help provide a better, faster and safer experience.

Technologies like cookies and local storage are used to deliver a good user experience on Miversio. We want this page to help you understand more about these technologies and how they are used. Your browser may allow you to block these technologies, but you may not be able to use some features on Miversio if you block them. For more information about whether these tools are available, what they do and how they work, visit your browser's help material. Generally, tools like these in your browser affect only that particular browser. So if you're using multiple browsers, you can make different choices for each of them.

What are cookies and local storage?

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files that are placed on your browser by the website you're using. Like most websites, we use cookies to provide you with a better, faster or safer experience.

What is local storage?

Local storage is an industry-standard technology that allows a website to store and retrieve data on a person's computer, mobile phone or other device. One example of how local storage can be used is caching of data. Most web browsers offer settings for you to control whether or not to allow local storage.

We use local storage to provide you with a better, faster or safer experience.

What data do we store?

Currently, we store the language selected by the user, and we do this to prevent the user from having to select this every time he or she visits the website.

We also use Google Analytics to gather information about website traffic, how users interact with the website, what browsers are used, etc. This can be helpful in detecting problems with our website and give us hints about what can be improved.

Do we share this data?

No, we do not.