1 You hereby give Aqua Air permission to collect and use your personal information when you access and use the website. Aqua Air will use your personal information for internal purposes only, which includes but is not limited to improving the functionality of the site, keeping a database of users, and maintaining a record of your access to the site.
2 Aqua Air will not share your personal information with any third party without first obtaining your consent, unless Aqua Air is ordered by a court of law to do so.
3 You hereby consent that Aqua Air may share your personal information with sub-contractors for purposes of the management and administration of our website.
4 Aqua Air uses a third-party service offered by Google called Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting.
4.1 Google Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting allows us to collect data about your age, gender and interests and how you use our website, so that we can optimise your website experience.
4.2 By using our website, you consent to us using Google Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting.
You can learn more about Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting on Google's explanatory website: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2799357.
5.1 Aqua Air uses both session and persistent cookies.
5.2 A session cookie (also called a transient cookie) is temporary and will be erased once you close your browser. Session cookies will not gather information from your computer, but they will recognise you as you navigate between pages during your session and will help maintain security during your visit.
5.3 Persistent cookies are permanent cookies that have set expiration dates. They are stored on your computer hard drive until they expire or are deleted. Persistent cookies will collect information such as your login details or user preference when you visit certain websites.
5.4 Furthermore, cookies can be either first- or third-party cookies.
A first-party cookie is owned and created by the website you are visiting. It stores a small amount of text on your computer. First-party cookies are usually allowed by most Web browsers, but if you should choose to disable these types of cookies, the website you are visiting will not be able to track your activity during navigation.
Third-party cookies are created and owned by a website other than the one you are currently visiting. Usually, these cookies will be from a company providing a service to the owners of the website you are visiting. These types of cookies typically store tracking information and personal preferences.