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What is a Cookie?

A cookie is a small text file of letters and numbers that is stored by the browser on your computer when you visit certain websites. A cookie allows a website to distinguish your computer from other users’ computers.



Do Cookies hold my Personal Data?

Generally speaking, cookies do not contain Personal Data unless you have already given this information to the Website.



What Type of Cookies Do the Websites Use and For What Purposes?

Click here to view the first and third party cookies which are used on the Website. Ding may add cookies to, or delete cookies from, this table to reflect the cookies being used on the Website at a point in time.


As detailed in the table, the Website uses cookies which fall into the following categories:


Strictly Necessary Cookies


These allow you to remain logged in for the duration of your visit to the Website and enable you to take actions without having to login again.


Functional Cookies


These allow the Website to remember certain details about the choices you make (e.g. the language with which you are browsing the Website) to provide you with a better experience of using the Website.


Analytical Cookies


These allow us to recognize and count the number of visitors to the Website. They also allow us to calculate how long you spend on the Website and to see how you arrived at the Website. They help Ding to improve the way the Website works.



What Type of Cookies Do the Mobile Applications Use?

The ezetop and Ding mobile applications do not use cookies. The apps do retrieve an advertising number from your device which is stored securely in the app itself - this number is used to identify how a user initially found the app (e.g. through which advertising campaign) and for app analysis purposes via third party analytics services.



Can I block or delete Cookies?

Yes you can if that is what you choose to do. Note that this may make it less convenient for you to use our Website.



How to disable Cookies?

Click here for information on how to disable cookies from some of the more popular web browsers.