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Language mark’s Cookies Policy

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Definition of Cookies

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What is a tracking cookie?

A tracking cookie is a small piece of data that your internet browser places on your device so that it can be recognized when it returns in the future. The cookies enable us to secure our website, remember your preferences, and personalize content for your future visits. No harm is done from having tracking cookies on your device and they are only placed to streamline your experience with our website.

Why do we have a cookie policy?

Recent legislation in the European Union and the State of California requires that business’ need to to be mindful of the privacy of their residents and disclose their use of tracking cookies to website visitors. Every visitor reserves the right to disable cookies and be routed away from the website.


Our Cookies Policy

Language mark’s Use of Tracking Cookies

Session Cookies – are temporary cookies that are stored on your device to track your interaction with the website in the current session. These cookies are used to allow shopping cart functions, form fill out functions, and improve reverse navigation of webpages. These tracking cookies are only stored as long as the browser session is open and are cleared from device once the session is ended.

Persistent Cookies – are stored on your device long term to allow browsers to remember your historical preferences on a webpage. These can be used in login chains, target advertising, and webpage bookmarks.

Third-Party Cookies – are set by domains or websites other than the one that you are specifically visiting. These cookies are set by other companies through our website and are commonly used from advertisements or analytics/website tracking.

For more information about cookies please visit – http://ico.org.uk/

Managing Cookies

What happens if you don’t allow tracking cookies?

If tracking cookies are not enabled in your device’s browser your experience on our website will be limited and could potentially block sections of the website completely. For example forms cannot be filled out and eCommerce purchase cannot be completed.

How do I disable/enable cookies?

To enable/disable your cookies follow the instructions below for some of the major web browsers.

Google Chrome

Under “Settings” select “Show Advanced Settings” at the bottom of the page. In the “Privacy” section select “Content Settings.” In the pop-up window select your desired cookie setting and select “Done.”

Mozilla Firefox

Under “Tools Menu” select “Options.” Select the “Privacy” tab and under the “History” section select “Use Custom Settings for History.” Select your desired settings for cookies and select “OK.”

Internet Explorer 6+

Under “Tools Menu” select “Internet Options.” Select the “Privacy Tab.” Select your desired privacy setting for cookies using the slider tool and select “OK” to save preferences.

Safari Browser

Under the “Settings Menu” and select the “Preferences” option. Select the “Privacy” tab and select your desired option from the “Blocked Cookies” Section.