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Cookies Policy

4.HOW TO DISABLE COOKIES?

We provide you with the opportunity to set your cookie preferences. By selecting 'Cookie settings' on our Website, you can specify which types of cookies you'd like to permit. These preferences can be updated at any moment, and you have the option to withdraw any consent previously granted.

You can also adjust your cookie preferences through your browser settings. Each browser offers distinct controls; typically, they provide the option to accept, decline, or delete cookies, including third-party cookies and those from specific websites. Depending on the capabilities of your browser, you can block cookies, receive notifications before they are set, or delete some of them. It's essential to configure your cookie preferences for each device and browser you use to access our site.


Here's a list of common browsers and how you can manage cookies on them:

It’s important to note that disabling cookies might impact the functionality of various parts of our Website and may diminish the overall quality of your user experience.


5.CHANGES TO OUR COOKIE POLICY

This Cookie Policy, available on our Website, is effective as of the “Last Update” date. We may modify this Cookie Policy from time to time to reflect any changes in our data processing practices or to comply with evolving legal requirements. We recommend reviewing this page periodically to stay informed of any updates and to ensure your continued agreement.  

6.CONTACT US

For any inquiries or concerns regarding our privacy or data handling procedures and practices, to make complaint to us, or to report any potential security breaches, please contact us at dataprotection@dkv.global.

3.4. TARGETING AND ADVERTISING COOKIES

Advertising and targeting cookies are designed to present tailored advertisements to users and to understand how you use our Website for an enhanced experience. These cookies help in delivering the content and advertisement that best suit you and your interests, and also in evaluating the effectiveness of such advertisements. The insights gained from these cookies help us determine preferences, such as which page and products you favour.

3.3. ANALYTICAL AND PERFORMANCE COOKIES 


Analytical and performance cookies help to understand how visitors use our Website. These cookies collect information in the aggregate to give us insight into how our Website is being used. For example, this type of cookie shows which pages are most visited on our Website as well as helps to record the difficulties experienced within our website.

3.2. FUNCTIONALITY COOKIES

Functionality cookies collect information about users' preferences and allow us to provide and remember the users’ preferences and customise our Website. If you do not allow these cookies, some or all these functions of our Website may not work properly.

1.INTRODUCTION

We place some cookies and similar tools on the devices of our visitors and users (“user(s)” or “you”) via our our Website (https://www.dkg-platform.solutions/), operated by Deep Knowledge Analytics Limited, a private limited company registered in the United Kingdom (the “UK”) at 85 Great Portland Street, First Floor, London, England, W1W 7LT, and/or its affiliates, members of the Deep Knowledge Group (hereinafter also “our Company”, “we” and “us”). 

This Cookie Policy explains aims to inform you about the cookies and how to control them for our Website.

For more information regarding the processing of your personal data, please check our Privacy Policy.

2.WHAT IS A COOKIE?

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or mobile device by websites that you visit. In addition to these text files, other trackers such as web bugs, beacons, pixels, or tracking tags will be considered as cookies in this Cookie Policy.

Cookies are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site. 

Cookies set by the domain a user is directly visiting, in this case, our Company, are termed 'first-party cookies'. These cookies are often used for remembering preferences, such as language settings or login status. On the other hand, cookies set by domains other than the one being directly visited are termed 'third-party cookies'. These third-party cookies enable external entities to provide features or functions on the website, such as advertising, interactive content, and analytics. Furthermore, these cookies allow these external entities to track a user's browsing behaviour not just on the specific website but also across different websites they might visit.

3.HOW WE USE COOKIES AND WHY?

We use cookies for the purposes of ensuring the proper functioning of the website, better user experience, development of the website and offering a customised and specific service that suits your needs. The tables below explain the cookies we use and why.

3.1. STRICTLY NECESSARY COOKIES 

These cookies are strictly necessary for providing security on our website, enabling user movement around our website, and providing access to our services and features. These cookies are essential to the website’s functionality. You may only disable these by changing your browser settings (Please check section 4), but this may affect how our Website functions.

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