Sphereon’s website uses a feature known as ‘cookies’. Now, you might wonder, what exactly are cookies? Well, they are like tiny notes or messages that get stored on your device – your computer, smartphone, or tablet – whenever you visit sphereon.com.
Imagine if your internet browser (like Google Chrome, Safari, or Firefox) could keep little reminder notes to help it ‘remember’ certain things. That’s essentially what cookies do. These notes or messages are stored in simple text files by your browser.
Besides these necessary cookies, Sphereon also uses what we call ‘analytical’ cookies. These cookies are like the website’s detectives – they help Sphereon understand how the website is being used and what can be done to make it work even better. They provide anonymous data about user behavior, like which pages are visited the most, how long users stay on a page, etc.
And don’t worry about your privacy. All the data or information that these cookies collect or use is completely anonymous. That means the cookies don’t know who you are, they just know how the site is being used. So, in a nutshell, cookies help Sphereon improve your browsing experience while respecting your privacy.
You have the ability to accept or decline cookies. Most browsers automatically accept cookies, but usually you can modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. If you choose to decline cookies, you may not be able to fully experience the interactive features of Sphereon services or the Website.
You can stop our website from saving cookies on your device if you wish. To do so, open the ‘Settings’ menu in your browser and then follow the instructions for removing cookies. If you use more than one browser, you will need to disallow cookies in each browser separately.