The radicant website www.radicant.com uses so-called cookies.
What are cookies?
A cookie is text information which the User’s browser stores when websites are visited. By itself a cookie cannot perform any operations. radicant uses two types of cookies: temporary cookies and permanent cookies. We use both temporary cookies, which are automatically deleted from Your mobile device or computer at the end of the browser session, and permanent cookies, which remain on Your computer or mobile device for up to ten years after the browser session. Permanent cookies are disabled after the programmed time. You can check Your browser’s log at any time to see which cookies are being run.
How are cookies used on radicant.com?
What data are we tracking?
When the Website is accessed, radicant collects so-called tracking data, which provide information about User behaviour. For data security reasons radicant stores the following access data: IP address, unique User ID, date and time of access, name and URL of the file retrieved, browser used, and operating system used. In case radicant.com was accessed via a search engine, the search term by which you found us is stored.
How can I prevent the usage of cookies?