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*Please note: not all cookies on this website are set by us.
Types of Cookies on Regency OneGroup Websites
- Analytical cookies are collected detailed information about visitors: how the website was discovered, number of visits, from where the visitor came from, whether the marketing company is used, etc. This information is important for the business and helps us improve our website and further enhance visitor experience.
- Functional cookies – collect information about users’ preferences. Here you can see the chosen way of displaying various components of the website from the moment you registered with Regency OneGroup, time zone, and whether to show pop-up messages. The functional cookies store information about the settings.
- Session cookies are stored within the current “session” on the websites, both for non-authorized users and for those who log in with their login. After closing the browser session closes and cookies are deactivated.
- Third party cookies are created by third-party websites and are stored on the user’s PC. Third party cookies are saved when you log in into accounts of these services, and Regency OneGroup cannot control their dissemination. These cookies are session, analytical and functional, and they also determine if the user is logged into social media already, and control bookmarking or sharing the Regency OneGroup website content. Flash cookies are used to verify if the user’s browser supports Flash. You can deactivate flash cookies by visiting the corresponding section on the www.adobe.com. Websites of other third parties (companies, websites, etc) should be accessed directly to view their cookie privacy information.