Indian Snacks is very discreet with your registration details. All your data remains under your own management and will never be made available to third parties, unless you have given your explicit permission for this. When you have ordered something, your address details will be passed on to the distributor (DHL / TNT / Courier, etc.). After all, he needs to know where you live.
Cookies at Indian Snacks
Around June 5, 2012, new regulations came into effect regarding the use of so-called “cookies” on web pages. These rules are included in Article 11.7a of the Telecommunications Act (Tw). The new regulations also concern your privacy. Because we think your privacy is very important, we would like to inform you about this on this page.
Because the new cookie legislation is not yet completely clear to all authorities how it will work in practice, Indian Snacks will continue to closely monitor all developments and do everything it can to continue to comply with the new cookie legislation.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on a computer, telephone or tablet. The cookies are read by the browser (including Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox) when you open an internet page. The cookie maker determines which text files it places in the respective cookie.
As long as you as a user do not enter any personal information on the site you are visiting, the cookie cannot contain this information. There are direct and indirect cookies, also known as first and third party cookies. In principle, cookies are not dangerous; they are not computer programs and cannot be used to spread computer viruses.
Type of cookies
3.1 First party cookie
With a first party (direct) cookie, the website in question places a cookie with the user who opens the website. First-party cookies have different purposes. For example, one of the goals is to remember the user's login name and to remember items from selected items in a shopping cart.
3.2 Third party cookie
A third-party cookie "follows" a user across different websites over a longer period of time and thus can build a "profile" of a user. These cookies are often used for targeted online advertising. An advertising network then places a cookie on a user's computer, phone, or tablet through a third-party site. This cookie can be read by the network on the various websites that are located in the advertising network.
3.3 Share to social media networks
You undoubtedly already have experience with companies that place cookies on your computer, tablet or telephone. This happens, for example, when you share products or content from such a site with friends via social networking sites (such as Twitter or Facebook). For more information, please refer to:
How can I opt out of cookies?
As a user, you can manage cookies that you allow on your computer through the internet browser you use. You can also indicate that you want to be kept informed every time a cookie is offered. Below we explain how you can manage cookies via the most popular internet browsers:
Find out which internet browser you are using
On your PC: click on "Help" at the top of your browser and choose "About"
On an Apple Mac: Click the Apple menu and choose About (make sure the browser is open).
Opt-out of cookies in Internet Explorer
In Internet Explorer you can select the level of the cookie filter: