What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small data file stored on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
The information collected by cookies and tracking technologies can be of a personal nature (i.e., personal data) and of a non-personal nature (information that does not identify directly or indirectly any single individual). Personal data collected through cookies and tracking technologies may include but is not limited to details regarding the device or browser you are using.
Some of the cookies and tracking technologies that are used on the website are strictly necessary to perform essential functions for our website. Therefore, the legal basis for processing personal data is Dawn Health’s legitimate interest in running a website that works properly and securely (Article 6(1)(f) GDPR).
All other cookies and tracking technologies not classified as strictly necessary are subject to consent from website visitors (Article 6(1)(a) GDPR).
In the cookie banner, you can see the specific services that store cookies and why they do it, under the following different categories:
The cookies and tracking technologies used may be managed by third parties. In addition to what is specified in the descriptions within each of the categories above, you may find more precise and updated information regarding the cookies in the cookie banner itself and the privacy policies of those third-party providers.
How long are cookies stored?
All our cookies’ retention periods are specified in our cookie banner. The length of time a cookie is stored on your devices and browsers may vary per your browser settings, or whether you have deleted it. The lifetime is calculated according to your last visit to the website. When a cookie expires, it is automatically deleted.
How to block or delete cookies
There are various ways you can manage cookie-related preferences, including providing, updating, and withdrawing consent, where relevant:
However, you should be aware that if you block all or some cookies, there may be functions and services that you will be unable to use on the website (because these depend on cookies).
Do you have any questions?