1. HOW WE USE THE AUTOMATED DATA COLLECTORS
More information about automatic data collection tools can be found at www.allaboutcookies.org.
Cookies are small text files that contain a small amount of information that is downloaded to your device, or more technically, in the browser you use on this device while visiting a website. The company that puts cookies in your browser can read the information from the cookie. Cookies are classified as "session cookies" that do not remain on the device after the browser is closed, or "permanent cookies" that usually remain in the device until you delete them or do not expire.
Different cookies are used to perform the various features we describe below:
Some cookies are important because they allow you to navigate our websites and use their features.
Without these cookies we cannot provide you with appropriate content depending on the type of device
you are using.
These cookies aim, for example: to be able to recognize you when you return to our platform or use our
services; remember your user preferences (what is remembered: what settings you have chosen, which
city you want to look at, and more); to be able to recommend services that match your preferences; to
collect information about the way visitors use our platform to be able to maintain it in the best possible
way and to improve our services; for the temporary storage of anonymous information that helps us best
to provide you with related offers; for other ancillary functions.
• Third Party Cookies with Goal Counting Visits
We use several external services that can also create cookies in your browser. These cookies are managed
by the respective services and are not controlled by us. The information in them is anonymized. The
purpose of these external services is to count anonymously the statistics on the visit to our website so
that we can monitor the effectiveness of our services and improve them periodically. These external
counting services are Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager.
• Third Party Cookies with Ad Objectives
We use several external services - ad networks that can also create cookies in your browser. These cookie
are managed by the respective services and are not controlled by us. The information in them is
The purpose of these external services is to provide opportunities for advertising campaigns. They can
platforms are Google AdWords and Facebook Ads.
• Third Party Function Cookies
Some cookies also arise in connection with third party tools that we have integrated within our platform.
For example, Facebook APIs (Facebook Login, Facebook Likes, etc.) and Google API ("Share on Google+",
"View on Map" and others) that can create cookies to function. These cookies are managed by the
respective services and are not controlled by us. On our part, we cannot provide a technical possibility to
ban them. Therefore, if you do not want them to emerge, you should not use the above-mentioned
external tools integrated into our platform. We strive to ensure that the third parties with which we have
partner relationships are duly verified and with proven authority and professionalism.
This website uses additional exchange tools for anonymous external business analyzes and user interaction. If you arrive at Inspired Flavour Ltd's website through another website by clicking on the Inspired Flavour Ltd ad (text ad, web banner, or link), your browser keeps a cookie. Using this cookie, we understand that you have come to our page by clicking on these advertising tools from an external page. Identifying your identity on our part or using exchange tools is not possible at all time. If you do not wish to participate in this anonymous analysis, you can disable cookies through your browser settings.
1.2. Third Party Ads Cookies and Social Networking Cookies
We set Cookies to be able to recognize your computer and other websites that are included in the Google Display ad network based on the logged data (visits to our page, including date and time, preferred language, browser type, operating system) and to provide you with the relevant advertising messages that match your supposed interests.
• The categories according to which your matching ad appears across the entire Google Display Network ad
network can be viewed, removed, or added to the Google Ad Manager settings manager. With this tool,
you can opt out of the Google Display Network ad network cookie application entirely by downloading
and installing a cookie disabling cookie plug-in for set ad parameters. You can get additional information
about Google Ad Slot Customization settings here.
• Whether Cookies can be received at all, you can manage yourself through your browser's security settings
by not accepting any Cookies or just by request, however, you also need to specify that after each browser
session, cookies must be deleted. However, if you do not accept Cookies, this could result in limitations
on the functionality of our website.
• We use Google AdSense, Google Conversion Tracking, and Google Remarketing on our websites. Google
Conversion Tracking is a Google Inc. analysis service (1600 Amphitheater Parkway, Mountain View, CA
94043, USA, "Google") to measure the success of our Google Advertising (AdWords) advertising
activities. Google will attach a cookie to your computer when you visit our website through a Google ad.
• We also use remarketing tags (such as Google), Google AdSense, and Conversion Tracking to show you
promotional offers or up-to-date information about the content you browse on our site and to measur
the success of our advertising activities. We do not share with third parties information that can directly
identify you. These advertisers and other third parties (including the ad networks and other service
providers we use) may assume that users with whom they interact or who click on a personalized ad or
content are part of the target group of the ad or content .
• Google Conversion Tracking allows us and Google to recognize that someone has clicked on our Google ad
and then redirected to our page. However, we cannot see which other web pages you have loaded. The
information gathered through Google Conversion Tracking is solely for the purpose of compiling
statistics on the success and use of our AdWords advertising campaigns. However, we do not collect or
receive information that allows users to be personally identified.
• We also use Google AdSense, a web-based advertising service provided by Google for posting ads (text
ads, banners, etc.) on our website. In addition, your browser can record a cookie sent by Google or
third parties.The information stored in the Cookie may be recorded, collected and analyzed by Google or
third parties. In addition, Google AdSense uses small invisible images called Web Beacons to collect
information, using which what data can be captured, collected and analyzed for simple actions such as
site traffic. The information on your use of this website generated by Cookie and / or Web Beacons is
transferred to a Google server in the U.S. and stored there. Google uses this information to conduct an
analysis of your user behaviour with regard to AdSense ads. Google may also provide this information to
third parties, provided this is required by law, or if third parties process such data on behalf of
Google. Your IP address will not be linked by Google with any other data stored by Google.
• We also use Google Remarketing on our website - Google Remarketing Technologies. Through these
technologies, targeting can be targeted to users who have visited our website in other pages of the Google
• If you do not want to receive ads based on your interests, you can disable the use of Google Cookies for
these purposes by visiting this page and using the "Deactivate Interest-Based Ads on Google" and / or
Disable the Google Network of interest-based ads ".
• If you do not want to participate in Google AdSense, Google Conversion Tracking, or Google Remarketing,
you can opt out of the Cookie attachment required by this setting through your browser settings to
disable the automatic attachment of Cookies. You can also disable cookies for Google advertising services
up your browser to block Cookies from the googleadservices.com domain. For more information and how
to disable Google advertising mobile services, click here.
• We also use Facebook Conversion Pixel and Facebook Remarketing on our websites. Through Facebook
Conversion Pixel, we and Facebook understand that someone has clicked on our Facebook ad and was
redirected to our website. However, we cannot see which other web pages you have loaded. Information
collected through Facebook Conversion Pixel is designed to produce statistics on the success and use of
our Facebook ads. However, we do not collect or receive information that allows users to be personally
identified. With Facebook remarketing technology, users who have visited our websites can target
targeted advertising on Facebook sites. However, we do not collect data and we do not monitor which
Facebook users are actually showing targeted ads. And here we do not have the ability to identify
individual users. For more information about the purposes and scope of collecting and processing your
Facebook personal data, and setting capabilities to protect your privacy on Facebook, please refer to the
Facebook Data Policy. Keep in mind that the list above is not exhaustive and is updated periodically.
1.3. Other Automatic Data Collection Tools
1.3.1 Web Bookmarks
We use and allow selected third parties to use webblocks (usually in combination with cookies) to summarize information about your use of the web site, your interactions by email or other means of communication, measure performance, and offer you relevant content and ads. The web checker (also known as a web beacon or pure GIF) is a transparent graphic image (usually 1 pixel x 1 pixel) that is inserted into online content, video or email and allows a server to read a certain type of information from your device, specific content you've reviewed or a specific email message, to set the date and time of the review of the bookmark and IP address of your device.
For example, we can insert webmarks into ad emails or newsletters to determine whether our messages are open, whether any action has been taken on them, and whether our mailing tools are working properly.
1.3.2. Embedded Web Links
Our subscription emails often use links that allow us to determine whether you have clicked on a link in an email, and that information about your actions may be related to your identity.
1.3.3. Your Choice of Automatic Data Collection and Online Tracking
1.4. Set Up and Delete Cookies
1.4.1 Settings using your browser
• Cookie acceptance - Disable and Enable cookies (both overall and website)
• Viewing and creaing cookies
• delete created cookies.
It is important to keep in mind that disabling cookie features in your browser can cause you to be unable to use our services, as without our required cookies, our platform cannot perform its basic functions.
1.4.2. SettingsUsing External Tools
• A Google Tool in the form of a browser plug-in that can easily prevent your data from being used by
Google Analytics, which is often used by multiple websites to count visits and statistics. Google Analytics
Opt-out Browser Add-on:
• Tools to check status and explicitly prohibit a large number of ad platforms from using your data in
connection with targeting and customizing an ad:
• Google platform settings for cookies created and managed by them for advertising purposes:
• Facebook platform settings for cookies created and managed by them for advertising purposes:
To opt out of Google Analytics tracking on our website, you can also visit https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
If you are in the EU and want to opt out of third party cookies for ads based on your interests, go to www.youronlinechoices.eu .
Keep in mind that denial does not mean you will never get online ads anymore. This means that the business or businesses you have opted out of will not send you ads based on your web preferences and consumption patterns.
1.4.3. Web Bookmarks
Since web bookmarks are the same as any other content request included in creating the webpage, you can not opt-out or exclude them. You may also be able to deactivate the webmarks in your emails by not downloading images contained in the messages you receive (this feature depends on the email software used on your PC).
It should be borne in mind that this action will not always cancel the web checker or other tools to automatically collect data from an email message due to the specific features of the email software. For more information, please refer to the information provided with the email software or the service provider. Web bookmarks may be suspended under certain circumstances by disabling cookies or changing the cookie settings in your browser.
1.4.4. Embedded Web Links
If you do not want us to collect information about the links you click on, you can: Change your choice of the way you receive messages from us (i.e. select a text version of the message if possible) or do not click on the links in the email messages we send.
1.4.5. When Using External Tools (Facebook login, Google Login)
When a User uses comments to create a link between his platform account and his account on Facebook or Google for comment or otherwise, he allows Inspired Flavour Ltd to receive partial data from his account in the corresponding external service allowed by the User to be provided through its settings in the respective external service, wherein:
• We may obtain User data such as Names, Gender, Age, Place of Residence, Photo / Avatar, which data is
added to the User's account created in the Platform.
• We can get user data for other users (online friendships), which data is added to User Platform data
(transferring online friendships).
• We may be able to send notifications to the User, sent through the respective external service, through
the respective external service, for communication or marketing purposes (for example: private
Information which we can obtain by automatic technical means and process in the manner described, is entirely determined by the User - through its settings within the respective external service (Facebook, Google) in which he has an account and which account has been decided to link to your platform account. User registration with these external services is accepted as consent to the processing of the data provided through them.
1.4.6. When Posting Reviews by Users
You can post your own reviews and comments on our website. This is the way connection / feedback is publicly available and publicly visible on the site, including: its content, publisher name, photo / avatar (unless prohibited by account settings), and a link to the account itself. When using commenting using external tools such as Facebook, other information such as residence or education may be displayed on the site.
For more information about shared information when using comments via Facebook, see here.
When leaving a comment on our site, we also store data about your email address and IP address, which are not provided to third parties and are stored and processed in accordance with the law.
2. SHARE OTHER INFORMATION WITH ADVERTISERS
You have the opportunity to post your own reviews and comments on our website. This is how the comment / feedback is publicly available and publicly visible on the site, including: its content, publisher name, photo / avatar (unless prohibited by the profile settings) and a link to the account itself. When using the commenting option using external tools such as Facebook, it is possible to display on the site other information as well such as residence or education. For more information about shared information when using comments via Facebook, see here. When leaving a comment / comment on our site, we also store data about your email address and IP address, which are not provided to third parties and are stored and processed in accordance with the law.
We may transfer information about you to advertising technology vendors so that they can recognize your devices and offer you content and ads according to your interests. The information includes a name, postal address, email, device ID or other identifier in encrypted format. Providers process this information in a hash or a unidentified format. These providers collect additional information from you, such as IP address and browser or operating system information; combine information about you with information from other companies in data sharing co-ops in which we participate; and place or recognize your own unique cookies on your browser. These cookies contain demographic or other data in a unresolved format.
Cookies can be used when sharing information by using the social media sharing button on the social media site. The social network will record that you have done so. This information may be related to guiding / advertising activities. The types of cookies used by these third parties and the way they use the information they generate depends on the privacy policies of the companies themselves. For information and more details on how to opt out of targeted ads, check out the web sites above or visit your choices about automatic data collection and online tracking.