Users of the www.clk.lu website are informed that the site uses browser cookies. The page below explains how cookies work and how to set them.
1. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file containing information, and it sits on the device that you use to browse the web (PC, tablet, smart phone).
Cookies contain a series of information:
- an identifier in the form of a unique number;
- the name of the server that placed the cookie on your machine;
- the expiry date or validity period of the file;
- information for improving browsing;
There are two types of cookie:
- session cookies, which disappear as soon as you leave the site;
- permanent cookies, which remain on your device until their life cycle ends or until manually removed;
Cookies are not spyware or viruses, and they can’t identify you personally. The browser you use to view a website enables you to accept or reject cookies (see below).
- clk.lu cookies
- audience measurement cookies
- advertising cookies
Internal cookies are used by the site that you are visiting and can be read only by it.
Third party cookies
These cookies are necessary and help to make clk.lu usable by activating basic functions such as page navigation. The Website cannot function properly without these cookies.
|rgpd-consent||GDPR plugin global control cookie.||30 days|
|rgpd-allow-analytics||Used for activating Google Analytics statistical services.||30 days|
|ga-disable-UA-(propertyid)-1||Used for preventing cookies being sent to the Google Analytics service.||30 days|
|rgpd-visited||Used to establish whether it is a user’s first or subsequent visit, for applying or not applying implicit consent via the continuation of navigation||30 days|
|pll_language||This cookie redirects you to the language version of the site appropriate for your language.||1 year|
Audience measurement cookies
Audience measurement cookies gather information on how Internet users use the clk.lu website (for example: number of pages viewed, connection time, pages most visited, etc.). The clk.lu website uses the Google Analytics web analytics solution, developed by Google Inc. Data collected about site navigation and your IP address, which identifies your geographical location. The final item of information is anonymised immediately after identification.
|_ga||Used by Analytics to save a unique identifier used to generate statistical data on how visitors move around the website.||2 years|
|_gat||Used by Google Analytics to radically reduce the requests ratio.||Session time|
|_gid||Used by Analytics to save a unique identifier used to generate statistical data on how visitors move around the website.||Session time|
The advertising cookies are used to track user on the website. The main goal is the show advertisements that are relevant for the individual user and more valuable for advertisers.
|1P_JAR||Google uses these cookies to enable/measure Google Maps functions on the site.||1 month|
|PREF||Used for keeping statistics on You Tube videos that the user has viewed||2 years|
3. How can you manage cookies?
You have the option to set, accept or reject cookies via your web browser settings or via an advertising cookie management platform.
3.1 Manage cookies by setting your web browser
Click on the appropriate link to set your browser:
- Manage cookies on Internet Explorer
- Manage cookies on Firefox
- Manage cookies on Google Chrome
- Manage cookies on Opera
- Manage cookies on Safari
3.2 Manage advertising cookies via a platform
clk.lu would also like to inform you that there is a platform available hosted by online advertising professionals, providing web users with a central tool for rejecting cookies for member companies.
- Manage advertising cookies via http://www.youronlinechoices.com/fr/controler-ses-cookies/
3.3 Manage cookies via the cookies manager
You can change your cookie preferences at any time via this page.
Do you accept the storing of and scanning by cookies for the analysis of your browsing activity and to enable us to measure the audience on our website
Do you accept the storing of and scanning by cookies for the display of Google Maps
Do you accept the storing of and scanning by cookies to enable you to view videos hosted on YouTube?