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What are Cookies?
What do they do?
Types of cookies we use and what they are used for
AkzoNobel uses different types of cookies. We believe it is important that you know what data AkzoNobel collects with cookies and that you know which cookies our technology uses and for what purposes they are used. Please find below an overview of the type of cookies used.
These cookies are strictly necessary to offer the basic functionalities of the Website, to deliver the service you requested on the Website and to remember your cookie settings.
The Analytics cookies AkzoNobel uses are so-called Google Analytics cookies. Google Analytics is a web analysis service offered by Google Inc. (Google). Google places the cookies and uses aggregated statistical information from these cookies to provide AkzoNobel with an understanding of how website visitors are using the Website. We have entered into a data processing agreement to ensure that Google is only allowed to provide this information to third parties if Google has a statutory obligation to do so or to the extent that these third parties are processing the information on Google's behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google.
Lead Generation Tool
We use Google Analytics in order to determine the number of visitors and their online behavior on our website.
Next to Google Analytics we use a tool to identify leads (prospective customers). This tool makes use of the information that Google Analytics provides. We use the tool to understand the visitors on our website better. This tool enriches the data it derives from Google Analytics. Google Analytics provides us with the network domains of companies that visit our website. This tool visualizes this information by correlating the company IP-address from visitors on our website with other publicly accessible information, such as Linkedln accounts. This tool does not capture or track individual (personal) data, but merely processes the company data and combines it with information from publicly accessible data sources. Information gathered via this tool remains anonymous. Using this tool enables us to tailor the communications to our prospects to ensure that we give relevant support and advice about our products and services.
Cookies tailoring the Website and our communications to your preference. When browsing on the AkzoNobel website you agree that AkzoNobel places cookies that are not strictly necessary for providing the functionalities of the Website. These cookies are used to remember your location preferences or to keep you logged in on secured parts of the Website after you have closed your browser. These cookies also track what you click on and what preferences you may have. This enables AkzoNobel to approach you in a more relevant manner.
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