What are cookies?

A cookie is a text string sent by a web server (such as a website) to the user’s Internet browser, which automatically saves it on the user’s computer and automatically sends it back to the server every time you access the website. Each cookie contains different data, such as the name of the server from which it comes, a numerical identifier, etc. Cookies may remain in the system for the duration of the session (i. e. until the browser used to navigate the web is closed) or longer and may contain a unique identification code.


Types of cookies used by CRIF

The CRIF website uses the following categories of cookies:

Advertising: Advertisers use these technologies to deliver advertising that is relevant to your interests.
Functional: These technologies allow us to analyse the use of the website in order to measure and improve performance.
Necessary: These technologies are necessary to run the main functionality of the website.
An overview of the used cookies can always be found in the detailed settings of the cookie bar, including their purpose, retention period and providers in the case of third-party cookies.


How to enable, disable or delete cookies

When you first visit the website, you will see a so-called cookie bar where you can set which optional cookies to enable.

Cookies that are categorised as necessary for the operation of the website are stored in your browser. We do not need your consent to use them.

This website also uses third-party cookies to help you understand how you use this website. These cookies will be stored in the browser only with your consent. You also have the option to opt out of these cookies. However, opt-out of these cookies may affect some features of the site.