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Cookie statement


ProSoccerData

1. Cookies

Cookies are small data or text files that are stored on your computer by websites and applications.
Such cookies can have different purposes: there are technical cookies (cookies necessary to provide the requested service), session cookies (cookies that expire when the web browser is closed) and tracking cookies (cookies that track and store your behaviour on different websites in order to offer a more optimized user experience).

PROSOCCERDATA provides a website and a platform that target the European market and that are in full compliance with the European ePrivacy Directive 2002/58/EC.

2. Goals and utilities of cookies

PROSOCCERDATA wishes to inform you as much as possible about the cookies we use and about your rights as a user of our website and platform. By using our website and platform, you agree with the use of cookies. Cookies help PROSOCCERDATA to optimize your visit to the website and platform, to remember technical choices (such as language choices, newsletters, etc.) and to show you relevant services and offers.

If you wish to consult the website and platform of PROSOCCERDATA, it is recommended to enable your cookies. Without enabled cookies we may not be able to guarantee you a smooth visit to our website and platform. Of course, you are free to disable cookies in your browser (also look at the title “Management of cookies”).

We use cookies to improve your visit to our website and platform. We only use safe cookies.
The information we gather using the cookies help us to identify mistakes or show you specific information we think is relevant to you. It is possible that we store information immediately related to you. We might also use cookies of carefully selected third parties.

3. Types of cookies used by PROSOCCERDATA

3.1 Cookies used on our commercial website

Cookie name

Purpose

Type of cookie

Retention period

Intercom-id-ig0htmdz

identifies the session for a user for Intercom (chat)

Tracking cookie

20 years

taal

Store language preferences

Technical cookie

2 days

JSESSIONID

identifies the login session for a user, and is technically required for authentication

Session cookie

Session

_ga

Registers analytics (anonymous) information on how you visit this site, with a view to drawing up statistics for Google Analytics.

Tracking cookie

2 years

_gat

Registers analytics (anonymous) information on how you visit this site, with a view to drawing up statistics for Google Analytics.

Tracking cookie

1 minute

_gid

Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.

Tracking cookie

1 day

3.2 Cookies used on our platform

Cookie name

Goal

Type of cookie

Retention period

PHPSESSID

identifies the login session for a user, and is technically required for authentication

Session cookie

Session

Intercom-id-ig0htmdz

identifies the session for a user for Intercom (chat)

Tracking cookie

20 years

taal

Store language preferences

Technical cookie

2 days

_ga

Register analytics (anonymous) information on how you visit this site, with a view to drawing up statistics for Google Analytics.

Tracking cookie

2 years

_gat

Register analytics (anonymous) information on how you visit this site, with a view to drawing up statistics for Google Analytics.

Tracking cookie

1 minute

_gid

Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.

Tracking cookie

1 day

Consult our Privacy Policy for more information regarding the processing of your personal data by PROSOCCERDATA.

4. Management of cookies

For an optimal user experience, make sure that cookies are enabled in your web browser. To enable cookies, you need to follow these steps:

In browser - Microsoft Internet Explorer

- In Internet Explorer, click 'Internet options' in the menu 'Extra'.

- Go to the tab 'Privacy', then click ‘Advanced’.

- Choose ‘Accept’ of both ‘Own cookies’ and ‘Cookies of thirds’ and check the box ‘Always allow session cookies’.

- Click 'OK'.

In browser - Mozilla Firefox

- Click the three horizontal stripes logo (‘Open menu’) in the upper right corner and then click ‘Options’.

- In the tab ‘Privacy’, under the subtitle of ‘History’ choose “Firefox will ‘Use custom settings for history’”.

- Check the box: ‘Accept cookies from sites’.

In browser - Google Chrome

- Click the three dots logo next to the URL bar in the upper right corner and click ‘Settings’.

- Click ‘Advanced’.

- Find the subsection of ‘Privacy and security’ and click ‘Content settings’.

- Click on ‘Cookies’.

- Then select ‘Allow sites to save and read cookie data’.

In browser – Safari

- Click ‘Preferences’ in the taskbar. (You can find this in on the upper side of your screen).

- Go to the ‘Privacy’ tab. Look for the section called ‘Cookies and other website data’.

- Indicate that you allow cookies.

If you want to consult the website and platform of PROSOCCERDATA, it is recommended you enable cookies. However, you are free to disable cookies in your browser settings. You can do this by following the next steps:

In browser - Microsoft Internet Explorer

- In Internet Explorer, click 'Internet options' in the menu 'Extra'.

- Go to the tab 'Privacy', then click ‘Advanced’.

- Choose ‘Block’ of both ‘Own cookies’ and ‘Cookies of thirds’ and uncheck the box ‘Always allow session cookies’.

- Click 'OK'.

In browser - Mozilla Firefox

- Click the three horizontal stripes logo (‘Open menu’) in the upper right corner and then click ‘Options’.

- In the tab ‘Privacy’, under the subtitle of ‘History’ choose “Firefox will ‘Use custom settings for history’”.

- Uncheck the box: ‘Accept cookies from sites’.

In browser - Google Chrome

- Click the three dots logo next to the URL bar in the upper right corner and click ‘Settings’.

- Click ‘Advanced’.

- Find the subsection of ‘Privacy and security’ and click ‘Content settings’.

- Click on ‘Cookies’.

- Then make sure ‘Allow sites to save and read cookie data’ is turned off.

In browser - Safari

- Click ‘Preferences’ in the taskbar. (You can find this in on the upper side of your screen).

- Go to the ‘Privacy’ tab. Look for the section called ‘Cookies and other website data’.

- Indicate that you do not accept cookies (‘Always block’).

Or consult the help-function of your Internet browser.

5. Rights of the users

Since cookies can constitute a processing of personal data, you are entitled to a legitimate and secure processing of those personal data. As a person affected by the processing of your personal data, you can exercise the following rights:

- Right to objection: if there is a compelling and legitimate reason, you can object to the processing of personal data.

- Right to access: every affected person that can prove his/her identity, possesses the right to access the information about the possible processing of his personal data, the goals of such processing, the categories of data concerned in such processing and the categories of recipients of the data.

- Right to rectification: incorrect or incomplete personal data can be corrected or even erased when requested by the person affected.

The exercise of these rights happens conform the modalities as determined in our Privacy Policy. More information on the rights of users can also be found in the Privacy Policy.

If you still have questions or comments regarding the use of cookies after reading this Cookie Policy, you can always contact info@prosoccerdata.com.