Secur Brand® LTD, having its registered office in London (UK), Old Gloucester Street, 27, which can be contacted at the email address
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The Website uses various types of cookies and other similar tracking technologies for different purposes.
By changing the settings in his browser, a User can decide to subject the installation of any type of cookie to his prior acceptance or fully prevent their installation. Please note that the setup of each browser is different and is explained in the "Help" menu of the browser.
Google Chrome Browser:
Open Google Chrome and click on the Menu icon which is in the browser's toolbar.
Select the Settings option and then Show advanced settings (this option is located at the foot of the page)
In the Privacy option, click on Content settings to enable/disable the various types of cookie.
In order to enable the cookies the User must select the Allow local data to be saved option.
To disable third party cookies (but keep technical cookies enabled) the User must select the flag on Block third party cookies and site data.
Mozilla Firefox Browser:
Open Mozilla Firefox and from the Menu which is on the top of the browser, select Tools and then Options.
Select the Privacy tab from the mask that opens.
In the drop-down menu to the side of History settings, select Use customised settings to enable/disable the various types of cookie.
In order to enable the cookies, the User must select the flag Accept site cookies. To disable third party cookies (but keep technical cookies enabled) the User must select option Never from the drop-down menu corresponds to Accept third party cookies.
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Open Internet Explorer and click on the Tools option, then select Internet options.
Access the Privacy tab.
Using the scroll cursor it is possible to set the level of privacy and enable/disable the various types of cookie.
Scrolling downward shall allow cookies to be used, whereas scrolling upwards they are blocked.
Open Opera and click on Settings; then go to Preferences, after which select Advanced and finally Cookies.
These settings allow the management of cookies to be configured under Opera by enabling/disabling the various types of cookie. The predefined setting allows all cookies to be accepted.
Accept the cookies: All cookies are accepted.
Only accept cookies from visited websites: Third party cookies sent from a domain different from the one being visited are refused.
Never accept the cookies: All cookies are refused.
Launch Safari and from the Menu at the top of the browser, click on Safari.
Select Preferences from the drop-down menu.
Select the Privacy tab from the displayed window.
Select one of the offered options grouped under item Cookies and website data to enable/disable the various types of cookies.
In order to enable the cookies, the User shall select the option Always allow. To disable third party cookies (but keep the technical cookies) select Allow from websites I visit.
If the information pursuant to the previous links is not sufficient on how to manage cookies using other browsers, we recommend going to the Help section of the browser for more details.
Type of cookies. The Website uses technical cookies strictly necessary for the operation of the Website:
The User may deactivate first party technical cookies by clicking on the indicated links or in the case of third party technical cookies, by accessing the information notices and consent forms of such third party. Nonetheless the deactivation of such cookies could comprise the correct navigation and function of the Website.
These cookies enable users, if they wish, to login to their accounts on social media sites such as Twitter or Facebook and share content from the Website with their friends. These cookies do not allow us access to your accounts or provide us with any confidential information relating to any of your accounts. The deactivation of such cookies does not comprise the correct navigation and function of the Website.
The User may deactivate the first party profiling cookies pursuant to the table by clicking on the indicated links, or in the case of third party cookies, by accessing the information and consent forms of such third party.