A cookie is a simple small file that a website stores on your hard drive via the browser. Information is stored in a cookie. Most browsers are set by default to accept cookies, but you can reset your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. However, some features and services, on our and other websites, may not function properly if cookies are disabled in your browser.
Washington Square Films uses different types of cookies, and each type of cookie pursues a different purpose:
– Functional and analytical cookies to optimize and analyze your user experience
These cookies ensure that the website functions correctly and in a user-friendly way, for example by detecting possible problems on our website. In addition, we can also measure and analyze our website in order to be able to continue to improve our website in function of our visitors.
– Cookies from third parties (third party cookies)
It is also possible that, aside from Washington Square Films, third parties place cookies to track your use, offer you personalized advertisements or simplify your connection with social networks. These types of cookies are made by the third party itself. Washington Square Films therefore has no control over this.
The period within which we have a cookie stored depends on the type of cookie. Some cookies are deleted when you close your browser, other cookies are retained so that they can be picked up at the next session or can continue to operate between sessions.
Washington Square Films sees it as its legitimate interest to offer you a correctly designed website and wants to optimize your website experience. Therefore, you cannot disable functional and analytical cookies.
It is possible to delete cookies, but you can also disable them. How you do this exactly depends on the browser which you use in order to surf to our website. Washington Square Films would like to point out that when you delete or disable cookies, your website experience can be affected and possibly reduced.
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