Cookie Policy

We record information about your visit to our websites to collect figures about the use of our websites.

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Cookies are small pieces of information that are stored by the browser on your computer. W4AwBank New York uses cookies to recognize you on your next visit. Cookies enable us to collect information about the use of our services and to improve and adapt them to the wishes of our visitors, these cookies are also called 'functional cookies'.

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Analytical cookies provide us with insight into how you use our website. We try to improve our website with these insights. Analytical cookies make a minimal infringement of your privacy. The stored data cannot be traced back to a person. W4AwBank New York has entered into a processor agreement with Google. The data received via Google Analytics is encrypted and processed anonymously. No data is shared with Google and the Google Analytics cookies are not used in combination with other Google services such as DoubleClick or Adwords.

Cookies from third parties

There are also third party cookies, which are independent of the main purpose of the website. Those third-party cookies are used with the YouTube videos on our website. YouTube only creates cookies when the video is playing. For the cookies that YouTube places, the information they collect with them and the purpose for which that information is used, we refer to the YouTube privacy statement on their own website. This statement can change regularly and W4AwBank New York has no control over it.

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