Dosign uses functional, analytical and tracking cookies to improve the website. For this we store information such as your IP address, your surfing behavior and all personal data that you leave with us. We use this data to analyze this information with tools from other parties to improve our website. You can now give permission for all these cookies. You can also change the cookie settings if you do not want us to share this information.
Below you find detailed information on how we handle personal data on the Dosign site and which cookies we set or are set by third parties.
We have the privacy of our visitors in high esteem. All privacy-sensitive information you provide to us is covered by our privacy statement. Your data is treated as confidential and used solely for the purposes described below.
Tracking cookies are set for analytics or advertising ends by a third party. As these cookies are not set by us, we cannot take any liability for tracking cookies.
How to restrict or block cookies
You can adjust the settings in your browser in order to restrict or block cookies that are set by this site (or any other site on the Internet). Your browser may include information on how to adjust your setting. Consult the ICO site for details. Please be aware that restricting cookies may impact the functionality of the site.
Overview of cookies set
Below you find details on which cookies Dosign applies and the third-party cookies in use.
You wish to avoid your site navigation from being tracked? Then you can opt out with a special browser add-on off the Google website. This add-on affects any website you visit, not only the Dosign website. To opt out, follow the link on browser add-on.
These cookies are essential in order to enable you to move around the site and use its features. Without these cookies, certain services, such as login or online job application, cannot be provided. They also serve to save your preferences on our site.
Social media buttons
Our website provides link buttons for convenient promoting and sharing on social media. These buttons represent code of the social media, who themselves apply a cookie. Said cookie saves your login, so you can skip repeated login. To learn more on the use of these cookies, you can consult the respective data policy on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and LinkedIn (change language settings, if need be). Be aware that these statements are frequently amended.