ILLIAR Cookie Policy


Through this Cookie Policy, ILLIAR SA ("Illiar") provides information on how to use cookies and similar technologies on this

Illiar is responsible for the use of cookies and similar technologies on the website. To contact Illiar regarding the use of cookies and similar technologies on the website, please refer to the contact information provided in this Cookie Policy.

What are cookies and similar technologies?

Cookies are small text files containing small amounts of information downloaded (or read) to your device when you visit a website via, for example, your computer browser, tablet or smartphone. This small text file allows for storage and/or consultation of data (sometimes also personal data). This(personal) data allows you to be identified when you visit the website at a later time.

JavaScript code and web beacons are examples of similar technologies which, in combination with cookies, allow a system to collect information (JavaScript code), store it in small and simple text files(cookies) and subsequently transmit it (web beacons ). All of these techniques are collectively referred to as "cookies and similar technologies" (hereinafter: cookies).

How does Illiar use cookies?

Illiar uses cookies and similar technologies to process personal data for various purposes, as specified below. When the user provides consent, cookies and similar techniques are used, among other things, to display advertisements and other relevant communications on topics of interest to the user, to carryout campaign analysis and to communicate with recipients. desired. Illiar also implements cookies for essential technical, functional and purely analytical purposes. Consent is not required for the use of these cookies as they have virtually no effect on privacy.

For what purposes does Illiar use cookies?

On our website, cookies are used for the following purposes:  

· Functional cookies: some cookies are essential for the website to function properly. Other functional cookies provide the functionality of the website, for example the ability to save preferred settings or the contents of the shopping cart and to facilitate access to the user account on the website.

· Analysis cookies: Illiar uses tools to analyze how visitors use the website, in order to improve the ease of use of the site. Cookies are also used to create statistics relating to user behavior on the website, for example regarding the number of visitors to specific web pages or the fact that a user has already visited the site previously or to analyze connected users and identify use cases from multiple devices.

· Advertising or tracking cookies: Illiar uses various (third-party) cookies for promotional purposes. The personal data collected is analyzed and used to develop campaigns and target the appropriate recipients, in order to provide relevant information and personalized communications in the context of advertising campaigns. In this case, cookies and similar technologies are from third parties. Such third parties may follow the user's browsing behavior on different websites. Illiar does not receive information from the parties that deal with tracking cookies regarding visits to other non-Illiar websites. The parties that control these tracking cookies are authorized to securely transmit the data to third parties. The (personal) data collected and used by tracking cookies require an appropriate privacy policy from the third party data controller. Illiar has no influence on these cookies and their use and is not responsible in relation to them.

Below is a detailed overview of the specific cookies on the Illiar website and the third parties involved.


   - Google Tag Manager

   - Hotjar


   - Facebook Pixel

   - Google ADS

What (personal) data does Illiar collect through cookies?

Illiar collects the following data for the following types of cookies:

Functional cookies:

   - Products added to the cart during online shopping are stored and archived;

   - The information entered on the various pages for completing the transaction or order is stored, as well as information on whether the user is logged in, so that it is not necessary to re-enter all the data each time;

   - User preferences, such as language or location;

   - The browser settings are saved to allow an optimal display of the websites on the screen in use;

   - You can save your login information so you don't have to re-enter it every time.

Analysis cookies:

   - IP address (made anonymous by third-party tool providers);

   - Technical features such as browser used (for example Chrome, Internet Explorer or Firefox) and computer screen resolution;

   - Page clicked to reach the website;

   - Dates and duration of visits to the website and pages and features used during the visit;

   - Steps performed as part of the order process and transactions;

   - Use of the website from different devices and unique identifiers, such as unique visitor ID assigned to the device when visiting websites, transaction ID and hashed customer ID;

   - Location information (based on longitude/latitude) where you are using your device.

Advertising cookies:

   - You can track the ads a user sees and interactions with the ad (if the user clicks);

   - It is possible to track the orders placed, including details such as the amount obtained from an order, after the user has viewed an ad or clicked on it;

   - The analytics data can be combined with advertising activities, for example to define market segments based on the data;

  - Third party services may be used to deliver more targeted ads based on user usage and interactions with third parties (e.g. social media usage ads).

How can cookies be disabled or deleted?

After having enabled or disabled cookies on the first visit to the website, it is always possible to cancel these operations by changing the browser settings. Whether you want to disable cookies, receive a notification when a cookie is placed on your device or delete all cookies stored on your computer, you can make these changes through your browser settings (often through the"Help" or "Options" menu. Internet").

See the links below:

   - Internet Explorer:

   - Firefox:

   - Chrome:

   - Safari:

How can cookies be blocked?    

By changing your browser settings, you can set your browser preferences to not accept cookies (from the Illiar website). If the browser does not accept cookies from the website, it may be impossible to access some features and/or the use of the website features may be limited. If you choose to block specific cookies, see the instructions above.

For more information on third-party cookies and the possibilities of opt-out, see or

Who can I contact with questions or requests?

For questions regarding the Cookie Policy or Illiar, please contact the customer service team at:

Who can I contact for complaints about cookies or data privacy?

You can file a complaint regarding Illiar's use of cookies at or by contacting the local supervisory authority.

Changes to the Cookie Policy

Illiar reserves the right to change the Cookie Policy. In the event of significant changes, Illiar may decide to inform users of the changes and offer the possibility to change the cookie settings. It is advisable to consult the Cookie Policy regularly to stay updated on any relevant changes.

This version of the Cookie Policy is version 1.0 and latest update was made on 01 June 2020.

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