🍪Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy of DOGAMI

This cookie policy (hereinafter referred to as the “ Cookie Policy”) governs the relationship between the User (as defined in the Terms & Conditions) and Dogami Sàrl, an organization duly incorporated and validly existing under the laws of Switzerland, having its corporate seat at Chemin des Couleuvres 8b, 1295 Tannay, Vaud, registered under code CHE-369.153.974 (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”).

Disclaimer and Risk Statement

By reading this document, the User is aware that:

Disclaimer: the Company is not liable for any possible misinterpretation of the Cookie Policy.

The Company recommends the User read the Cookie Policy together with the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy. In fact, the three documents constitute the entirety of the relationship between the User and the Company. The mere reading of the Cookie Policy does not provide a complete understanding to the User of the relationship between the parties.

1. Preliminary remarks

1.1. The Cookie Policy explains how the Company uses cookies and similar technologies when the User visits the website located at https://dogami.com/ or any other websites, pages, features, or content the Company owns or operates (hereinafter collectively referred to as the “Websites”) when the User uses the mobile app, and/or when they interact with the Company’s online advertisements or marketing emails (hereinafter collectively referred to as the “Services”).

1.2. The Cookie Policy explains what these technologies are and why the Company uses them, as well as the User’s rights to control the Company’s use of them.

1.3. In some cases, the Company may use cookies and similar technologies to collect personal information or information that becomes personal information if the Company combines it with other information.

1.4. If the User has any questions about our use of cookies or other technologies, they can submit a request via the Company’s support portal at hello@dogami.io.

2. Definition of “Cookie”

2.1. Cookies are small files, typically of letters and numbers, downloaded onto a person’s computer or mobile device when the person visits certain websites. When a person returns to these websites or visits other websites that use the same cookies, the websites recognize these cookies and the User’s browsing device (hereinafter referred to as the “Cookie(s)”).

2.2. A Cookie cannot read data off the User’s hard drive or read Cookie files created by other websites.

2.3. Cookies set by the Company are called “First Party Cookies”.

2.4. Cookies set by parties other than the Company are called “Third Party Cookies”. The parties that set Third Party Cookies can recognize the User’s web browser both when it visits the Websites and when it visits certain other websites where the Third Party’s Cookies are also present.

2.5. The issuance and use of Third Party Cookies are subject to the following privacy policies:

2.5.1. Google Analytics: https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en

2.5.2. Mailchimp: https://mailchimp.com/fr/gdpr/

2.6. More information on cookies and their use can be found at www.aboutcookies.org or www.allaboutcookies.org.

3. Usage of Cookies

3.1. When the User accesses the Websites and the Services, the Company may place Cookies on the User’s computer or other devices. These technologies help the Company better understand user behaviour and inform the Company about which parts of the Websites people have visited.

3.2. The Company may use Third Party Cookies to recognize the User, customize the Services, content, and advertising, measure promotional effectiveness and collect information about the User’s computer or other access devices to mitigate risk, help prevent fraud, and promote trust and safety.

3.3. The Company may place Cookies from third-party service providers who may use information about the User’s visits to other websites to target advertisements for products and services available from the Company.

3.4. The Company does not control the types of information collected and stored by the Third Party Cookies. The User should check the third-party's website for more information on how they use Cookies.

4. Types of Cookie

4.1. The Company may use the following types of Cookies:

4.1.1. Strictly Necessary Cookies These Cookies are necessary for the Websites to function and cannot be switched off in the Company’s systems. They are usually only set in response to actions made by the User, which amount to a request for services, such as setting their privacy preferences, logging in, or filling in forms. These also include cookies the Company may rely on for fraud prevention. The User can set their browser to block or alert them about these Cookies, but some parts of the Websites will not then work.

4.1.2. Performance/Analytics Cookies These Cookies allow the Company to count visits and traffic sources so it can measure and improve the performance of the Websites and the Services. They help the Company to know which pages are the most and least popular and see how visitors move around the site. All information these cookies collect is aggregated and, therefore, anonymous. If the User does not allow these Cookies, the Company will not know when the User has visited the Websites and will not be able to monitor its performance.

4.1.3. Functionality Cookies These Cookies allow the Company to remember the choices the User makes and to tailor the Services so the Company can provide relevant content to the User. For example, a functionality cookie can remember the User’s preferences (e.g., country or language selection) or their username.

4.1.4. Targeting/Advertising Cookies The Company may use third-party service providers to display advertising on the Services and serve advertising on other third-party sites that may be relevant to the User or their interests. These Cookies are also used to help measure the effectiveness of the advertising campaign. They remember that the User has visited a website, and this information may be shared with other organizations, such as advertisers. The information collected through this process by the third-party service providers does not enable the Company or them to identify the User’s name, contact details or other personal information that directly identifies the User unless they choose to provide these. Such advertising will only be delivered where permitted by applicable law. If the User does not allow these cookies, they will experience less advertising tailored to their inferred interests on the Websites.

5. Consent

5.1. When the User first visit the Websites, they will be asked to accept, configure or refuse the use of some Cookies.

5.2. If the User does not want Cookies to be placed or read on their terminal equipment, a refusal Cookie (hereinafter referred to as the “Refusal Cookie”) will be placed on their equipment so that the Company can record the information according to which the User has refused the use of Cookies.

5.3. If the User deletes the Refusal Cookie, it will no longer be possible to identify the User as having refused the use of Cookies.

5.4. Also, when the User accepts the deposit of Cookies, a consent cookie is placed (hereinafter referred to as the “Consent Cookie”).

5.5. Refusal or Consent Cookies must remain on the User’s terminal equipment.

6. The permanence of the Cookies

6.1. The length of time a cookie will stay on the User browsing device depends on whether it is a “Persistent” or “Session” Cookie.

6.2. Session cookies will only stay on the User’s device until they close their browser.

6.3. Persistent cookies stay on the User’s browsing device until they expire or are deleted.

7. Cookie management module

7.1. A module allows the User to choose which cookies they wish to accept and which they wish to reject on the Websites.

7.2. At any time, by clicking here [insert a link sending back to the cookie management module], the User can access the module and change their preferences.

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