Cookie Policy

At Voxel, we use cookies to improve the functionality of our website (“Site”) and make our customers’ online experience as smooth as possible. These technologies allow us to identify users, remember their preferences, assess and enhance the performance of our Site. This policy provides all relevant information about how Voxeltool (“Voxel”, “we”, “our”) makes use of cookies and how users can manage their cookie preferences.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are messages in the form of small text files that a website places on a user’s device, at his or her first visit to the website, in order to store information about that user. The collection of cookies allows the website owner to understand how to optimize a customer’s experience based on their online behavior.

What Cookies do we use and why do we use them?

Cookies used on our Site

We use first-party cookies and third-party cookies for different purposes. First-party cookies are set and managed by Voxel, whereas third-party cookies are cookies which are controlled by external organizations.

Based on their specific purposes, cookies are grouped into the following use categories:

  1. Preferences: These cookies help us to identify and remember choices (e.g. username and language) made by our users. They facilitate the process of filling out forms on our Site and allow us to deliver more customizable services.
  2. Statistics: These cookies are used to gather statistical information about our Site. They help us to measure the actual performance of our Site and identify room for improvement. They also allow us to get details on how users interact with our Site, based on the information they collect on an anonymous basis.
  3. Marketing: These cookies are set in order to capture users browsing habits and display adverts that fit each user’s specific interests.
  4. Unclassified: These cookies are currently subject to classification.

Based on their lifespan, cookies can be further categorized as:

  1. Session cookies: cookies which are only temporarily stored in the browser memory and are destroyed as soon as the browser is closed.
  2. Persistent cookies: cookies which remain saved on a user device until they are deleted manually by the user or automatically by the browser once they reach a specific expiry date.

Cookies used on our Service

The use of first-party and third-party cookies also applies to our platform (“Service”) (not necessarily the same use categories used for the Site). Particularly, we use Technical cookies (e. g. identification cookies) which ensure the correct operation of the Service and Analytics cookies which, in turn, give us the opportunity to better support our users and improve the efficiency of our Service accordingly.

If you want to check by yourself the complete and up-to-date list of cookies currently operating on our Service, you can follow the instructions provided at the following link:

How to set up different cookie preferences?

You can always turn cookies off. By modifying your cookie preferences on your browser, you can remove or block cookies, or receive a warning before a cookie is placed on your device. However, if you choose to decline all cookies, you may be prevented from using some of the services available on our Site.

Below you find links to useful instructions on how to monitor and disable cookies on your preferred browser:

This Cookie Policy may change

This Cookie Policy may be subject to periodical changes in the future, due to external reasons (e.g. changes in the relevant law), or internal reasons (e.g. technical modifications to our Site and/or Service or variations in the use of cookies on our Site and/or Service). We reserve the right to amend this Cookie Policy whenever it is required by the circumstances, without prior notice. However, the latest version is always available on our Site.