Nutrite AOL wishes to respect the privacy of its users. However, it is possible that cookies are stored on your computer while you are browsing the site. This data may be used for statistical purposes, but will remain confidential and under no circumstances will it be sold or transferred to third parties.
The user of the Nutrite AOL website may choose to provide personal information. For example, by sending an email that identifies him or her or by sending personal information to a member of the Nutrite AOL team. These communications are subject to the same policy as any other exchange, that is, they are considered private and confidential. The personal information of the user in question will not be disclosed unless the user has specifically requested to do so.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a file or information that is stored on a user’s computer, smartphone or tablet when visiting the Nutrite AOL website. A cookie will contain the name of the website it came from, its “lifetime” and a value, which is usually a randomly generated unique numeric key.
Why are cookies used?
Cookies are used to make the Nutrite AOL site easier to use and to tailor it to users’ needs and interests. The cookies may also be used to compile anonymous, aggregate statistics that allow Nutrite AOL to understand how users use its site and to improve its structure and content. This information does not identify users.