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This website has to store a small amount of information (cookies) on your computer so it will function properly and enable us to make further improvements to the site, enhancing your browsing experience. More than 90% of all websites use cookies, but according to European Union regulations adopted on 25 March 2011 we are obligated to ask for permission before storing cookies. By using this website you agree to use and store cookies. If you block cookies you can still browse the site, but some of its functionalities will not be available.

What is a cookie?
Generally speaking, a cookie is information stored on a computer by websites you visit. Cookies often store your preferences and settings for a website, such as your preferred language or location. When you again visit the same website, your browser sends back the cookies that belong to that site. This allows the site to present information customized to your needs.

Cookies can store a wide range of information, including personal information (such as your name or email address). However, this information can only be stored if you enable it – websites cannot access information you didn’t provide to them, and can’t access other files on your computer. By default, activities of storing and sending cookies are not visible to you. However, you can change your browser settings to allow you to approve or deny cookie storage requests, delete stored cookies automatically when you close the browser, and more.

How to disable cookies
By turning off cookies, you decide whether you want to allow storing cookies on your computer. Cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your web browser. For more information on cookie settings, please select your web browser from the following list. • ChromeFirefoxInternet Explorer 9Internet Explorer 7 i 8Opera (page in English) • Safari (page in English) If you disable cookies, you might not be able to use some functionalities of websites you visit

What are temporary cookies?
Temporary or session cookies are removed from your computer by closing the browser. Websites use them to store temporary information, such as items in your shopping cart.

What are persistent cookies?
Persistent or stored cookies remain on your computer after you close your web browser. Websites use them to store information, such as usernames and passwords, so you don’t have to sign in every time you visit a specific site. Persistent cookies remain on your computer for days, months, even years.

What are first-party cookies?
First-party cookies are sent by the visited website, and can be persistent or session. Websites use these cookies to store information that they’ll reuse the next time you visit that specific site.

What are third-party cookies?
Third-party cookies originate from advertisements for other sites (such as pop-ups or banner ads) located on the website you’re viewing. Websites use these cookies to track your internet habits for marketing purposes.

Does the span.app use cookies?
Yes, primarily so that our websites can offer you a better user experience.

What kind of cookies does span.app use and why?

  • Session cookies – are temporary cookies that expire (and are automatically deleted) when you close the browser. We use session cookies to provide access to content and enable commenting (things you must do when you sign up with your personal data on the website).
  • Persistent cookies – usually have an expiration date set far into the future so they remain in your browser until they expire, or until you manually delete them. We use persistent cookies for functionalities such as “Stay signed in” tickbox which helps users access the site as registered users. We also use persistent cookies to better understand user habits, so we can improve and customize the site according to your habits. This information is anonymous – we do not see individual user data.

Does the website use third-party cookies?
There are several external services that store limited cookies on user’s computers. These cookies are not implemented by this website, but some are used to enable normal functioning of certain features that provide users with simpler access to content. We currently enable:

  • Measuring engagement
    Span uses Google analytics to measure user engagement and visits.
    If you want to prevent Google analytics from storing cookies on your computer, please visit the following link for opt-out options:

Additional information on turning off cookies
Currently, there are several websites which enable you to stop storing cookies for various services.

More information is available on following links: