Cookies on stagepool.com
A cookie is a very small text file that is saved on your computer. It is used to remember you and your preferences on the website. Cookies are a great way for websites to store important information and settings. For example, the last time you were there, what you put in a form so that you don't have to write again, what choices you made and so on. Cookies can't contain code and hence you need not worry about advertising, spyware, viruses, or similar. Cookies don't put a load on your system noticeably. Only the website that saved the text file can read it, so others can't find out what you did with us. We use two types of cookies, session cookies and so-called permanent cookies.
- Session Cookies
On our website we mostly use session cookies. They help us to remember the choices and information you provide on the site and allow you to use various services on our website. Session cookies are not permanently stored on your computer, they automatically disappear when you close your browser.
- Permanent cookies
We also use so-called permanent cookies. It is a small file that allows a website to recognize you at a return visit. It remembers your password on StagePool if you did not log out last time you visited us. The information is also stored so that for example, some messages will only appear once. Permanent cookies are stored on your computer and must be removed manually. If you delete the cookie you are automatically signed out from StagePool and you may need to make some choices again.
- No Thanks
If you do not want cookies stored on your computer, you can disable that option in your browser security settings. Then no cookies are stored on your computer, but you will not be able to use certain features on our and others' websites. You can also make a setting that alerts each time a cookie shows up and decide on a case-by-case basis whether to allow it or not.