In this policy, we use the term ‘cookies’ as a reference to cookies and comparable technologies that are regulated by the EU-guidelines for privacy in electronic communication
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file saved by your browser or mobile device. The cookie ‘remembers’ your actions or preferences.
Most browsers support cookies. Users can configure their settings in such a way, that specific cookie or set of cookies are refused. Cookies can also be deleted at any given time.
We also offer you specific content based on the cookies, like videos. We can also use the cookie information to target advertisements on third-party websites.
What kind of cookies do we use?
Own cookies and third-party cookies.
We use our own, as well as third party cookies.
Our own cookies, from Shell TapUp domains, are mainly used to support language preference, location or to support the basic functions of the website.
Third-party cookies are and are maintained by third parties such as partners or suppliers of Shell TapUp. These cookies help us to show forms, and support advertisements outside our own domain.
Session cookies are temporary cookies used to remember your visit to our website. They are no longer used when you close your browser.
Permanent cookies are used to remember your preferences within our website and stay on your device even after you close your browser or restart your device. We use these to analyze visitor behaviour and find patterns so that we can improve your customer experience and measure the effect of changes made.
Cookies and technology such as web beacons, pixels, and anonymous ad-tags help us to show you relevant ads. They also help us collect the right data to evaluate the effect of the ads. Thanks to the pixels we place onto the website, we can improve the way we show ads to you and we’ll know if you’ve already seen it. Your browser requests these ads from the ad server.
How do we use third-party cookies?
How can I refuse and remove cookies?
You can refuse or block our Shell TapUp cookies, by clicking on the cookie preferences of our website.
When it comes to your browser: You can change your preferences in your browser. Most browser will accept cookies automatically. If you do not want this, you will need to remove or blocks them yourself.
If you refuse our cookies, you will still be able to visit our website, however, some of the functionality might not work properly.
At www.allaboutcookies.org you will find more information about cookies. By using our website without refusing or removing specific or all cookies, you agree that we place the cookies that you have not removed or refused.