What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file. This file is placed on your computer when you visit a website. Every time you visit a website, your browser sends these small text files back to the website in order for the website to recognize your preferences.
Cookies are necessary for a computer to recognize a specific user. Since HappyPills wants to offer its users the best service possible, cookies are used. Without these cookies, the user's experience would deteriorate. For instance, HappyPills would have to ask you repeatedly about personal preferences like language and currency.
Which cookies does HappyPills use?
Different kinds of cookies are used. In the PDF file below this page you can find a list with the different cookies used by HappyPills. The following information about the specific cookies can be seen on that list:
Enabling or disabling cookies on your computer?
- Who placed the particular cookie?
- With what purpose was the cookie placed?
- How long will the cookie be saved on your computer?
- What are the consequences of disabling the specific cookie on your website?
In most browsers it is possible to self manage the enabling or disabling of particular cookies. Above that, you can often decide if you want to receive a notification when a cookie is placed on your computer. Instructions about how to enable cookies and information about how to receive cookie notifications can normally be found in the browser's toolbar.
If cookies are not enabled on your computer, your shopping experience on our HappyPills website will be limited to browsing. Products cannot be added to a shopping cart and therefore cannot be bought. Certain cookies are needed to surf successfully on the HappyPills website. In the PDF file below you will learn more about those cookies.