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When you visit the Hitachi High-Technologies Group websites, information is stored on your terminal device in the form of a "cookie." Cookies are small files that are stored on your terminal device and save certain settings and data to exchange with our websites via your browser.

For example, cookies enable us to tailor a website to better match your interests or to store your password so that you do not have to re-enter it every time. As a general rule, we never collect personal data via cookies, unless you have given us your express permission to do so.

If you do not want us to recognize your terminal device, please configure your Internet browser to erase all cookies from your device, to block all cookies or to receive a warning before a cookie is stored. You will find brief instructions on how to do this below.

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files that your browser installs on your computer or other devices and enable the Website to recognize it upon your visit. It consists of a unique number and can hence distinguish your device from others although you remain unnamed. Thanks to cookies, we can for example make sure that the information appearing on your screen during your next visit to its website is tuned in to your preferences. With the help of cookies, we can also identify the most popular sections of its website, since they allow us to know which pages are visited and how much time visitors spend browsing the same. On the basis of these aggregated data, we can adjust its website to better reflect visitor preferences and offer a more customer-oriented experience. Finally, cookies may facilitate certain third-party applications such as social media network connections.

What types of cookies may we use?

Cookies can be assigned to four categories, depending on their function and intended purpose: absolutely necessary cookies, performance cookies, functional cookies, and cookies for marketing purposes.

Absolutely necessary cookies

They are needed for you to navigate within our websites and operate basic website functions, such as the issuance of anonymous Session IDs for bundling several related queries to a server.

Performance cookies

They collect information on the usage of our websites, including for example the Internet browsers and operating systems used, the domain name of the website which you previously visited, the number of visits, average duration of visit, and pages called up. (e.g. Adobe Analytics)

These cookies do not store any information that would make it possible to personally identify the user. The information collected with the aid of these cookies is aggregated and is therefore anonymous. Performance cookies serve the purpose of improving the user friendliness of a website and therefore enhancing the user' s experience. You can block the use of such cookies by creating an exclusion cookie.

Functional cookies

They enable a website to store information the user has already entered (such as user ID, language selection, or the user' s location), in order to offer improved, personalized functions to the user. Functional cookies are also used to enable requested functions such as playing videos and to make a user' s decision to block or disable a certain function (e.g. web analysis) - "opt-out cookies".

Cookies for marketing purposes

They are used to offer more relevant content to users, based on their specific interests. They are also used to limit the display frequency of an ad and to measure and control the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. They register whether users have visited a website or not, and which contents were used. This information may possibly also be shared with third parties, such as advertisers, for example. These cookies are often linked to the functions of third-party websites. You can block the use of such cookies by creating an opt-out cookie

How can I deactivate cookies?

In the following you will find a summary of links that provide detailed information on the deactivation of cookies in commonly used browsers.