Article 1 — Cookie definition
The cookie uniquely identifies your browser to the server. Cookies allow the site to store information on the server (e.g., language preferences, technical information, click information or path, etc.) to enhance the user's experience on the site and to perform site analysis and performance evaluation.
Article 2 — Purpose of cookie collection
- To gather information about site usage. This enables us to provide you with more personalized features and relevant information during your subsequent visits.
Article 3 — Type of personal data processed through cookies
The types of information we may collect through cookies include:
- IP address, browser type, browser version, operating system, operating system version, device, screen resolution, referrer, referrer type, entry, entry page, date and time of site connection, browsing duration, site viewing location, time spent on the site, pages viewed, transaction language, language preferences and settings, data regarding viewed site pages, links clicked on the site, and features or services available that you access on the site.
Article 4 — Types of cookies used
During your use of the site, we may use the following types of cookies:
- Essential cookies – Certain cookies are essential for you to enjoy all the features of the site (including your session cookies). Essential cookies help us prevent any security threats. These essential cookies are not used to collect or store your personal data.
- Statistics cookies – These cookies store information such as the number of visitors to the Site, visited Site pages, source of the visit, etc.
Statistics cookies also help us understand and analyze site performance and areas for improvement. They enable us to recognize and calculate the number of site visits by users and understand how users navigate the site. We also use Google reCAPTCHA cookies as detailed in Google's privacy rules, which apply solely in connection with this type of cookies.
Article 5 — Third-party processing of cookie data
The data generated by cookies regarding your site usage (including your IP address) is transmitted and stored by Google on servers located in the United States. Google will use this information to evaluate your site usage, compile reports on site activity for its publisher, and provide other services related to site activity and internet usage. Google may communicate this data to third parties in case of legal obligation or when these third parties process the data on behalf of Google, including the publisher of this site. Google will not link your IP address with any other data held by Google.
Article 6 — Cookie restriction and consent
Article 7 — Contact
Article 8 — Applicable law and jurisdiction
The policy, as well as all issues arising from or related to it (including non-contractual disputes or claims and their interpretation), shall be subject to Swiss law, excluding conflict of laws rules.
All disputes, claims, or differences between a user or visitor and THE WORKSHOP regarding any matter related to this policy shall be exclusively subject to the competent courts of the canton of Geneva, Switzerland, with recourse to the Swiss Federal Court. However, THE WORKSHOP retains the right to take action at the user's domicile/registered office or before any other competent court or authority, both in Switzerland and abroad, with Swiss law remaining applicable.