Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy


1. What is a cookie?

Cookies are tiny files, or pieces of information, used by websites to store temporary information in your browser. They help identify the device used to visit so we can remember who you are and improve your experience.

Cookies are used by most websites, including ours, to offer you a better experience when you visit our site as well as to remember your preferences. Cookies also help us understand how you’re using our websites by telling us which pages are being visited and for how long. This allows us to create the best website experience for everyone using the site.

Some cookies require you to accept them, others do not. The Solirius website uses cookies that do not contain personal information and are only used for the duration of your session and to improve performance. As such, these cookies do not need acceptance or consent.


2. Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies to provide you with the best experience possible and to learn about how our site is used so we can offer improvements to ensure the site operates as needed.


3. What cookies do we use?

While Solirius doesn’t actively add cookies for tracking or analytics, our hosting platform does utilise cookies.

These cookies do not include any personal information, they are only used for the duration of the session and are used to improve performance for the end customer. As such, they are exempt from the need to obtain end user consent.

Please note that our website is made up of static pages (HTML) via 1&1 IONOS hosting and WordPress.


4. Links to other websites

At times, the Solirius website may link to external resources. These links will direct you to websites managed by a third party who may have a differing policy and use different cookies, some of which you may need to accept.

If you click these links, you understand that we have no control over these cookies are you are responsible for understanding their cookie policy.


5. Updates

At times, we may update this policy to reflect changes in our cookie usage. Please check back for updates.

Last updated: May 2021