When we use pronouns such as "we", "our" etc. we mean Warburg Oncology ApS (CVR: 43007068). We are both data controllers and data processors of the data we collect through cookies.
Our websites include our main domain solidtherapeutics.com and all associated subdomains and other websites that we own and manage.
What are cookies?
When you visit our websites, one or more cookies will automatically be stored in your browser. Cookies are small text files in your browser that are used to recognize you from time to time.
Cookies make it easier for you to use our websites, as they help to remember some of your preferences for the use of the individual website. At the same time, cookies are used to remember who you are from time to time and to help adapt content for you in the form of advertisements and marketing across different websites.
What types of cookies do we collect?
When you visit our websites, we collect 4 types of cookies:
In order to optimize your use of our websites and to ensure that the site functions as it should, we collect "necessary cookies", which must always be obtained in order to our websites function optimally.
In addition, we collect "functional cookies" that help remember your preferences on our website, such as location, your previous choices from previous visits, etc.
In order to optimize and measure our traffic, we collect "statistical cookies" that help us understand how visitors anonymously interact with our websites.
In order to be able to target and adapt our advertising, we also collect "marketing cookies" in order to be able to send relevant advertisements and campaigns across websites.
When you visit our websites, it is important for us to ensure that these work as they should and that we can optimize and adjust them.
to determine who visits our websites,
to gain insight into their behavior as well
to be able to target our marketing to the users who have shown an interest in our services.
We collect information about:
when and for how long you visit our websites,
which pages you click on,
if you have visited us before,
which services you seem to be more interested in than others,
which browser you are using and
your IP address.
How long do we store cookies?
Some cookies are stored over longer periods, while other cookies will only be collected while you are on our websites. You can read more about the expiry period of the individual cookies in the section "Overview of cookies".
When you revisit our websites, the period we store cookies will be extended again. You can read more about how to avoid and delete cookies in the sections below.
How to avoid cookies?
Among the cookies stored in your browser, some are necessary for our websites to function properly – these are the "necessary cookies" as mentioned in the section "What types of cookies do we collect?" above. You cannot limit these. However, you can both limit and delete all cookies that are not "necessary cookies".
Several browsers offer the use of "private browsing" that lets you visit websites anonymously. Private browsing limits a website's cookies so that only the necessary cookies are stored in your browser. Here are a number of links with guides on how to use private browsing in your browser:
Private browsing in Microsoft Edge (Ctrl + Shift + P)
Private Browsing in FireFox (Ctrl + Shift + P)
Private Browsing in Safari on Mac (Ctrl + Shift + N)
Private browsing in Safari on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch (new tab + Private)
Private Browsing in Chrome (Ctrl + Shift + N)
Private browsing in Opera (Ctrl + Shift + N)
Private browsing in Brave (Ctrl + Shift + P)
How are cookies deleted?
If you wish to delete cookies, you can do this through your browser.
All browsers allow you to either delete cookies individually or all at once. How you delete cookies depends on which browser you use. Below you can find a guide suitable for your browser by following the links listed.
Cookies from third parties and business partners
When you interact with our website, cookies are stored in your browser for use by third parties and business partners.
Third parties mean services that help deliver content to our websites in the form of video, forms and chat.
Collaborators are used to enable advertisers, ad networks, etc. to deliver relevant and targeted ads to our visitors.