Manage My Cookie Choices

Last Updated/Effective Date: October 14, 2022

This Notice on Cookies and Similar Technologies (“Notice”) applies to all websites and mobile applications (collectively, “Sites”) of PlanetArt (“PlanetArt,” “us,” “we,” “our”).

This Notice describes the practices that PlanetArt follows when collecting information using cookies and similar technologies on our Sites. To the extent you access any of our Sites from the European Economic Area and accept our use of cookies, any information we collect from cookies will be transferred to the United States. Please see our Privacy Policy for more information.

We may change this Notice at any time. The Last Updated/Effective Date of this Notice (above) indicates when it was last revised. Any changes in this Notice are effective when we make the revised Notice available.

If you have comments or questions about this Notice, please contact us as set forth below.

I. General Information About Cookies

Cookies are small text files, usually consisting of a series of letters and numbers, which are downloaded onto your device when you access our Sites. Software on your device, like your browser, can store cookies and send them back to us the next time you visit our Sites.

Because cookies store information between your visits to our Sites, they allow us to “recognise” or “remember” you when you return to the Sites, allowing our Sites to work. Cookies let you log in, check out your shopping cart, see the Sites in your preferred language and auto-populate your shipping address. Cookies can also be used to track your online behavior, activities, and interests, so we can send you customised advertising.

A cookie can either be a “session” cookie or a “persistent” cookie. Session cookies exist only for so long as you are visiting the applicable website and are typically deleted within thirty (30) minutes or removed when you exit your web browser, whichever is longer.

Persistent cookies exist for a set period, for example, up to two (2) years. Each time you visit a website that has implemented a persistent cookie, the persistent cookie is renewed, and that cookie will remain active until its predetermined expiration date. You can restrict or block cookies that are set by our Sites (or any other website on the Internet) by adjusting your browser settings.

We place cookies necessary for our Sites to operate correctly. These cookies do not capture identifiable personal information and include cookies such as a Visitor ID (providing you with consistency on our Sites), page number, session ID (identifying your session on the Sites), test (does your browser support cookies), and order (ensuring your shopping basket functions).

First party cookies are necessary for our Sites to function. Although you can opt out of first-party cookies using your browser settings if you do the Sites will not work properly.
Our Sites set several types of third-party cookies. We do not control the operation of any third-party cookies. Some third-party cookies facilitate “cross-device tracking,” allowing us to connect your activity across our Sites regardless of the device you use. You can opt out of many third-party cookies at

II. Summary of the Types of Cookies on our Sites

There are three categories of cookies used on our Sites: (1) cookies that are strictly necessary for the Sites to operate; (2) cookies that assist with the performance of our Sites; and (3) marketing/targeting cookies. Each purpose is outlined below.

Strictly Necessary

These cookies are necessary for the Sites to function and cannot be switched off in our systems. They are usually only set in response to actions made by you which amount to a request for services, such as setting your privacy preferences, logging in or filling in forms. You can set your browser to block or alert you about these cookies, but some parts of the Sites will not work then. These cookies do not collect information that personally identifies you.

Performance Cookies

These cookies gather information about how you use the Sites to ensure efficient operation of the Sites’ functions. For example, they may collect information regarding whether you encountered problems or errors from one of the pages or which pages you visit most often. These cookies do not directly collect information that personally identifies you. When you provide identifying information about yourself, we may use these cookies to provide relevant information on the Sites based on your activities and information that you have provided on the Sites.

Marketing/Targeting Cookies

These cookies collect information regarding your browsing habits. They are usually placed by third-party advertising networks such as those owned by Google, Facebook or other third parties. They remember when you visit our Sites and share this information with other organisations, including advertisers. They do this to tailor online advertisements to you or your interests. Although these cookies can track your visits to websites on the Internet, the cookies themselves do not usually personally identify you.

III. How Can You Make Choices About Cookies?

When you visit our Sites, you are notified of the use of cookies and asked to provide your consent for cookies. You can change your consent preferences regarding the use of cookies by accessing Manage My Cookie Choices.

Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can change your browser’s settings to disable all or certain cookies if you wish. For more information on how to manage browser cookies, see Click on the links below to learn how to manage cookies on these browsers:

Google Chrome: Google Chrome Support
Microsoft Edge: Microsoft Edge Support
Mozilla Firefox: Firefox Support
Microsoft Internet Explorer: Internet Explorer Support

Please note that by disabling or deleting cookies, you may not be able to access the full functionality of our Sites. Disabling or clearing cookies may also affect cookie-based opt-outs by either preventing you from using such cookie-based opt-outs or clearing opt-outs that you previously set.

You may control your advertising preferences or opt-out of certain Google advertising products by visiting the Google Ads Preferences Manager, currently available at or by vising NAI’s online resources at

Some of the third parties that we may work with may participate in the Digital Advertising Alliance’s self-regulatory program, which provides consumers tools to opt-out of receiving interest-based advertising. Click here to learn more about the DAA’s WebChoices tool. To help control or block certain ads in mobile applications, you may choose to download and utilise the DAA mobile app by clicking here.

You also can learn more about opting out of third parties’ use of cookies used to tailor ads and other content by visiting and In the EU, visit
For mobile users, you also have numerous controls in your operating system that enable you to choose whether to allow cookies or to share your advertising ID with third parties. For some information on controlling your mobile choices, click here. To help control or block certain ads in mobile applications, you may choose to download and utilise the Digital Advertising Alliance’s mobile app by clicking here. We do not guarantee that all the third parties we work with will honour the elections you make using any of these options.

IV. Contacting Us

If you have any questions or requests regarding this Policy, please contact us using the information below.

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