About your data protection

We process your data to deliver content or advertisements and measure the delivery of such
content or advertisements to extract insights about our website. We share this information with
our partners based on consent. You can exercise your right to consent, based on a specific
purpose below or at the partner level in the link below each purpose. These choices will be signaled to ours
providers participating in the Transparency and Consent Framework.

Absolutely necessary cookies

These cookies are necessary for the website to function and cannot be turned off in our systems.
They are usually only set in response to actions taken by you that constitute a request for services;
for example, setting your personal preferences, logging in or filling out forms. You can
set your browser to block or warn you about these cookies, but some parts of
the website will not work then. These cookies do not store any personally identifiable information.

What are cookies and what are they used for?

This policy explains how we at Life by Jonty (“PQL”, “we”, “us”) use cookies, pixels and
similar technologies (“cookies”) and your ability to choose how they should be used.

On PQL’s website, we, or the service providers we work with, may collect information
through the use of cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer or on
corresponding device such as your tablet or mobile phone.

There are two types of cookies; permanent cookies and session cookies. Permanent cookies are stored
as a file on the digital device for a certain time until the visitor of the website itself, or the server
who sent them, deletes them. Session cookies are temporarily stored while the visitor is inside and browsing
a website and disappears when the visitor closes their browser.

Cookies can be either first-party cookies or third-party cookies. First-party cookies are
placed by the website you visit while third-party cookies are placed by another party
or website than the one you are visiting. Third-party cookies, for example, are often used by
ad networks to identify a certain type of user, use information about how a
users consumed the content of the various websites and view (customized)
marketing messages on the websites that are part of the network.

How we use cookies

PQL uses cookies for our website to function as intended and to be able to provide you with
visitors a better user experience. We also use cookies to be able to deliver customized
content and marketing to you on our own and third-party websites and on social

Necessary cookies

These cookies are necessary for us to provide functions on our website and for
to ensure that the website, technically and visually, works as intended. These cookies help us
also keep our website and your data secure. These cookies collect e.g. enter information about which
websites you have visited, how long you stayed on the websites, how you got there, what you
clicks on, your choices and which country you are browsing from. These cookies are necessary and therefore cannot be disabled
opt out.

Functional cookies

These cookies enable the website to provide improved functionality and
personal adaptation. These cookies may be placed by us or by third party providers whose services
we have added to our pages. If you do not allow these cookies, some or all of these services may
not working as they should.

Third Party Providers

Google: Our websites use the following cookies from Google. You can read more about Google’s
use of cookies here.

Analytics contains a random number that keeps track of you as a user. Information that
collected in connection with this number is used to understand visitor patterns, behaviors on
website and how many times you visited the website. The information can then be used
to improve features and your user experience. If you log into our website so
A user ID is also placed in these cookies which is linked to your user account with us. This one
cookies are stored for two years. You can opt out of this type of cookie here.

Tag Manager is used to measure how long activities take from the time the user arrives
the website, e.g. how long it takes from the time the user arrives at the site to the
the user starts a video. This cookie is stored for one hour.

Google Optimize is used to test different versions of web pages. Sometimes we test different versions of
web pages to better understand how to design our website. This cookie keeps track of whether you
participated in such a test. This cookie is stored for 40 days.

Facebook Pixel (third-party cookies) provided by Facebook. The pixel enables us to display
better ads for you on Facebook’s platforms and ad networks based on your behavior on our
site. It only applies if you