Cookie Policy

This Cookie Policy explains what cookies are and how they are used on this website ( Just like most websites, this website stores and retrieves information on users’ browsers using cookies.

What are Cookies?

A cookie is a small piece of data that the website asks to store on the user’s computer or mobile device. Generally, it contains information that is not personally identifiable to the user but is rather used to improve and personalise their web experience.

User Consent

By browsing the website, the user automatically consents to the use of cookies as described in this Cookie Policy. Users can decide to withdraw their consent at any given time by deleting the cookies on their computer or mobile device using the settings and configuration of their Internet browser.

How we use Cookies

Cookies help us identify problems and improve user experience. Cookies gather information on the user’s preferences and tailor the website according to their specific interests.

Third-party cookies may be installed when browsing content housed on external domains (e.g., videos) and are subject to their policies. SeaClear2.0 cannot access data stored in cookies of external domains.

Disabling and Blocking Cookies

Our system will automatically create cookies when a user visits the website. The user can block or disable them by configuring their browser to allow them to block the installation of some or all cookies. Almost all browsers allow cookie alerts or users to automatically block cookies.

Users who choose to block cookies can keep browsing the website, although some services may be limited, which may prevent them from experiencing the full functionality of the website.

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Changes to the Cookie Policy

Changes to the Cookie Policy will be reflected in this section and will be applicable from then onwards. SeaClear2.0 reserves the right to amend, update or adapt this Cookie Policy to reflect any changes in legislation or in the interpretation by the relevant data protection agency.

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