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We know that treating your personal information carefully is important to you. Therefore, Standard in Gold LTD attaches great importance to compliance with applicable legal regulations.

When you submit personal information such as name, email address, postal address, etc. to our website, you give us your consent to store and process it as part of your customer profile in order to provide the services you have requested. We follow the principle of data economy and only collect the data that is absolutely necessary for this purpose. If you provide us with further information, this is on a voluntary basis and your data will not be passed on to third parties.




In this notice, the term "cookies" is used to refer to both cookies and similar technologies to which the EU Directive on data protection in electronic communications refers.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small files created by the website you visit that contain data. They are stored on the visitor's computer and allow access to various functions. We use permanent and temporary cookies on our websites. A temporary cookie is stored temporarily on the visitor's computer while they visit the website. The cookie is deleted when the visitor closes their web browser or a certain time has passed (i.e. the session expires). A permanent cookie remains on the visitor's computer until it is deleted. It remains valid for a long period of time (several months or years) and during this time it can be retrieved from the website that created it.


Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies for statistical evaluations of how our visitors use our content in order to improve our website for you. Cookies are also used to provide you with targeted, interesting advertising information. Certain cookies are also absolutely necessary to operate our website or to provide the services you request, such as the web shop.

How can I prevent the use of cookies?

You can generally refuse or delete cookies by setting up your Internet browser or the privacy settings on your mobile phone accordingly. Please note that cookies are usually automatically accepted in the default setting. So if you do not want cookies to be used, you must change this setting. Please refer to the help function of your browser or the operating instructions of your mobile phone. You can decide specifically about the use of cookies through our website by indicating in our cookie banner which cookies you want to accept or reject. You can also accept or reject all cookies, except those that are strictly necessary for the website to operate or to provide the services you have requested. Rejecting the cookies in the cookie banner will not cause you any disadvantages; you can still visit our website unhindered in this case.


How can I delete cookies?


Please note that for technical reasons it is not possible for us to delete cookies that have already been set. If you refuse the further use of cookies in our cookie banner, they will remain stored on your computer. However, we no longer use or evaluate them. However, you can delete cookies at any time via your browser or privacy settings. Please refer to the help function of your internet browser or the operating instructions for your mobile phone.


3.1 Cookies for web analysis


Piwik PRO Analytics Suite

In order to analyze the user experience and the digital customer journey based on data and optimize it for you by offering you products, content or services tailored to you (“personalization”), we use the analysis and customer data platform Piwik PRO. We collect first-party data about website visitors based on cookies, IP addresses and so-called browser fingerprints; We create user profiles based on browsing history and calculate metrics related to website usage, such as bounce rate, intensity of visits, page views, etc. Tracking collects data about which content, pages and functions you use on the website. Tracking is carried out exclusively on the basis of your consent in accordance with Article 6 Paragraph 1 Letter a of the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”).

The tracking data is collected exclusively via (cloud services in the EU).

If personal tracking takes place after voluntarily given consent, you can revoke your consent using a corresponding setting in the electronic service, whereby the tracking data will be anonymized and can no longer be assigned to you personally. Your IP address is immediately anonymized during this process, so that you as a user remain anonymous to us. You thereby forego the advantages of personalized use of the Electronic Service.


3.2 Cookies for marketing purposes



This Platform uses cookies, beacons, tags, mobile SDKs and some non-cookie technologies to collect and store Platform data across web browsers and devices, across websites and apps and over time. The anj cookie contains data indicating whether a cookie ID has been synchronized with our partners. ID synchronization allows our partners to use their data on the platform from outside the platform. The uuid2 cookie contains a unique, randomly generated value that allows the platform to distinguish browsers and devices. It is compared with information such as advertising interests and ad histories displayed in the browser or device, provided by customers or other third parties and stored on the platform. This information is used by customers to select advertisements for delivery through the Platform and to measure and evaluate the performance of those advertisements.

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Google Double Click uses cookies and web beacons (invisible graphics) that evaluate information such as visitor traffic on the website. The information generated in this way about the use of this website and the delivery of advertising formats is transmitted to a Google server in the USA and stored there. This information may be passed on by Google to Google's contractual partners. The combined use of first-party cookies (e.g. Google Analytics cookies) and third-party cookies (e.g. DoubleClick cookies) allows ads to be presented, optimized and evaluated to visitors based on previous visits to this website. Information about surfing behavior is collected and stored for marketing purposes. Using an algorithm, targeted product recommendations can then be shown to you as personalized advertising banners on other websites (so-called publishers).

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Facebook pixel

The Facebook pixel contains programmatic functions that allow Facebook to track your actions when you come to our website through a Facebook ad, e.g. to purchase a product on our website. Facebook stores this information using one or more cookies. These enable Facebook to compare the data about your visit to our website with the data from your Facebook account, after which the data is deleted again.

The data collected cannot be viewed by us and is only used as part of advertising campaigns. If you are a Facebook user and are logged in when you visit our website, your visit will automatically be assigned to your Facebook user account.

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3.3 Share function


Using the share function, visitors can recommend our website and its content via social networks such as Facebook or Twitter. Information about how the share function is used by our visitors is stored via cookies in order to improve our website. If you prevent the use of cookies, no information will be stored.


3.4 Third-party cookies

Some functions on our website are supported by third parties, for example if you can watch a YouTube video on one of our pages or find a link to YouTube. These videos or links (as well as any other third-party content) may contain third-party cookies. We have no influence on these providers and do not use their cookies for our own purposes. For more information about the use of these cookies, please read the terms and conditions of that third party's website.


4. Logging of IP addresses

Every time you visit a website, your IP address and various other technical information (e.g. about your browser and device) are transmitted to the website operator. Your IP address is assigned to you by your Internet service provider. Your identity can theoretically be determined by sending a request to this provider.

For security reasons, e.g. to be able to track hacking attacks, we store the IP addresses of all visitor requests, the requested URL, the size of the returned response, any error messages and the date and time of the request. The resulting logs are used exclusively to track security breaches. The logs are not saved permanently but are deleted after a maximum of 4 weeks.