You can learn more about the cookies used by our websites and change your cookie selections by clicking on the website’s Cookie Settings link or via the cookie settings icon (“Cookie Settings”) at the bottom of our websites at any time. Depending on the content and layout of a specific website you will see and be able to click one or the other.
2. What is a cookie? A cookie is a small set of code, generally identified by a name, that may be sent to your browser by a website that distinguishes you from other website visitors. Your browser will retain it for a certain period of time and will send it back to the website each time you return to it. Cookies have multiple uses. Examples of how they may be used include saving your username on a website where you have registered, saving your language settings (as may be applicable depending upon your location and preferences), tracking of your browsing activities for statistical analytics or providing content that is of interest to you.
3. What types of cookies do our websites use and how long are they retained? There are various types of cookies that may be used by any Incyte website as shown below. Cookies can be “first-party,” meaning they are set by us. Cookies may also be placed on your device by another entity, and these are called “third-party” cookies.
You may withdraw your consent to the use of any cookies (except for strictly necessary cookies) directly at any time by going to the Cookie Settings for respective Incyte website. Withdrawing your consent does not affect the legality of processing carried out previously. Your refusal or the withdrawal of your consent does not prevent you from using the websites.
You may prevent the use of all cookies (except for strictly necessary cookies) and delete them by changing your browser settings.
If you deactivate cookies, your user experience may be of lower quality. In particular, we cannot keep your preferences for audience measurement cookies for your subsequent visits to our websites. As a result, the next time you visit the website, the cookie banner will again appear.
You can further manage your privacy by reviewing your website browser's Cookie Settings.
6. How is my personal information transferred? Your personal information may be transferred outside your country of residence into countries that do not guarantee the same level of data protection. In these cases, and where required, we use appropriate data transfer mechanisms as required by applicable personal information laws and regulations. For example, if you are a resident of the European Economic Area or United Kingdom, we will have standard contractual clauses and additional necessary measures in place to ensure the legality of such transfers.
In connection with the use of Google’s services, your data described above may be hosted on Google’s servers located in the United States.
Depending on your location, you may consult these mechanisms and guarantees by contacting us at the address provided below.
7. Who can I contact?If you have any questions, need more information or wish to exercise your rights regarding your personal information, please contact Incyte’s Privacy Office at the address below:
Incyte Attention: Privacy Office Incyte Corporation 1801 Augustine Cut-off Wilmington, Delaware 19803 United States of America email@example.com