Cookie Policy uses cookies to messure the traffic as well as for ongoing optimization of the website in order to improve the user experience and functionality. A cookie is a text message that typically place a temporary small filter on your computer that can obtain information about such as browser, operating system, connection type and other statistically relevant information. Cookies recognize your computer, but can not collect information about who you are, or who is using your computer. The use of Sheetlet's website is anonymous and keeps no identification data of the users. One can therefore visit without disclosing the identity or other personal information. uses Google Analytics as the statistics tool on the site. Google Analytics allows us to follow a session around the website and provides Sheetlet with the ability to customize content by relevance.

If you decide to provide personal data such as name, e-mail, home address, etc. on the website, we only use this data in order to fullfill your request, e.g. to send you a newsletters, participate in events or to communicate with you. We do not pass your details to ever or share it with public authorities, unless we are required to do so by law. You have the right to access, view and correct personal information that we hold about you if you should require so. You can refuse the use of cookies through your computer's browser settings. Opting out of cookies will often reduce the website's functionality. It is also possible to delete already received cookies. How you do that depends on which browser you use.