Cookies

Effective

September 8, 2022

Last Edited on [2022-09-08]

European laws, including the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and the e-Privacy Directive 2002/58/EC, create obligations for digital publishers such as Inozyme Pharma (“Inozyme”) to give visitors of their sites and apps information about how they will use and share their personal data, as well as about the use of cookies, mobile ad IDs, and other forms of local storage.

Since Inozyme is using cookies on its website, clear and mandatory information is included in this Cookies notice, as set out below.


INFORMATION ABOUT COOKIES


1. WHAT ARE COOKIES?

A cookie is a text file, normally consisting of letters and numbers, sent by a web server to a web browser and stored by the browser on the user’s device (e.g., computer, telephone, tablet). These cookies can be used to identify or to collect information about you.


2. WHAT TYPES OF COOKIES ARE THERE?

Cookies can be classified as follows, depending on the owner:

  • First-party cookies: They are created, sent to your device and stored by the website you are visiting directly. They allow Inozyme to collect customer analytics data, remember language settings, and carry out other useful functions that help provide a good user experience.
  • Third-party cookies: They are created and placed by third parties other than the website you are visiting directly. They are not managed by Inozyme, but by the third party that processes the data obtained from the cookies.

Cookies can also be classified depending on the purpose of their placement. Main categories are:

  • Strictly necessary cookies (also called “technical cookies”): they allow you to browse a website, a platform or an app, and to use the various options or services on it (e.g., control traffic, identify data or session, access to restricted access sections or content, etc.).
  • Functional cookies: they help Inozyme to make the website usable by providing you some basic features and by remembering your preferences and choices of using Inozyme’s website (e.g., language, the region from where the service is accessed, etc.). Not accepting cookies may cause slow website performance or poorly adapted recommendations.
  • Statistics cookies: they allow Inozyme to have a better understanding of how you

interact with the website (e.g., which pages are visited the most) in order to optimize the functioning of the website.

  • Marketing cookies: they enable Inozyme to monitor your behavior on the website. The aim is to display advertisements that are meaningful and attractive to you and therefore more useful to third party publishers and advertisers, as well as to make promotional and specific information available to you on the website.

Cookies may also be divided into two categories depending on the period for which they are stored:

  • Session cookies: they allow Inozyme to recognize and link your actions during a browsing session. When you go to the login page, these temporary cookies will be created to determine whether or not your browser accepts cookies.
  • Persistent cookies: they are placed on your device between sessions. They can be used to remember your preferences or actions on Inozyme’s website.

3. HOW TO USE COOKIES?

Cookies in no way give Inozyme access to your device or any information other than the data you choose to share with Inozyme.

Concretely, these cookies help to improve the functioning of the website of Inozyme and can be used for several purposes such as:

  • Help you connect to a website;
  • Analyze traffic to a website;
  • Monitor your browsing behavior;
  • Recognize your device;
  • Make the website more efficient;
  • Serve targeted advertisements;
  • Store cookie consent preferences.

Cookies in Use on Inozyme.com as of 9/8/2022

 Cookie Name  Type  Purpose  Cookie placed by  Retention period
_ga  Analytics  Cookie used to count and track pageviews  Google Analytics  2 years
_gat_gtag_UA_17 020848231_1  Analytics    Google Tag Manager  1 minute
_gid  Analytics   Cookie used to count and track pageviews  Google Analytics  1 day
alert  Analytics   google.com   1 month
lightmodevariable   Functionality  Maintain Light/dark mode preference set by user  inozyme.com  1 day


4. HOW TO MANAGE COOKIES?

You are able to accept or decline cookies when you enter Inozyme’s website and see the cookies notice. Alternatively, you can manage your cookie preferences through your browser settings. However, in some cases, some functions of the website may not work.

To find out more about cookies, including seeing what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit www.allaboutcookies.org or https://www.aboutcookies.org/.

Find out how to manage cookies on those popular browsers:

  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Internet Explorer
  • Safari

To find information relating to other browsers, visit the browser developer's website.

To opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites, visit – http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout

5. WHO PLACED COOKIES?

The information stored through cookies is only used by Inozyme, except those identified in section II as “Third-party cookies”, which are used and managed by external entities aiming to improve Inozyme’s services and your experience when browsing on the website.

Inozyme  collaborates with the following third-parties:

  • Google.com
  • Google Tag Manager
  • Google Ads Optimization

Please refer to the cookies policies of the relevant provider for more information.


6. HOW TO CONTACT US?

For any question regarding this Cookies notice, you may contact Inozyme using the information below:

website: https://inozyme.com

physical address: 321 Summer Street, Suite 400, Boston, MA 02210

email: info@Inozyme.com