Samsung Newsroom Cookie Policy

Updated on June 30th, 2021

This Cookie Policy describes the different types of cookies that may be used in connection with Samsung Newsroom which is owned and controlled by Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd and Samsung Electronics (UK) Limited (“Samsung Electronics”). This Cookie Policy also describes how you can manage cookies.

It’s important that you check back often for updates to the Policy as we may change it from time to time to reflect changes to our use of cookies. Please check the date at the top of this page to see when this Policy was last revised. Any changes to this Policy will become effective when we make the revised Policy available on our website.

Samsung Electronics has offices across Europe, so we can ensure that your request or query will be handled by the data protection team based in your region. If you have any questions, the easiest way to contact us is through our Privacy Support Page at

You can also contact us at:

European Data Protection Officer
Samsung Electronics (UK) Limited
Samsung House, 2000 Hillswood Drive, Chertsey, Surrey KT16 0RS

Cookies are small files that store information on your computer, TV, mobile phone, or other device. They enable the entity that put the cookie on your device to recognize you across different websites, services, devices, and/or browsing sessions or to store your personal preferences as well as technical information –i.e. measure the number of visits, their duration and the website’s traffic parameters.

We use the following types of cookies on this website:

Strictly necessary cookies (essential): enable you to browse through the website, receive the services you request and guarantee its proper functioning. Without these cookies, neither this Samsung Newsroom website nor services you request could be provided. For example, these cookies allow controlling the traffic and data communication, identifying the session, entering to restricted access sections, preventing frauds related to the service security, using security elements during the navigation, storing contents for videos or sound broadcasting or enabling dynamic contents (such as texts or images). These cookies are automatically enabled and cannot be turned off because they are essential to enable you to browse our website.

CookieDomainPurpose Application Load Balancer Cookie. Load Balancing Cookie: Used to map the session to the instance. Same value as AWSALB. AWS load balancer first receives a request from a client, it routes the request to a target, generates a cookie named AWSALB that encodes information about the selected target, encrypts the cookie, and includes the cookie in the response to the client. PHPSESSID cookie is native to PHP and enables websites to store serialised state data. On the Action website it is used to establish a user session and to pass state data via a temporary cookie, which is commonly referred to as a session cookie. As the PHPSESSID cookie has no timed expiry, it disappears when the client is closed. to store the cookie consent status of the user.


Analytical or performance cookies (optional): allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and to see how visitors move around our website when they are using it. This helps us to measure the website’s activity and to improve its functioning based on the analysis of the data referred to how visitors use the services offered, for example, by ensuring that users are able to easily find what they are looking for or acquiring knowledge about what content or design is more attractive and relevant for users. These cookies analyse the number of users that visit the Website and its different sections, source of the visits, day and time, platform, number of clicks in a banner, search words used by a user to find the content they wish. This type of cookies is automatically disabled and can be configured to your particular preferences. We will use these type of cookies for a period as indicated below.

CookieDomainPurposeExpiration Time to throttle request rate.1 min to distinguish visitors to site and to obtain browsing information (“user journey”). It registers a unique identification in order to gather statistical data about how a visitor uses the Website.24 hours to distinguish visitors to site. It registers a unique identification in order to gather statistical data about how a visitor uses the Website.1 year


Managing Cookies and Other Technologies
You can change your cookie preferences at any time by adjusting the cookie settings through the Cookies Management Tool, which can be found here: Cookies Management Tool.

Also, you can click on the following link to block third party cookies (Google Analytics):

Moreover, you can activate:

• Incognito mode, whereby your browser would stop saving your browsing history, passwords, cookies and other information from the sites you visit, or

• Turn “do not track” on, through which the browser asks the websites you visit not to track your browsing habits in order to provide you with ads of your interest, for instance.

You can also update your browser settings at any time, if you want to disable, reject, delete or block cookies from your device. In this sense, the procedures to reject and delete cookies may differ from one Internet browser to another. Consequently, the user must go to the instructions provided by the Internet browser they are using. Samsung Electronics is not responsible for your browser settings.

You can find good and simple instructions on how to manage cookies on the different types of web browsers at .

More information about how to manage cookies is available in the following links:

• Chrome:

• Firefox:

• Explorer:

• Safari:

• Opera:

Please be aware that rejecting cookies may affect your ability to perform certain transactions or to access certain functionalities and/or services on the website, and our ability to recognize your browser from one visit to the next, rendering your browsing experience less satisfactory.