Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information that your computer or mobile device to download when you visit a Web site. When you return to a website – or visit a website that uses the identical cookies – the site recognizes these cookies, and this way recognizes the browser device as well.
Cookies are carrying out a number of tasks to help sites, for example, allow you to better navigate through the pages, the site can remember your preferences, and generally improve your browsing experience. They can also help to tailor the ads you see to your interests.
What kind of cookies do we use?
Cookies used on the site can be classified into four categories according to the classification of the International Chamber of Commerce: session cookies are essential, performance monitoring or analytical cookies and functional cookies, targeting or advertising cookies.
Essential Session Cookies
These cookies are vitally important in order to navigate our site, and to gain access to secure content. Without these cookies the site’s many features do not work. These cookies do not collect information about you profiling or for marketing purposes.
Analytical and performance monitoring Cookies
These cookies collect anonymous information about the way as the visitors use the site, for example, that which page the visitors look at the most, or if they receive an error message on the pages. These cookies do not collect identifiable personal information; the information collected is anonymous and is only used to improve site performance.
These cookies allow website to remember your choices (such as username, language or region you are in) and to personalize content and extra features on the site for you. These cookies can also be used to set-up changes you have made to remember this site (such as font or font size). They can also be used to provide the functions requested by you, such as watching a video, or a blog post. The information collected by these cookies is also anonymous and cannot be used to track your browsing activity on other sites. Without these cookies a site you can not remember your choices previously set and will not be able to personalize your browsing experience.
Targeted or advertising cookies
These cookies collect information about your browsing habits. They remember what you looked at on a website, and this information is shared with other organizations such as advertisers too. This is done in order to provide you with ads appearing that are related to your interests. Although these cookies keep track of you to other sites, usually They do not know who you are.
If these cookies are disabled does not terminate with the emergence of online advertising. However, without these cookies in online advertising that appears they will not relate to your interests.
What happens cookies downloaded in the past with?
If you chose to disable cookies through your browser, you will not use the information we collect about cookies. However, we can use the information previously collected. You can also choose to delete existing cookies from your browser.
28th of July 2016