Cookies Policy

Cookies, which are commonly called cookies, are small text files (.txt) sent by a web server and are stored on the user’s side (usually on the hard drive). The cookie parameters allow you to read the information contained in them only to the server that created them. Cookies are most often used in the case of counters, probes, online stores, websites that require logins, advertisements and to monitor visitor activity.

Cookies contain various information about the user of the website and the history of his / her communication with the site. This allows the owner of the server who sent the cookie to easily find out the IP address of the user and, for example, to see what pages he visited before and after entering his site. In addition, the owner of the server can check which browser the user is using and whether there has been an error when displaying the page. However, it is important to note that these data are not associated with specific people viewing the site, but only with a computer connected to the internet where cookies have been stored (this is the IP address used).

Typically, data is used to automatically identify a particular user by the server so that it can generate a dedicated page for it. This makes it possible, for example, to customize web sites, login support, shopping carts in online stores, etc. How does it look in practice?

Now, with your cookies, cookies can be checked to see if your computer has a voice in the probe. It also adapts, for example, the ad on a web page so that it does not display repeatedly for the same user. cookies so use to customize the content of the website to the user preferences and optimize the use of web pages. In addition, it uses them to create anonymous, aggregated statistics that help you understand how your visitors are using the web pages, enabling them to improve their structure and content, excluding personal identification.

In addition, we may post or permit third parties to post cookies on your device to ensure that our Site operates properly. This will help us monitor and monitor our site. These entities may include Google, which collect data for us.

The user may, however, set his or her browser so that cookies do not write to his or her computer, or automatically delete them within the specified time. These settings can therefore be changed to block automatic cookie handling in your web browser settings or to inform you of each time you send them to your device. Unfortunately, as a consequence, this may lead to problems with the display of some sites, such as repeatedly displaying the same banner ads.

This changes browser settings to disable auto-save cookies:

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