Cookies are files that are often sent to web browsers by web servers and are returned to the server every time your browser requests a page from the server.
Cookies could be “constant” cards or cookies of the “session.” A continuous chip is a text file that a web server sends to a web browser and is stored in the browser until its expiry date is set (unless the user deletes it before the expiry date). On the other hand, a session cookie is expired when the web browser is closed at the end of the client session.
Cookies On The Website
Both session cookies and persistent website cookies are used.
There is no personal information in cookies, but personal information about you that we store can be linked by us to the data stored in and obtained from cookies. The cookies used on the website include cookies strictly needed for use and browsing, usage-tracking cookies (performance cookies) and cookies that offer you targeted content or ads.
For the purpose of using our cookies, we may use the information we obtain from you:
- To recognize your computer when you visit the website.
- Tracking and enabling the use of e-commerce equipment during navigating the website.
- To enhance the usability of the website for website analysis.
- To personalize the website, including to target advertisements that are of specific concern to you, in the administration of the website.
- Cookies for third parties.
You can also send third-party cookies when using the website.
Cookies can be sent to you by our advertisers and service suppliers.
You may use your cookie data:
- You can monitor your browser across various pages.
- Create a web browsing profile.
- Target ads that may be of special concern to you.
You can configure your cookie licenses in Google Chrome by pressing “Options,” “Beneath the Hood” and “Privacy” in the Content Settings section. In Content Settings, click on the Cookies tab.
You can block cookies in Safari by clicking on the “Privacy” tab and by choosing “Block cookies.”
However, blocking all cookies will affect the usability of many websites. You may not use certain website characteristics (login, access contents, search features) if you block cookies.
Cookies already stored on your computer can also be deleted:
You have to manually remove cookie files in Internet Explorer.
You can delete cookies in Firefox by first making sure that cookies can be removed by clicking on “Clear Personal Data,” and then clicking on the “Tools” menu on “Clear Private Data” when you “Clear Personal Data.”
In Google Chrome, by pressing “Options,” “Under the hood” on the “Privacy” section, you can change your cookie permissions. In the Content Settings, click on the Cookies tab.
You can delete cookies on Safari using ‘Preferences,’ ‘Privacy,’ and ‘Removal of all web site data’ on your computer. This can obviously have an adverse effect on many websites’ usability.