WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A cookie is a small text file that a website sends to your web browser when you visit it and stores it on the device that you are using. For this reason, the site may “remember” your actions and options (such as registration name, language, font size, and other display options) for a certain period of time so that you do not have to re-enter them each time you visit the site.
The websites use own/first party and/or third party cookies. According to the function they perform, the cookies classify to:
- Required cookies. These cookies activate the basic browsing or access functions of the website. Without these cookies, the website will not work properly.
- Functional or technical cookies. These cookies help personalize the webpage by remembering the visitor’s preferences and settings, such as his/her language choice or his/her geographic region.
- Statistical or analytic cookies that collect anonymous nformation aggregated into reports that allow the website owner to understand how visitors use the website.
- Marketing or advertising cookies. They are used to track visitors on many websites in order to serve ads that are tailored to them. They also limit the number of ads displayed and help evaluate the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. These are mostly cookies from third-party advertisers.
- Unclassified cookies. These are cookies that are not yet assigned to any class due to lack of information, so their classification will be done after the information is provided by the providers of these cookies.
Cookies are divided into session and persistent cookies according to their validity period.
In terms of the location of their creation, there are two types of cookies:
- First-party or own cookies are created on the website that you are visiting.;
- Third-party cookies are created by other websites. As a rule, these sites own and include certain content, such as ads or images, that appears on the website you are visiting,
Trackers and digital fingerprinting are more sophisticated technologies that work without cookies (files stored on the user’s device). For example, when a webpage uses tracking pixels / tags, a 1-pixel “image” is loaded each time a user accesses a particular webpage element, so that the server learns that a particular user with a specific IP address was in that webpage element, and that information is stored on the server. If the user does not consent to the collection of personal data, such elements of the website are disabled immediately. Digital IDs are highly accurate, generated by a user’s smart device, and unique IDs allow the same user to be identified at any time later.
Web beacons, uXDT, or Ultrasonic tracking technology work in such a way that when a website is visited, the computer generates an ultrasonic signal that is inaudible to humans but received by other smart devices running a certain app at the same time. The use of this technology requires a data protection impact assessment.
- the website could recognize you and remember your settings and preferences;
WHAT COOKIES DO WE USE?
We use the following cookies on the website:
|Cookie name||Cookie category||Description||Validity term|
|CONSENT-IS||Required cookie||THE COOKIE IS USED TO REMEMBER COOKIES BAR SETTINGS.||1 YEAR|
In order for the website to function properly, you do not have to accept all the cookies used here but doing so will make browsing easier for you. You can block all but the necessary cookies, however, some features of this website may not work as intended and you may need to reset some options each time you visit our website.
Most browsers allow you:
- to check which cookies are stored and to delete cookies one by one;
- block all third-party cookies;
- block cookies from specific websites;
- block all cookies on the website;
- delete all cookie preferences when closing the browser.
HOW TO DISABLE COOKIES?
It is important to remember that the website requires ” Required cookies” to function properly, it is not possible to disable these cookies.
The latest revision of this Policy was made on 23/05/2022.