In order to let the website operate correctly and enable us to further upgrade the site, with the aim of improving your experience, this site must store some information on your personal computer. (Cookies)
What is a cookie?
A cookie is the type of information stored on your computer by the website you are visiting. Cookies normally store your settings and web settings such as preferred language or address. In the aftermath, when you reopen the same website, the Internet menu sends back to you the cookies that belong to that site. This will enable the site to display the information which is tailored to meet your needs.
Cookies can store a wide scope of information including personal information (such as your name or email address). Yet, this information can be stored only if you enable this - web sites cannot get access to the information which you have not provided and cannot have access to other databanks. The pre-set activities are stored and the cookies are not visible. However, you can change your internet browser settings to enable you to choose whether the request for storing cookies approve or decline, erase the cookies automatically when shutting down the Internet browser, etc.
How to disable cookies?
By disabling cookies you decide whether you want to store cookies on your computer. Cookies settings can be controlled and create in your web browser. If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use some of the functionalities on the websites.
What are temporary cookies?
Temporary cookies or session cookies can be eliminated from the computer after the Internet menu is shut down. With their help, the websites store the temporary data, such as the items in the online shopping trolley.
What are the permanent cookies?
Permanent or stored cookies remain on a computer after shutting down. With their help, the websites store the data such as the user’s name and password, so that you don't have to register every time you visit a site, Permanent cookies shall remain on computers for days, months or even years.
What are the first side cookies?
First side cookies come from the website you are looking at, and they can be permanent and temporary. By means of these cookies, websites can store the data that will be used again on the occasion of your next visit to the website.
What are third party cookies?
Third-party cookies come from the adverts from another website (such as pop-up or other adverts/commercials) that are placed on the websites you are looking at. By means of these cookies, the websites can trace the use of the Internet for marketing purposes.
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