In this rule statement, the term "cookie" is used to refer to cookie files, as well as other devices that are covered by the U.E Directive. on privacy and electronic communications.
1. What are cookies?
A cookie is simply a small text file that contains pieces of data, stored on your computer or other device when you visit a website. Cookies are used to facilitate the navigation of websites you visit, but do not collect any information stored on the computer or in files.
Cookies ensure the maximum precision of services and, therefore, facilitate the use of the web browser. To protect your privacy, web browsers allow access to a web page for cookie files that are already hosted on your computer.
Cookies remember the type of Internet browser you use and other browser add-ons installed on the computer. They also remember decisions that were made, such as language or region. They are saved as default settings and are used when you visit the site again. These files also allow Internet users to evaluate web pages and submit comments.
3. What types of cookies do we use?
Strictly Necessary Cookies
These are essential cookies that allow you to move around the website and use its functions. Without them, service registration and login would not work. These cookies do not collect any information about you that can be used for marketing or that can remember where you have been on the Internet.
These collect information about how a website is used, for example, the pages you go to most often. They do not collect information that identifies them; all information is anonymous. They are only used to improve the performance of the website.
These remember decisions you make (such as your username or language) and provide personal characteristics. They remember changes you have made or size of the text, fonts and other parts of the web pages that can be customized. They also offer requested services, such as watching a video or commenting on a blog. The information they collect can be done anonymously. They can't keep track of other websites you visit.
They offer relevant ads or messages to you and your interests. These personalized cookies are sometimes linked to other sites, for example social networking sites.
Temporary or Long-term Cookies
Within these four types of cookies, cookies are classified as either temporary ('session' cookies) or long-term ('persistent' cookies).
'Session' cookies link your actions to a single session. This "session" starts when the web page is opened and ends when it is closed. Then the cookie is deleted forever. 'Persistent' cookies remain on a computer or other device for a specified period of time. They are automatically activated when you visit a particular website.
4. How to block or eliminate cookies?
By blocking cookies, you can continue to use our websites, but it will have a negative effect on the usability of these websites.