What cookies are?
Cookies are small text files – usually consisting of letters and numbers and stored on your device by a web server.
Cookies are divided into "Session Cookies" and "Persistent Cookies" depending on the time they remain stored on your device. "Session Cookies" are stored on your device the moment you visit the Website and are automatically deleted after you close your browser. "Persistent cookies" are stored on your device at the time you visit the Website and remain stored after the browser is closed. "Persistent cookies" will be automatically re-enabled when you open your browser and browse the internet.
First-party and third-party cookies – Depending on the Website or the domain that installs the cookie, cookies are characterized as "first" or "third party". First-party cookies in general are cookies that are installed by the Website visited by the user – the Website that appears in the URL window. Third-party cookies are cookies that are installed by a website (domain) other than the one visited by the user. If the user visits a website and a different company installs a cookie through that website, the cookie in question will be of a third party.
We and/or third parties that provide services on our behalf categorize cookies as described below.
Strictly Necessary Cookies
These cookies are strictly necessary to provide you with the services requested by you through the Website. It is necessary to provide you with the ability to visit our Website and use its features correctly. Basic functions, such as the following, are based on these important cookies:
To remain logged in to the Website,
o Identify your personal information, which you enter on the Website at the time of your transactions,
o To protect the security of your transactions through your redirection to third party payment applications and your return to the Website in order to complete the transaction,
o Retrieve information about your transaction after its completion and
o In general, to provide you with services and information at your request
These cookies help us personalize our content for you, address you by name and remember your preferences (for example, your choice of a particular language or region). If you choose to delete/disable functionality cookies, any preferences/settings you have chosen will not be retained for your subsequent visits to the Website.
These cookies collect information about how users use the Website in order to be able to review and improve the Website and the visitor's experience. These cookies do not collect information that identifies the visitor.
Such cookies collect information about:
- Pages that people visit most often,
- Links selected by users,
- Error messages that users may receive while browsing the Website, etc.
Third Party Cookies/Marketing
In order to provide you with more interesting content and to help you interact with your social media accounts, the Website may incorporate third-party content and services (e.g., "plugins" from Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, etc.) or links to third-party websites. When you visit third-party links and/or websites, you are subject to the cookies policy of these third parties. In this case, you act at your own risk and we assume no responsibility whatsoever for any issue arising from the storage of cookies on your device by the third party's website.
How to control cookies
Most internet browsers automatically accept cookies, but provide means of control, which allow you to block cookies or delete them. You have the ability to enable or disable the installation of cookies on your device by changing the settings on the browser you are using at any time. You can also configure the browser you use appropriately to inform you before installing a cookie on your device or follow the instructions of your browser to delete any cookies that have already been installed. If you use a variety of devices, you need to set up the browser system to your liking on each of your devices.
If you choose to disable all cookies, you may not be able to fully enjoy the interactive features of our Website or receive our services through our Website.
Deleting cookies does not delete Flash application objects. You can learn more about Flash application objects, including how to control and disable them on the Adobe Website. You can find additional information about cookies and similar technologies used on various Websites through your browser system or other internet resources.
To manage cookies through your browser, select the following hyperlinks to be redirected to your browser's instructions:
Microsoft Windows Explorer
You can learn more about cookies on the following third-party websites:
- All About Cookies: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/
- Cookiepedia: http://cookiepedia.co.uk/
What are similar technologies?
Pixel tags, web beacons, embedded scripts and clear GIFs are tiny files that are used to track navigation on a web page and can be used together with cookies. Flash objects (local shared objects) are small files stored on your device from a web page that uses Adobe's Flash player technology.
Web beacons and embedded scripts
Web beacons and embedded scripts are other technologies we use on our Website, as well as in certain emails and advertisements.
Web beacons (or "tags") are pieces of programming code included in web pages, emails, and advertisements that disclose to us and/or to third parties providing services on our behalf when those web pages, emails, or advertisements were viewed or selected.