What are Cookies?
Cookies are text files that contain a small amount of information that can be downloaded to your computer, mobile, or other device when you visit a website. Consequently, each time we visit our site, Cookies are sent back to the original Web site or to another page that recognizes Cookies.
Types of Cookies
The following cookies are used on our website:
- Essential Cookies
These are the cookies that are needed to run a website. These include, for example, cookies that allow you to sign in to secure areas of your website.
- Analytical Cookies
These files allow you to recognize and evaluate, for example, the number of visitors and see how visitors are on the website when they are used. This data helps improve the way the website works.
- Functional Cookies
They are used to recognize returning visitors to websites. These files can be used for example with automatic sign-in services.
- Targeted or Advertising Cookies
These files tell you which pages you've visited and the links you've watched. Using this information allows websites and ads displayed more to match the interests of the visitor. This information is shared with third parties for the same purpose.
Functions and purpose of cookies
Most browsers are set to accept cookies. Each user has the option to set the browser to block the cookies or to inform them about sending cookies. Without Cookies, however, some services or features will not work properly.
Our Websites use "first-party" cookies, that is, cookies used only by our web sites (hereinafter referred to as "first-party cookies") and "third-party cookies" (ie cookies from third-party websites). First-party cookies are used to store user preferences and data needed for the proper functioning of the website during its use (e.g., the contents of your shopping cart). Third-party cookies serve to track user trends and behavioral patterns, ad targeting, with the help of third-party web site providers. Third-party cookies used to track trends and behavior patterns are only used by our web sites and web site providers, and are not shared with any third party.
- Blocking Cookies in browser settings
You can disable cookies by editing your web browser settings. This setting will block all types of cookies and may disable the use of website features.
- Disagreement with the use of Third Party Cookies
to preserve the necessary and functional Cookies is an option to disable the use of third-party cookies. This can be done directly with a third-party cookie: