What are cookies and why are they needed?
A cookie is a small text file that a web server stores on your computer’s disk. Its main purpose is to save your settings and other information on your computer, so the next time you visit our web site there is no need to re-enter all data. Cookies can not implement programs or infect your computer with viruses. A cookie does not allow us any access to your system or data. All modern web browsers allow cookies settings. Browsers can be sett to accept or reject all, or certain, cookies or prompt the user each time a cookie is offered. Changing your browser settings to receive cookies may limit your ability to interact with our site. You can always delete the cookies that are stored on your computer with your browser tools (history and cookies seetings).
Cookies that collect information about the use of the website
This Website also collects data on the use of websites and online services. The tool for analyzing Web site, for example, from your browser, provide information on what site you came from, which search engines and keywords you are looking for us, the pages you viewed on our Web site and which supplements what kind of gauge and height using your browser. With a variety of tracking technologies can collect information about which pages you view, the links you click and other actions you perform on our website. In addition, we collect standard information that your browser sends to every website you visit, such as your IP address, browser type and language, access times and addresses of Web sites.
Types of cookies that we use
1 Necessary cookies (own cookies) Such cookies allow the use of essential components required for the proper functioning of the website and its functions. Without these cookies the services you want to use on this website does not work properly (eg logging in as a user of the website).
2 Hands cookies (temporary cookies) Such cookies collect information on how users behave on the site in order to improve experiential components of the website (eg which parts of the site visit most often). These cookies do not collect information through which they could identify the user, we use them to improve the functioning of the website in a future release.
3 Functional cookies (permanent cookies) Such cookies allow the website to remember some of your preferences and choices (eg, user name) and provide a better user experience and advanced, personalized features.
4 Advertising and Targeted cookies (temporary cookies) Such cookies commonly used advertising and social networks (third parties) in order to show you more targeted ads, limit repetition of advertisements or measure the effectiveness of campaigns.