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Cookies Policy

What do you mean by a cookie?

Cookies are text strings that a web server (for instance, the website) sends to the internet browser of the user, which is subsequently stored automatically in the computer of the user and automatically returned back to the server whenever it is accessed or later accessed. Every cookie has different data, such as, for instance, a numeric identifier, the server name from where it comes, etc. The validity of Cookies in a system is until the session end (i.e., until the browser is closed to browse the web) or for a longer time and may have a particular identification code. Almost all browsers can accept cookies automatically by default, but every browser lets delete and limit the cookies. However, we inform you that deleting or disabling cookies may hinder the optimal use of certain website areas and limit the use of services under verification.  

What are the types of cookies that we use?

1. Technical cookies

Technical cookies are used only for the purpose of communication transmission over an electronic communication network or are necessary for an information society service provider to provide this service expressly requested by a user or a subscriber. These can be navigation or session cookies, which ensure the regular use and navigation of the site; analytics cookies, combined with technical cookies used to gather information (including, what's the number of users and how they visit the website) and directly used by the website manager; functional cookies, which permit the users to browse on the basis of series of selected criteria to improve the service offered to the same.  

2. Third-party cookies

These cookies are determined by the site you are not visiting at the moment. When browsing the website, different web servers or websites (called "third parties") send terminal cookies, which are received by the user. These terminal cookies may contain certain elements, such as sounds, maps, images, special links to webpages of other domains, etc.
How do you enable, disable, or delete cookies?

By default, almost every web browser can automatically accept cookies; these cookies can be blocked or restricted through browser settings. If you want sites not to store cookies on your PC, set the browser to get notified before each cookie is achieved. Otherwise, you can set the browser to reject only third-party or all cookies. We also have an option for deleting all cookies already in the system. Remember that settings should be changed in each user's computer and browser. Blocking cookies can't stop the display of ads. These ads will be repeated often and can't be customized according to your will. Settings are changed in different ways in each browser. If necessary, use the browser's assistance to specify the proper settings.

If you want more information about cookie management, you can check the following links for the most used browsers:

Internet Explorer:    
Microsoft Edge:

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