2. TYPES OF COOKIES
The next time you visit our website from the same device, the information stored in cookies will be transferred either to our website or to the website of third parties to whom the cookies belong. In this way, a specific site recognizes that you have already visited it through the search engines you use on that device, and uses other related information (e.g. about your settings) to improve your experience.
The most important types of cookies are the following:
- Necessary cookies – these cookies guarantee the functionality without which you cannot use our Site and in accordance with its purpose, i.e. it cannot function properly without these cookies. We use such cookies, for example, to enable navigation, user login, prevent abuse, etc. Given that the Site cannot function without these cookies, they cannot be activated or deactivated individually.
- Settings cookies (functionality) – these cookies allow the Site to remember information that changes the way they behave or look, such as e.g. the language you set, the area you are in, or the registered name. That way we can “remember” you when you return to our site and adapt it to your previous requirements. These cookies collect and store only anonymous data so that they cannot track your movements on other Internet sites.
- Performance cookies (statistics and analytics) – these cookies collect information about how our Site or Platform is used to improve their functionality and improve their content, through the anonymous collection of information. These cookies help us, for example, to determine which content on the Site or Platform is the most visited. Thanks to this, we can tailor this content to the specific needs of our visitors and users and optimize your user experience.
- We use the necessary cookies, as well as settings and performance cookies based on our legitimate interest (e.g. to ensure the functioning of the Site, improve user experience and prevent abuse), or to enforce Agreements (i.e. Terms and Conditions) that you have accepted by accessing or registering.
Also, cookies can be temporary and permanent – temporary are those that are removed from your computer when you close your browser (using them to store temporary data, such as items in the shopping cart), while permanent are those that remain on your computer after closing your browser. (With them, sites store information, such as login name and password, so you don’t have to log in every time you visit the same site).
There is also a difference between first-party cookies and third-party cookies – first-party cookies come from the site you visited, while third-party cookies come from advertisements or links to other sites (such as pop-ups or other advertisements) on the site. which you have visited, and are generally used for marketing purposes.
3. COOKIE SETTINGS
First, we’ve added a Cookie Setup option that you can access from our banner or using the button above. This option allows you to set the type of cookie you want to enable.
Second, you can use browser settings. Namely, most internet browsers are configured to accept cookies. However, if you wish to reject or delete cookies (or similar technology), please see the help and support section of your browser for instructions on how to block or delete cookies (eg: Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Safari ). Note that each browser has different procedures for managing and configuring cookies. However, if you use browser settings to block all cookies (including necessary cookies), you may not have access to all or certain parts of the Site.
4. CHANGES AND UPDATES