Cookies are text files containing small amounts of information that are sent to your browser and stored on your computer, mobile phone or other device when you visit a website. Cookies send information back to the original website or another website that recognizes the cookie.
Cookies can be permanent (these are known as persistent cookies) where they remain on your computer until you delete them, or non-permanent (these are known as temporary cookies) where they only last until the browser is closed. Cookies can also be first-party cookies which are those set by the website being visited or third-party cookies which are set by a website other than the website being visited.
Types of cookies and their uses
The cookies we use on our websites can be categorized as follows:
1. Necessary cookies (Cookies):
Strictly, cookies are necessary to enable you to fully experience the Site and use the features and functionality available to you, such as accessing secure areas of the Site. We use this type of cookie to handle user registration and login. Without cookies, the services you requested cannot be provided. These cookies are first-party cookies and can be permanent or temporary. Thus, without cookies, our websites will not function properly or be unable to provide certain features and functionality.
2. Performance cookies: cookies collect some information about how visitors use the website,
For example, the pages that visitors visit most often, in order to provide a better user experience. These cookies do not identify themselves. The information collected by cookies is collected anonymously.
- Provide statistics on how our website is used
- Measuring the performance and performance of its advertising campaigns
Cookies can be permanent, temporary, first-party, or third-party cookies. In short, cookies collect anonymous information on the pages visited and used by ads.
How are cookies managed and removed?
If you wish to restrict, block or remove cookies, you may also do so through the website’s browser settings. The ‘help’ function inside your web browser will tell you what you need to do.