Cookies are used by the site. You agree to the use of the site and the terms of this coverage by using it.
Cookies are documents that contain unique identifiers and are often sent by web servers. They can be sent to browsers so that they can send the cookie back to the server when the browser requests a page.
Cookies can be either “persistent” or “session” cookies. A persistent cookie is a text document that is sent from a web server to a browser. It can be saved from the browser. The cookie will remain valid until the set expiration date (unless the consumer deletes it before the expiry date). The session cookie cutter will expire at the end of the user session when the internet browser closes.
Cookies don’t contain any personal information. However, the private information we keep about you can be linked to the cookies. Cookies used by the website include cookies that provide navigation and access to information, cookies that track use (performance cookies ), cookies that recall your options (functionality cookies ), and cookies that deliver targeted advertisements or articles.
The information that we get from you using our cookies can be used for the following functions:
- Go to this site to reevaluate the computer
- To monitor your browsing habits and allow you to use e-commerce sites
- To improve the usability of your website
- Analyze the site using the management
- You can personalize your website by targeting ads that may be of particular interest to you.
Cookies from third parties
- Third-party cookies may also be sent to you when you use the website.
They can also use the information obtained from cookies:
- To monitor your browser over multiple sites
- Create a profile for your internet surfing
- Target ads that might be of interest to you
As shown below, you can block cookies from your browser.
From Internet Explorer you can refuse all cookies by clicking”Tools”, “Internet Options”, “Privacy”, and choosing”Block all cookies” with the sliding selector;
In Firefox you can block cookies by clicking “Tools”, “Options” and unchecking “Accept cookies from websites” from the “Privacy” box.
From Google Chrome you can fix your cookie permissions by clicking on Content Settings from the “Options”, “Under the Hood”, and “Privacy” sections. Within Content, Settings click on the Cookies tab.
In Safari you can block cookies by clicking”Preferences”, choosing the”Privacy” tab, and”Block biscuits”.
As shown below, you can delete cookies from your browser.
Internet Explorer requires that you manually delete cookies files
In Firefox, it is possible to delete cookies manually by, first making sure that biscuits must be deleted once you”clear private data” (this setting can be altered by clicking”Tools”, “Options” and”Preferences” from the”Private Data” box) and then clicking”Clear private data” from the”Tools” menu.
From Google Chrome you can fix your cookie permissions by clicking”Options”, “Under the hood”, and Content Settings from the”Privacy” section. Click on the Cookies tab within the Content Settings.
In Safari it is possible to delete cookies by clicking”Preferences”, choosing the”Privacy” tab, and”Eliminate All Website Data”.