What are cookies like?
HTTP cookie, usually called simply “cookies” is a package of information sent by a web server to Internet browser, for instance Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Safari, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and so on, and after that returned by the browser each time when it has access to this server. A certain cookie remains in your device for use at a next session, when it may be erased in the meantime. In event that you use more than one browser, each of them has separate space for storage of cookies. The cookies do not refer to a certain person but to a combination of a device and an Internet browser. Therefore, a person who uses several browsers and/or devices has a separate set of cookies for each combination of a device and a browser. On the other hand the cookies do not make a difference amongst a multitude of users sharing the same device and a browser, unless they have different user’s profiles.
Cookies perform a multitude of various functions. For instance, they help us to remember your user name or preferences and to analyze how well our sites present themselves.
What data do we collect?
Other devices for tracing down
We may use other standard technologies as tags of pixels (Facebook) and other Internet markings (“web beacons”), to trace down how you use our web sites and promotions or we may allow third parties – providers of services to use these devices on our behalf. The tags of pixels and other Internet markings (“web beacons”) are small graphic images located in individual parts of our Web sites or in our e-mails and let us find out whether you have performed a certain action. When you receive access to these sites or open or click over an e-mail, the tags of pixels or other Internet markings (“web beacons”) send a notification (which does not contain personal data) about this action. The tags of pixels allow us to understand the users, to calculate and segment the user’s traffic, to measure conversions on our Web sites as well as to retarget (remarket) advertisements. We may also use tags of pixels and other Internet markings (“web beacons”), which our shareholders or marketing partners present to us for the same purposes.
When you visit our Web sites, we and/or our authorized Third Parties – Providers of Services and Advertisers may automatically collect such information through the use of electronic instruments as Cookies and other Internet markings (“web beacons”) or indication (“tagging”) of pixels.
How you could exclude the Cookies?
All the modern browsers let you change the settings for cookies. You may usually find these settings in menu “options” or “preferences” on your browser. To allow you to be clear about these settings, the following links may help you or you may use the button “Help” from the menus on your browser for more details:
- Cookies in Google Chrome
- Cookies in Mozilla Firefox
- Cookies in Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Cookies in Apple Safari / iOS
If you worry most of all about the advertising cookies to third parties generated by advertisers, you may switch them off from here: Your Online Choices site.
Please, have in mind that if you decide to stop the cookies, some sections of our sites and/or software platforms may not work appropriately.
The cookies we use may collect information about your IP address and your electronic mail, which we do not present to third persons.
More information about the manner, which the business uses the cookies in, is available on: www.allaboutcookies.org.
If you have any questions with regard to this Cookies Policy, contact us on e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org