What is a cookie
A cookie is a small text file placed on your computer’s hard drive by your web browser.
Subject to your web browser’s settings, we collect information that is sent to us automatically by your web browser when you access our website by help of a cookie. This information typically includes the IP address currently assigned to your computer and the type of operating system and browser installed.
There is a «session cookies» and a «persistent cookies».
Session cookies are used to assign a unique ID to your computer each time you visit the website and expires after you close your browser. These cookies help us track users’ navigation activity (pages, links, time on page).
Persistent cookies are not expire immediately after you close your browser, but stay on your computer until they expire after a set period of time or you delete them. The company’s web server recognizes the persistent cookie on your computer’s hard drive. By assigning your computer a persistent, unique identifier, allows you to save information about the settings you have chosen.
In addition, a unique identifier helps us create a database of actions and preferences of site visitors. It is important to note that this personal information is not included in this information; It allows you to get an idea of only the routes of your movement through the company’s website.
Session cookies do not require a user’s prior consent for their use, whereas permanent ones do.
You can manage your cookies by changing your browser settings to block or allow all cookies by default, make exceptions, accept or reject cookies. Cookie management varies with each browser. For more details, please use the below links: