Use of Coockies

The website uses cookies. By using the Website and accepting this policy, you consent to the use of cookies in accordance with the terms of this Policy.

About cookies

A cookie is often a file that contains a unique identifier that is sent from a web server to a web browser and sent back to the server each time the browser requests a page from the server.

The web server uses cookies to identify and track users as they navigate through various pages on the site, and to identify users returning to the site.

Cookies are either “persistent” cookies or “session cookies”. A persistent cookie is a text file sent from a web server to a web browser. The text file is stored in the browser and is valid until the configured expiration date (unless the user deletes it before the expiration date). Session cookies expire at the end of the user session when the web browser is closed.

Cookies on the website

The site uses both session cookies and persistent cookies.

How do you use cookies?

Cookies do not contain personally identifiable information, but personal information we store about you may be linked to information that we store and retrieve in cookies. The cookies used on the website include cookies that are strictly necessary for access and navigation, cookies for tracking usage (performance cookies), cookies that remember a selection (functional cookies), and cookies, targeted content or advertising Deploy Is included.

Information from the use of cookies can be used for the following purposes:

  • Detect the computer while accessing the website
  • Keeps track of websites and allows you to use e-commerce features
  • Improving the usability of the website
  • Analyze the website usage in the website administration
  • To personalize your website, target ads of particular interest.
  • Third-party cookies

When using the website, third-party cookies may also be sent.

Our advertisers and service providers may send cookies. You can use information that comes from the use of your cookies:

  • Track browsers across multiple websites
  • How to Create a Web Surf Profile
  • To target ads that are of particular interest.
  • In addition to the information in this cookie policy.

Block cookies

Most browsers may refuse to accept cookies. For example:

In Internet Explorer, you can opt out of all cookies by clicking Tools, Internet Options, Privacy, and selecting Block all cookies with the slide selection.

In Firefox, you can block all cookies by unchecking Tools, Options, and in the Privacy box, the Allow cookies from websites option.

In Google Chrome, you can customize cookie permissions by clicking the content settings in the Options, Internal, and Privacy sections. Under [Content Settings], click the [Cookies] tab.

In Safari, you can block cookies by clicking Settings and then the Privacy tab and blocking cookies.

Blocking all cookies, however, affects the usability of many websites. If you block cookies, certain features of the website (login, access to content, use of search features) may not be available.

Delete cookies

You can also delete cookies that are already stored on your computer.

In Internet Explorer, you must manually delete the cookie file.

To delete a cookie in Firefox, delete the cookie first if you delete “Private data” (this setting can be found in the “Private data” field under “Tools”, “Options”, “Settings”). ), On the [Tools] menu, click [Delete Personal Data].

In Google Chrome, you can customize cookie permissions by clicking the content settings in the Options, Internal, and Privacy sections. Under [Content Settings], click the [Cookies] tab.

In Safari, you can delete cookies by clicking Settings, selecting the Privacy tab and using Clear all website data.
Of course, this can negatively impact the usability of many websites.