What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that the web page you are viewing has downloaded to your computer or any other device that you browse the web with (phone, tablet). They are very useful for users, as they contain information that helps improve the functioning of the website. Cookies do not collect your personal information and do not allow any user to identify the website.
How do cookies work?
When you first visit a website, cookies are loaded onto your computer. Using them, the use of the website is more pleasant, more efficient and tailored to the individual user. Cookies store information about linguistic and location settings, the content of your shopping cart, shows ads adapted to your interests. Website managers collect information about the number of visitors to their site, the most read content, the most commonly used functionalities. This can improve the functioning of the website and makes it user-friendly.
Types of cookies
Temporary or session cookies are not saved, but are deleted every time you exit the browser.
Permanent or stored cookies remain stored even when you close the browser. They are used to store registration information, page language settings, to analyze traffic ... Your computer can stay for several days, months, or even years.Own party cookies are from a site viewed by the user, and can be permanent or temporary. The site uses this cookie to store information and re-use it when the user visits the site the next time.
Other party cookies originate from other, partner websites (for example, they display ads on the original website or measure traffic). Third parties can collect user data from different websites and use them for various purposes, for example, to advertise, analyze, improve your products.