What are "cookies"
A cookie is short text information sent to your browser from a website you visit. It helps the site to remember your visit information and settings. This can facilitate your next visit and make the site more useful to you.
Cookies are used for many purposes - remember your preferences and settings for viewing, font, site language, providing you with interest-relevant ads, keeping track of visits to a page, remembering your site "That you are logged in, and more.
Websites often collect information about how users interact with them - this can include the pages people visit most often, whether they get error messages from some of them, how they navigate the site, and more. Based on the analysis of this information, actions are taken to improve the services and performance of the sites for a user-friendly and seamless user experience.
Types of cookies:
Session cookies allow you to be recognized during a one-time visit to the website so that the customizations or changes made to each page are stored in other pages of the site. Session cookies are temporary and their action ends when you close the browser or exit the site.
Permanent cookies remain stored on your computer for a certain amount of time after the end of your user session on the site and allow your preferences and settings to be "remembered" when you visit the site again.
Third Party Cookies
These are cookies for storing information for reporting site performance and demographic ads, interests, sessions duration, and so on. This site uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service without personally identifying individual visitors, offered by Google, Inc. All of this information is used by us for statistical purposes only and for the identification of wrong links or bugs. Disclosure of information to third parties is not carried out. Cookies are not used for purposes other than those listed here.
How to Control Cookies
You can control and / or delete cookies whenever you want. For more information, visit Cookies & you . You can delete all & nbsp; or selected cookies already stored on your computer, and you can also set most browsers to block them. However, if you do so, you may need to manually configure some parameters each time you visit a site, and some services and features may not work.