Cookies are unique identifiers, generally made up of small strings of text or code. As a rule, cookies are stored on your device or browser and send certain information to the party that sent the cookie. When we talk about cookies, we are actually referring to a wider range of technologies than just cookies, including web beacons, clear gifs, pixels and other similar technologies. When we talk about proprietary cookies, we mean the cookies sent by the site. When we talk about third-party cookies, we mean cookies set by third parties.
How are cookies used? Some cookies are used to perform computer authentication, session tracking and store specific information about users accessing a web page. These so-called technical cookies are often useful because they can make browsing and using the web faster and more efficient. A particular type of cookie, called analytics, is then used by website operators to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site itself, and thus process general statistics on the service and its use.
Our Site mainly uses the following four types of cookies:
1. Operationally necessary cookies: These cookies are essential for the operation of our site. They allow you to browse and use our site. If you disable these cookies, the site will not work properly.
2. Performance Cookies: These cookies collect information on how visitors use the Site and monitor site performance. For example, performance cookies tell us which pages are popular, monitor traffic to our Site and compile analytical information anonymously. Performance cookies can also be used to identify and correct operational problems with the Site.
3. Functional cookies: These cookies are used to recognize and remember your preferences. For example, functional cookies may use information, such as your location, to ensure that you access a version of our site specific to your city or region.We have no control over or access to third party advertising cookies or the information contained therein. . Third parties manage all information they collect through the cookies they place in accordance with their privacy policies.
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How else can I avoid cookies? You can avoid certain cookies by configuring your browser settings or by directly deactivating the party that manages and controls cookies. Check your browser settings for more detailed information.
All browsers contain the option Delete browsing data in the Tools menu. Use this option to delete cookies and other site and plug-in data, including data stored on your device by Adobe Flash Player (commonly known as Flash cookies).
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Another function present in the most recent browsers (e.g. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari) is the incognito mode. You can browse in incognito mode when to prevent website visits or downloads from being recorded in your browsing and download histories. With the incognito browsing mode All created cookies are deleted after closing all the incognito browsing windows.