What are cookies?
Cookie is a small piece of data sent to your browser by a web server and stored on your computer’s hard drive. Cookies do not damage your system and do not affect its functionality in any way.
What is the purpose of these cookies?
With your permission, we store tracking cookies on your computer.
We use these cookies to remember which pages you visited in order to create a profile of your online behavior. This profile is not associated with your name, address, email address or other similar information.
Do cookies know who I am?
No. Cookies do not store your name, address, age or other personal information. They only remember your preferences and interest (s) based on your behavior while browsing.
Functional and non-functional cookies
There are functional and non-functional cookies. Functional cookies are necessary for the site to function properly or to ensure that the desired information is displayed with speed and accuracy every time you visit our site. For example, you do not have to enter your details, report your preferences, or change your settings again at your next visit.
Non-functional cookies inform us about the number of visitors to the site and how these visitors use the site. We can use this information to improve the site. These files are automatically deleted when you close your web browser or remain stored for up to 12 months after your last visit.
The uses of functional cookies include:
• memorize your login information
• Guarantee the security of your login information
• guarantee the uniformity of the site’s appearance
The uses of non-functional cookies include:
• count the number of visitors to the site
• record how visitors use the site
• improve site performance
• Improve your user experience on the site