To offer our readers a full range of functions when they visit our website, read our content, recognize their website preferences, and make our website more comfortable and convenient, we use “cookies.”
What are Cookies?
Cookies are tiny text files that are downloaded to your PC or mobile advice once when you visit the website. Cookies enable our website to remember your preferences (such as login, preferred font size, language, and other display preferences). By doing so, they improve your experience when you come back to our website.
We will describe what information we gather through cookies and how we will use it. Also, we will explain how you can prevent these cookies from being stored on your PC. Still, we need to point out that if you decide to decline our cookies, this action may downgrade the functionality of our site (the website may not work correctly, or navigate through the website may be slower).
If you don’t want cookies to be stored on your personal computer or other devices, you have several options that you can choose from. Firstly, you can deactivate the cookies option in your browser settings, or you can delete stored cookies at any time from your browser.
More information on how to deactivate or delete cookies can be found here: https://cookiepedia.co.uk/all-about-cookies
Types of Cookies
Cookies can be divided into several groups, but the most important groups are “first-party” and “third-party” cookies, as well as “persistent” and “session” cookies.
Persistent cookies are saved and stored on the HD of your device until they expire or until the owner of the device manually deletes them. Permanent cookies allow us to recognize you as a returning customer and to access your preferred settings. That way, you can access our website faster and with greater convenience.
Session cookies get deleted and became invalid as soon as you leave our website after a single session. Without these session cookies, your site browsing history would always be blank.
First-party cookies (provider cookies) are placed on your device by our website’s operator or us. These types of cookies are generally considered good; they help provide a better user experience and keep the session open. With them, the browser is able to remember important pieces of information, such as username, password, or language preferences.
Third-party cookies are stored on your device and used by other websites and organizations. So basically, third-party cookies are created by domains other than the one the reader is visiting at the time, and those are mainly used for advertisement purposes.
Also, it is essential to mention that we use third-party cookies provided by trusted third parties, such as Google Analytics, as we gather from them valuable information regarding the usage of the website. By doing so, we can learn what content is the most entertaining for our readers, and it helps us to understand and learn how to improve our website for our customers.
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