* Enters into force on May 25, 2018** Revised on May 25, 2018
1. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a collection of data in an industry standard that a webpage transfers to your computer temporarily to allow content to be customized to the user. To do this, cookies collect information about your online behavior.
A cookie is a small file that contains a text made up of a string of letters and numbers (often encoded) that uniquely identifies your computer, the mobile terminal or other equipment of a user accessing the Internet but may also contain other information. A cookie consists of two parts: the name and content or the value of the cookie. Moreover, the duration of a cookie is determined.
A cookie is a file that is placed / downloaded on the device you are using when you access a website by requesting the web server to a browser (eg Internet Explorer, Chrome) that allows the use of site functionalities
A cookie is completely “passive” (it does not contain software, viruses – cookies use plain text formats, they are not made up of pieces of code so they cannot be executed and cannot auto-run, they cannot duplicate or replicate on other networks to run or replicate again – or spyware and cannot access information on the user’s hard drive), allowing only the gathering of user behaviour information (basically which websites visit and When).
In other words, the cookie can be seen as an Internet User ID card that announces the website every time the user returns to that website.
Example:A cookie can look like this:SNID50 = eR0azHquz-E32l1B7uLIasD63_ZWxrS9fkAc37Z4CQ = Q4levhdDnydqiJGNgoogle.ro / verify 97282076339328 30210107 446809680 30173295 *
3. The purpose of cookies
Cookies can provide faster and easier interaction between users and websites. For example, when authenticating a user on a particular website, authentication data is stored in a cookie; the user can then access that website without having to authenticate again.
4. What types of cookies do we use?
We use the following types of cookies: [persistent and / or sessions, own and / installed by third parties].Persistent cookies help us recognize you as an existing user, making it easy for you to return to our website or interact with our services without getting back into your account again. Once you sign in, a persistent cookie stays in your browser and will be read when you return to one of our websites or a partner website that uses our services. Session cookies are active only during a session (typically, regular visit to a website or browser session).There are several types of cookies as follows:
Strictly necessaryThese cookies are essential to let you navigate the site and use features such as shopping pages and view the site in multiple languages. We also use these cookies to remember what’s in your shopping cart and to find out if you’re signed in to the website or not.
PerformanceThese cookies collect information about how you use the website, such as the pages you’ve visited, and whether you’ve recorded any errors. All information that these cookies collect is anonymous and is used only to provide us with information about how the website is used. These data are not used to direct your advertising when you visit other websites.
FunctionalThese cookies allow the site to provide services and retain elements of your visit to improve your experience. These cookies do not collect information that could identify you. We use these cookies to perform functions such as preventing a poll that you have filled out or that you have refused.
DescriptionThese cookies are used to make the ads you see more relevant to your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times you see a creative and to help measure the effectiveness of your advertising campaign. These are usually placed by advertising networks with our permission.
Login and Login (Registration)If you’ve entered your account, cookies help us show you information and personalize your experience. When you sign in to a website using your personal account, we store a unique ID number and the time of logging in to an encrypted cookie on your device. This cookie lets you navigate from one page to another on the website without having to log back in on each page again. You can also save your login information so you do not have to sign in every time you go back to the website.
Storing the information you provide on a web siteWhen you provide information or add products to a shopping cart when shopping on our websites we store data in a cookie to retain your products and the information you have added.
Social MediaSome of our websites include social networking cookies, including those that allow users connected to social networking services to share content through that service.
Preferences, features, and servicesCookies can tell us which language you prefer and what your communication preferences are. Cookies can help you fill in the forms on the website. Cookies can also provide custom features, information, and content with our plug-ins. The settings that allow our products to operate correctly or that preserve your preferences over time can be stored on your device. For example, if you enter a city or postal code on a website to receive local news or information, we can store this data in a cookie, so that when you return to that website, see the relevant local information . We also save preferences, such as language, browser and multimedia player settings, so it does not have to be reset every time you go back to the website. If you opt out of interest-based advertising, we store this opt-out preference by using a cookie on your device.
6. When are we placing cookies?
7. What is the lifetime of a cookie?
The life of a cookie may vary significantly, depending on the purpose for which it is placed. A cookie per session will expire at the end of the session, and a permanent cookie will expire in a longer period. The life of a cookie is not imposed on any user. They can be blocked or deleted at any time through browser settings. The life of each cookie is in the cookie list at the end of this document.
8. What are the personal data collected by cookies? What type of information is stored and accessed through cookies?
Such data is encrypted in a way that does not allow unauthorized people access to them.If a cookie processes personal data, we will ensure that the processing is done in accordance with applicable law and Regulation (EU) No. 679/2016 (GDPR).
9. What third-party cookies do we use? / What are cookies placed by third parties? (“Third party cookies”)
Apart from the cookies that the website creates when visiting our websites, third parties can also create cookies while visiting our websites. In some cases, this is because we hired third parties to provide services in our name, such as website analysis. In other cases, our web pages provide third-party content or advertisements, such as videos, news, or advertisements delivered by other advertising networks. Because your browser connects to these third-party web servers to retrieve the content, those third parties can create or read their own cookies on your device and can collect information about your online activities on different websites or online services. Third parties / Third-party vendors must also comply with the applicable law and the privacy policies of the website owner (s).
10. Cookie control
11. What do you have to do if you do not want to set cookies or if you want to remove them?
For other browsers, please refer to the documentation provided by the browser manufacturer.To learn more about cookies, including how to view cookie types that have been installed and how to manage and delete them, visit wikipedia.org, http://www.youronlinechoices.com/en, http: //www.allaboutmodul cookies.org/ or www.aboutmodul cookies.org or www.aboutcookies.org
12. Other useful resources
To learn more about using cookies by advertisers, use the following links:• European Alliance for Interactive Digital Advertising (EU)• The Internet Advertising Agency (U.S.A.)• The Internet Advertising Agency (U.E.)
The list of cookies used by our website: