Cookies usage policy
What are the cookies?
Sometimes, in order to work properly, sites need to save on your device small files with information called cookies. The cookie is a small text fragment, which is sent to your browser every time you visit a new website. These files let the site remember certain details about you, such as specific actions and preferences, your username, language, text size and others. The website remembers your information for a specific period of time and uses it to make it easier for you to browse as well as to make sure your stay is as enjoyable as possible. The cookies are an essential part of all websites out there and without them most of the sites’ functions will cease to work.
We use third-party cookies:
Google Analytics is an analytical instrument by Google. Its main function is to help website owners and various applications understand how their visitors are engaged with their sites. It can use a collection of cookies, so that it can keep on gathering information and keeping statistical data about the usage of a certain website, without identifying personally every visitor. The main Google Analytics cookie is “__ga”. Learn about this and more on on the Google Analytics cookie. If you want to find out how to shut down Google Analytics, you can do so here.
- Google, as a third party in the role of a supplier uses the cookies in order to show various advertisements on your website.
- With the help of the cookie, DoubleClick presents advertisements to your customers, based on their visits of your, as well as other sites on the Internet.
- The cookies of DoubleClick very often contain this in their name - “__gads”.
- You can read some more on the subject at the Advertisingcookies by Google.
(Consumer Opt-out) - You can always opt out of the advertising cookies, based on interests here.Your decline doesn’t mean that you won’t be able to see the different advertisements though. If you decide to opt out of the cookies, your advertisements will stop considering your previous likes and preferences.
You can control and/or remove cookies whenever you like to do so - for some more information about how to that, check out AllAboutCookies.org.
You can delete all cookies, that are already on your computer and you can also configure your browsers to block them.
Attention! If you do this, you may have to manually reconfigure some settings on your browser each time you visit a certain website and some functions may not even work properly.