Cookies

Our website uses cookies to ensure that your experience on our site is as good as possible, so we strongly recommend that you accept them.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small files that websites place on your computer's hard drive when you first visit them. Think of cookies as ID cards that are uniquely yours. Its function is to notify the site whenever you return to it. Although cookies may be misused when they contain personal data, the cookies themselves are not malicious. Several websites, including ours, use cookies. Cookies tell us how often you visit pages, which helps us know the type of information that interests you. This way we can provide you with more content that interests you and less content that does not interest you. Cookies can help you be more efficient. Have you ever placed an item in a shopping cart for a virtual online store, and after a few days on your return, you found that the item was still listed? Here is an example of the function of cookies. Cookies allow you to store preferences and usernames, register products and services, as well as personalize pages. However, if you never register or leave personal information on a website, the server will only know that someone with your cookie has returned to the website. You do not know any other information.

What are worth for?

The function of a cookie is to indicate to the web server that you have returned to a particular page / site so that the information you previously provided can be retrieved and allow you to use the site features you previously used. For example: & #8211; If you confirmed purchase information on a previous visit to a website, you can use a password to automatically enter the information on an order form instead of entering this information again. & #8211; a cookie lets you pre-select one or more areas of interest you want to see each time you visit a website. For example, if you only want to view a specific type of content, you can select it so that this is the main information to see on the site.