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What is a cookie?

A cookie is a short text sent by the website you visit to your browser. Helps your site remember information about your visit, such as your language and other settings. This will make your next visit smoother and easier to use. Cookies play an important role. Without them, using the Internet would be much more difficult.



Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies for a variety of reasons:

– you don’t have to enter your details again and again

– to understand how people use our website and we can improve it.



What cookies do we use?

There are four types of cookies based on their function, the explanation of them can be seen below.

Basic Cookies – Basic cookies are used to authenticate users, prevent data loss and various basic services on the website. Necessary for normal website operation.

Performance Cookies – Using these cookies, we monitor the traffic on our website, the behavior of visitors, and this helps us improve the performance of our website.

Functional Cookies – These cookies help you get a better user experience, so you can customize your content or remember your preferences (such as choosing a language or region).

Targeting Cookies – Process your users’ history or tracked links. Using this information, we can provide more personal and relevant content. We may also share this information with third parties.



How long do cookies stay on my device?

The validity of session cookies is limited to the current session of the user, with the purpose of preventing data loss (for example, when filling out a longer form). At the end of the session or closing the browser, this type of cookie is automatically deleted from the visitor’s computer.

The validity of the permanent cookies is determined in days, weeks, months or years. Until the expiration date, the saved cookies are stored on the hard drive of the user’s computer, but can be deleted by the user before the predefined deadlines expire.



How to turn off cookies?

– Use the cookie settings in your browser.

– Clear the cookie.

– Block all cookies.

– Use an incognito sheet.