What are cookies?
Cookies are small chunks of texts sent to your computer or other device by the websites you visit. They help websites work, keep track of your activities on their pages, and remember your login details.
There are several types of cookies, which can be determined using different factors, such as function, lifespan, and origin. The types of cookies include the following:
- First-party cookies are cookies stored by the websites you visit, while third-party cookies are those stored by websites other than the ones you visit. Take note that we do not control the collection or usage of your information by third parties.
- Necessary cookies are cookies essential in allowing the technical operations of websites. They allow you to navigate through the pages of websites and make use of their features.
- Performance cookies are cookies that collect data regarding the performance of websites. The information they collect includes the number of website visitors, time spent on the pages, and errors encountered, if there are any.
- Functionality cookies are cookies that remember your choices and preferences in terms of region, language, login details, and more. They help improve the usability of websites.
- Targeting/Advertising cookies are cookies that collect your information, build a profile containing your interests, and enable websites to show personalized advertisements.
- Session cookies are cookies that get erased the moment you close the browser, while permanent or persistent cookies are those that stay on your devices until you or your browser deletes them.
- To Distinguish One User from Another
- To Improve the Functionality of Our Websites and Enhance User Experience
- To Personalize Our Websites and Their Features to Your Needs and Preferences
- To Compile Aggregate Data and Analyze How Our Websites Are Used
We don’t utilize the gathered information to create user profiles.
How can you control cookies?