Cookies and Other Techniques
The definition of cookies and how they work:
Cookies are small text parts which are downloaded to your computer or other devices when you visit a website. Your browser sends such files to the website every time you revisit the website, thus it can identify you and can then specify what you see on the screen according to your requirements.
Pixel indicators (sometimes are called "Web lighthouses": are invisible images provided with a line of software instructions which are put inside an email or on a webpage.
What are the purposes for which cookies are used?
- Cookies which provide you with the service you require (required cookies).
For example: saving logging in data during your visit, as without a cookie, the website might not remember or might remove your data, therefore you will have to re-enter logging in data. When you buy tickets for example, cookies ensure that they are still in your marketing basket when you wish to pay and log out.
- Cookies which provide you with advertisements which are considered more appropriate for you interest (advertisement cookies)
- 3. Cookies which analyze and improve your browsing and emailing experience (functional cookies)
How to manage cookies
It is worth mentioning that in addition to the tool of accepting the use of our cookies, most browsers will enable you to manage the favourites of cookies. For example: you can make the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie or use it to completely disable cookies. If you want to disable or completely delete such files, this might result in improper working of such website, as they depend on cookies in order to provide you with the service you requested (see basic cookies, above).
Last updated 03/07/2017