Last updated on 19/06/2018
What is “cookies”
We use technologies like cookies to provide, improve, protect and promote our Services. This way we collect information appertained to your Personal Data. Cookies are very small files that are sent by us to your computer or other devices, which we can access when you visit our website and which do not recognize or harm any of your documents or files in your computer. Cookies help us remember who you are and other information about your visits. They can help in the display of information on a website in a way that matches your interests. The use of session cookies (which are not stored permanently on the user’s computer and disappear when the browser is closed) is strictly limited to transmitting session identifiers (consisting of random numbers generated by the server) necessary to allow the safe and efficient exploration of the site. For example, cookies help us in cases such us remembering your username for your next visit, understanding how you are interacting with our Services, and improving them based on that information and do not allow acquisition of personal identification data. You can set your browser to not accept cookies, but this may limit your ability to use our Services. The sole exception to this rule is cookies which serve functional needs of the Website (functional cookies) and are necessary for the operation and the effective function of the website to your computer.
When do we send “cookies”
Why do we use “cookies”
Also, cookies allow us to send you personalized advertising / marketing activities whether you are in our website or in other websites, and personalized content via additional applications such as the “share” option.
- Preferences, articles and services: cookies can tell us which language you prefer and your social media preferences. They can also help you fill in forms much easier in our website. In addition, they provide you with articles, pictures and personalized contents in combination with our other applications.
Finally, using cookies enables us to help you choose not to see advertisements of third parties that do not concern you.
Cookies and other advertising technology such as “tags”, “pixel tags”, “web beacons” and “clear GIFs” help us efficiently provide you with advertisements relevant to your interests. All the above are called as a whole “Pixel Tags” and aim to collect aggregated statistics and to increase response speeds. They also help us provide aggregate audits, research and reports for advertisers, understand and improve our services, and be aware of when the content has been shown to you. When used to e-mails composed in HTML format, Pixel Tags offer the sender of the message the possibility to know whether and when the message was opened by the recipient.
Unless you remove these cookies from your browser, we may use following information:
- to provide you with advertisements more relevant to your interests
- to provide aggregate advertising reports to advertisers and websites hosting the advertisements
- to help the owners of websites and applications understand how visitors interact with their websites or applications
- to improve our products
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