We have the option to collect information about cookies on the user’s end device and other similar technologies such as local data storage, browsers or help.
A cookie is a small text file that the browser stores on the user’s end device. Cookies often contain an anonymous, unique identifier that allows us to identify and count browsers that visit our site. Cookies also allow us to collect information about how and when the Services are used: for example, from which page the user accessed our Services, when and what the user is viewing on our Websites, which browser the user is using, what screen resolution, what operating system, the IP address of the user’s terminal, and the serial number. Cookies also provide the user with the ability to not enter a username, password and personal customization each time.
Cookies do not move on the network themselves, they are only assigned to the user’s terminal by the website that the user loads. Only the server that sent the cookies can read and use them later. Cookies and similar technologies do not damage the user’s terminal or files, nor can they be used to run programs or spread viruses.
Users cannot be identified by cookies or other technologies alone, and our Website cannot know, for example, a user’s email address unless the user has provided it to us. Subject to the privacy laws and policies of each service, information received from cookies and other similar technologies may be combined with any other information obtained from the user by other means.
Why are cookies used?