Cookies are small text files that are uploaded and stored on a user’s computer via an e-environment server. Each time a user enters the e-environment, the user sends the cookie information back to our server, and the server can identify the user by verifying the cookie sent by the client. Cookies have different purposes and lifespans.
Some cookies are called “session cookies” and they expire as soon as the user closes the web browser. Other cookies are called “permanent cookies” and are stored for a certain period. Upon revisiting a website, the user’s web browser reads all the permanent cookies and delivers information to the website or unit that sent the relevant cookie to the user.
The uploading of cookies can also be disabled in the browser settings. However, you should be aware that in some cases this may slow down the browsing of the website or reduce the functionality of certain web pages or restrict access to those web pages.
The cookies we use can be divided into several categories.
- Strictly necessary cookies. Strictly necessary cookies help make the website usable by enabling basic features such as page navigation and access to secure parts of the website. This website cannot function properly without these cookies.
- Preference cookies. Preference cookies allow a website to remember information that changes the operation or appearance of the website, for example, the language you choose or the region where you are located.
- Marketing cookies. Marketing cookies are used to track visitors to various websites. The purpose is to show ads that are relevant and captivating to the specific user and thus more valuable to publishers and third-party advertisers.
We may combine information received from cookies with information from other sources, such as the services used.