What does Cookie mean?

Cookie ("browser cookie" or "HTTP cookie") is a small file, consisting of letters and numbers, which is stored on any terminal with Internet access (computer, mobile phone, tablet, etc.) and is installed by requesting issued by a web server to a browser (eg: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome). You can find more information here: https://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cookie

A cookie is a small file stored on your computer that contains information from the web server.

What do we use cookies for?

We use our own and third-party cookies to provide visitors with personalized services, adapted to everyone's preferences.

The use of cookies is a current standard on most of the sites you access. Also, most browsers are configured to accept cookies.

However, if you prefer this, you can reset the browser either to notify you every time you receive a cookie, or to even refuse to accept cookies.

However, we must inform you that the services offered through the site will not be able to be offered correctly if you have set your browser to reject cookies.

Cookies from third parties

Certain sections of the site are provided through third parties/providers (eg: Facebook, Google, etc...).

These third parties can also place cookies through the website and they are called "third party cookies" because they are not placed by the owner of the respective website.

Third-party providers must also comply with the law in force and the privacy policies of the website owner.

Through the sections of the website provided by Facebook, Google and other third parties, "third party cookies" can be placed.

What is stored in a cookie?

The cookie stores information and facilitates functions such as:

- keeping a user logged in the account

- different settings and preferences of the user logged into the account

- data about how to access the site

Cookies do not contain software programs, viruses or spyware and cannot access the information on the user's hard drive. Cookies do not request personal information and do not personally identify Internet users.