What is the “cookie”?
The cookie is a small file, which consists of text information, transferred by a specific website from your browser to the hard drive of your computer. This can be temporary until the end of your visit or it can last for a longer period of time, depending on the type of cookie. Cookies have different functions (they can distinguish you from other people visiting the same website or save certain information about you, for example the products you put in your basket), they are used by most websites, in order to make your web browsing experience even more enjoyable. Every single cookie is unique for your web browser and will contain some anonymous information. Usually the cookie holds the name of the domain it comes from, as well as the expiration date of the cookie and its value (most of the time in the form of a randomly generated number).
These are cookies used by third parties, an example are the social networks, tracking your visits in various websites, which they use to advertise. The webmaster doesn’t have control over the cookies of third parties.
How do we manage the cookies?
Managing a certain type of cookies
If you require some more information regarding the management of a specific type of cookies, including how to control or delete them, visit this link and you will find your answers - www.aboutcookies.org.
Attention! Attention! ! If you really decide to do this, keep in mind that there is a possibility that you may have to manually adjust some parameters each and every time you visit a new page from the website, some functions and services may not be available as well (your basket for example).