This site uses this type of information in order to offer users a better site navigation experience, as well as services that are adapted to users’ needs and interests. This information offers web site owners valuable feedback on how users navigate the internet, so that web sites become more efficient and easily accessible.
What is a “cookie”?
A “cookie” (also referred to as a “browser cookie”, “HTTP cookie” or “cookie module”) is a small size file, consisting of letters and figures that are stored on the user’s computer, mobile phone or on any device on which such user accesses the internet.
A “cookie” includes two elements: name and content (or value). Also, this type of information has a limited lifetime. Practically, only the web server that sends the information can access cookies again, when the user returns to the web site associated to the respective web server.
This type of information does not require, in and of itself, personal data to be subsequently used, and, in most cases, it does not identify internet users.
There are two main categories of information. Session cookies (temporary information) are created in a sub-file of your browser when you navigate a web site. When you leave the web site, the temporary information is automatically deleted. Persistent cookies (durable information) remain in the respective sub-folder of your web browser and are reactivated when you return to the web site having created the respective information in the first place. Durable information remains there for a time period equal to the one set in the information archive.
What is a cookie’s lifetime?
The lifetime of a “cookie” can vary significantly, depending on the purpose it has been created for. As mentioned above, some “cookies” are exclusively used for one session (session cookies) and they are deleted when the user leaves the internet, whereas other information is stored and reused every time the user returns to the respective web site (persistent cookies). However, any information can be deleted by the user at any time, using the browser settings.
What are third party “cookies”?
Parts of the specific web site’s content can be offered via third parties (e.g. a video image). Such third parties can place this information on their web site, and said information shall be referred to as “third party cookies” as it is not placed by the owner of the initial site. However, these third parties are also bound to observe the legal provisions in force and the confidentiality policies of the initial site owner.
What “cookies” does this web site use?
Our web site uses the following types of “cookies”:
Google Analytics Information – this information offers anonymous/collected data concerning what you do and where you go when you navigate the internet. They monitor how users navigate the site and how they got there. This allows us to see the aggregate (not individual) figures concerning the types of content that users like more or what issues they encounter when navigating the internet.
Google AdWords Information – this information helps us manage our web site the best possible way by analyzing our users’ online behavior. For instance, it can identify specific conversions from certain links. As such, a piece of information can be generated on a user’s computer when they access a link in an ad. This kind of data is important to us because it allows us to reach our public more easily and it also helps us understand how we can offer more relevant information to our users.
Certain cookies that we place in your browser ensure that www.daruiestearipi.ro offers information and services in an optimal and efficient way. Other cookies allow web sites to remember users’ setting option, as well as users’ names, language and text size.
Adjusting browser settings for “cookies”
If you are the only person using your computer, you can set longer timeframes for your browsing history expiry. If, however, you are sharing your computer with someone else, you can choose to have your browsing history deleted every time you shut your computer down.
How can I block “cookies”?
Most bowers have default settings that automatically accept “cookies”.
Users can configure their browsers to reject “cookie” files or to alert them when “cookie” files are sent.
Please note that disabling or blocking “cookies” may lead to difficulties in viewing and using certain web site sections.
All modern browsers offer an option to change “cookie” settings. These settings can usually be found in the “Options” or “Preferences” sections of the browser settings.
To better understand such settings, please refer to the “Help” option.