We use the following types of cookies :
Absolutely necessary cookies
These are the cookies that are required for the proper functioning of the website, applications or service. For example, these cookies allow you to securely connect to the website or to remember what you have added to your shopping cart.
Display cookies and parsing technologies
These cookies collect information about how visitors, or users, use the website, applications, and services. For example, which tools are used most frequently and which error messages are received, and which part of the web page or applications from. These cookies do not collect or store identifying information about visitors or users. All information collected and stored by these cookies remains anonymous. We use these cookies solely to improve and improve the operation of the website, applications and services.
These cookies allow the website, applications and services to remember what choices you have made (such as username, language, geographic location) and help make the presentation more personal. These cookies can also remember the changes you made to the size, character, or other parts of the web page to personalize it. These can also be used to improve the service upon your request. The information collected by these cookies is anonymous and cannot track your search activity on other websites.
Targeted or advertising cookies
These cookies are intended to serve advertisements that are more relevant to your interests. We also use them to limit the number of times your ads appear to you, and thus improve the quality of your advertising campaigns. These are usually provided on ad pages with the permission of the webmaster. They will remember if you have visited the site and this information will be shared with other organizations, mostly through advertising pages. Quite often, these targeted or advertising cookies link to the activity provider or other organization.
Web beacon and feature tracking
We also use software similar to cookies, called web beacons, to count users who have visited our site by clicking on an ad on another website or via email, and in addition to gathering detailed information about what product or service They purchased. These web beacons collect limited information that is not personally identifiable. There is no way to disable or exclude web beacons from the system. However, since they are usually associated with cookies, you can exclude them in a limited way by disabling or blocking cookies in your browser.
IP address and traffic data
We keep track of the traffic data that is automatically connected to our server. These are the Internet Protocol (IP) address, information about the device used for the connection, the web page you used before you came to our website and the web page you went to after using our website. We also store some statistics about the page, apps and services such as connection time, page viewed and page opened. We are not able to personally identify you based on traffic data and statistics.
You can configure your search engine or website, or your apps or services, to exclude or block cookies if you wish. However, in this case, some features of the website or applications or services may not function properly. For more information on how to set, enable, or block cookies, visit www.allaboutcookies.org.