​Cookie Usage Policy

​This website uses cookies.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file, typically consisting of letters and numbers, which is downloaded to a computer's memory (or other device used for online browsing, such as a mobile phone or tablet) when a user accesses a particular website. Cookies are created when a user's browser displays a specific website. The website sends information to the browser, which creates a text file.

What are cookies used for, and why are they important for the internet? Cookies provide a faster and smoother interaction between users and websites, helping to create a user-friendly browsing experience tailored to each user's preferences and interests. For example, when a user logs in to a particular website, their login information is stored in a cookie. Later, the user can access the site without needing to log in again. In other cases, cookies may be used to store information about a user's activities on a specific web page, allowing them to easily resume those activities when revisiting the site. Cookies can also be used to store information about products ordered by a user on an e-commerce site, enabling the concept of a "shopping cart." Additionally, cookies can provide websites with the ability to monitor users' online activities and create user profiles, which can be used for marketing purposes.

What types of cookies do we use?

Browsing this site may place cookies for the following purposes:

- Performance analysis of the site
- Retaining login information
- Analyzing visitor profiles
- Running our own advertising campaigns
- Running third-party advertising campaigns

Cookies in terms of information security and privacy.

Although cookies are stored on a user's internet-connected device, they cannot access or read other information on that device. Cookies are not viruses. They are merely small text files and are not compiled into code or executed. As such, they cannot self-replicate, spread to other networks to perform actions, or be used to distribute viruses. Cookies cannot search for information on a user's device. However, they do store personal information. This information is not generated by cookies themselves, but rather by the user when completing online forms, registering on websites, using electronic payment systems, and so on. While sensitive information is typically protected against unauthorized access, there is the possibility that unauthorized individuals could intercept the information transmitted between a browser and the website. Although such situations are relatively rare, they can occur when a browser connects to a server using an unencrypted network, such as an unsecured Wi-Fi network. Cookies can be used by online advertising companies to monitor user behavior and online preferences, delivering the most relevant advertising messages to users. However, these preferences are not explicitly or consciously expressed by the user but are shaped based on the user's online browsing history, the pages they visit, and the ads they access. For example, if a user reads a web page about school supplies and later moves to another page, advertising messages related to school supplies may appear on the new page, even if it is unrelated to school supplies. Because users are not informed that their online actions are being monitored, concerns about privacy arise.

Managing, Disabling, and Deleting Cookies

Cookies are everywhere, and they cannot be avoided if you want to access the best and largest websites on the Internet, both local and international. With a clear understanding of how they work and the benefits they bring, you can take the necessary security measures to confidently browse the internet. Disabling or refusing to accept cookies can make certain websites impractical or difficult to use. Furthermore, refusing to accept cookies does not mean that you will not receive or view online advertising, but rather that the advertising will no longer consider your preferences and interests, as indicated by your browsing behavior. It is possible to configure your browser to not accept these cookies, or you can configure your browser to accept cookies from a specific website. All modern browsers provide the option to change cookie settings, usually found in the "Options" or "Preferences" menu of your browser."

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