General information about cookies and how to use them
Cookies are a piece of data sent from a website and stored in your browser's memory.
Cookies may be required for websites to function properly because websites are stateless (they do not remember user information from one internal site to another), but are sometimes used to track user actions on a single site or on multiple sites in order to collect information. about using or identifying interests and mapping behavior so that you can offer relevant ads.
When websites use the CMP consent management platform, they offer you the option to enable or disable certain categories of cookies, which helps protect your privacy. Below is a description of the most common categories of cookies.
The necessary cookies are used for the proper functioning of the website, they are generally not used for tracking and are not shared between websites.
The most common necessary action performed using a cookie is user authentication. When you log in to any website, a cookie is stored in your browser, including some information that the website uses to remember who is authenticated when you go to another internal site or refresh the site.
Cookies are also used to let the site know what's in your shopping cart, load balancing information, and more.
Preference cookies allow a website to remember information to customize how the website looks or behaves to each user. This may include saving the selected currency, region, language, or color theme.
Analytical cookies are not necessary, but are used to gather valuable information about how the website is used, to identify problems and to identify what needs to be improved on the site and what content is useful. The information collected is in most cases anonymous, but some analytics services collect information that can be used to identify the user.
Marketing cookies are used to track visitors across websites so that publishers can display relevant and engaging ads.