What are the Cookies and what do we use them for?
- A “cookie” is a small piece of code, information that is stored on your computer’s browser. It is used to track how a user navigates between pages within a website. It helps greatly when you come back to that page so that you can see personalized items. They can also be used to analyze page traffic data.
WHAT COOKIES DO WE USE AND WHAT DO WE USE THEM FOR ON OUR SITE?
Cookies used by us can be categorized as the following:
1. Necessary cookies
These cookies are needed to be able to browse our site, to use its features and to remember the actions you take on the site. They are always valid only for the current visit, and are automatically deleted from your computer when the session is over or when you close your browser.
2. Cookies needed to measure performance
We analyze our website with Google Analytics cookies so that we can develop and improve it according to the site visitors’ habits. It is important that these cookies can not and do not specifically identify the visitors. No personal data will be saved or tracked by them.
3. Functional cookies
They make it easier and more enjoyable for you to use the website. For example, it is useful for sign-in or custom settings because it allows your computer to remember this setting so you do not have to sign in each time you visit.
In this case, we share some of the cookie content with a third party we advertise with. For example, in case of Google advertising, we share it with Google.
The list of available cookies is updated by Cookiebot and summarized in the chart below.
COOKIES AVAILABLE FOR THIRD PARTY
These cookies are sent only when you visit certain subpages and store only the fact and time of the visit to that subpage.
HOW DO WE NOTIFY YOU AND ASK FOR YOUR PERMISSION?
The first time you visit our site, a pop-up NOTE appears at the bottom of the screen stating that marketingastro.com uses the cookies , as well as a link to information on that.
MORE INFORMATION ON COOKIES
If you would like to know more about the cookie settings of the individual browsers, please check them out here:
- Google Chrome;
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 8;
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 9;
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 10;
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 11;
Some browsers allow you to restrict cookies by setting security levels.
If you would like to request an exception to Google’s tracking activity, you can do so here:
If you want a plugin for Google Chrome that will exempt all Google cookies: