What are cookies?
“Cookies” are a packet of information, in the form of a very small file, sent by a web server to an Internet browser and then returned by it each time it accesses the same server.
“Cookies” are important for the operation of websites and without them their work would be more difficult. Cookies allow web pages to easily exchange information with each other and thus provide a kind of memory for web pages. Most cookies cannot collect information to identify the user. Rather, the aggregate aggregate information is about how users access and use the site.
What cookies do we use?
1. Functional cookies:
– for social media such as Google, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest, etc., so that the various social media sharing buttons can work.
2. Analytical cookies:
– to collect statistical information through Google Analytics, based on which we analyze the effectiveness of the site and individual landing pages. Statistical information includes the source of traffic, the number of visitors to the site and individual pages, the most visited pages, the time a visitor spends on a page, and more.
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