What are cookies?
A cookie is a compact file that accompanies pages from our platforms and gets stored by your browser on your device's hard drive. This stored information can be relayed back to our servers during future visits.
Cookies serve various functions and can be classified into functional, analytical, and tracking categories.
Functional cookies are essential for the smooth operation of a platform. They remember details like your login credentials or language preferences.
Analytical cookies are employed for gathering statistical data.
Tracking cookies monitor your activities on the platform to offer a more tailored user experience.
There's also a distinction between first-party and third-party cookies. First-party cookies are issued and accessed solely by the platform you're visiting, while third-party cookies can be read by external entities.
The implementation of cookies is crucial for our platforms to function optimally, even if their impact isn't immediately noticeable.
By utilizing cookies, we enhance our platform's user-friendliness; for example, by recalling technical preferences like your chosen language, login details, or the contents of your shopping cart.
Additionally, the data gathered via cookies assists us in showcasing products that we believe would be most relevant to you.