1.1. What is “cookie”
Cookie is a small file which is used as the unique identifier. Each cookie is uniquely associated with your web browser. Cookie contains anonymous information, and your computer or mobile phone receives it from the server of the website you are visiting. Cookies are stored on your device and only the server can retrieve and read its contents. When you browse a website, the updated cookie may be sent back to the servers of the website. It may host the website you are visiting (“first party cookies”) or an organization other than the owner of the website you are visiting (“third party cookies”). For example, cookies may be stored by the other websites the information of which is used by the page you are viewing or by a third-party analytics company. The website you are visiting may also contain embedded content from the other websites, and these websites may also store their own cookies.
Websites may use the third-party advertising networks to display personalized ads. These cookies can also be used to track your browsing habits on the other websites.
There are two types of cookies.
Session cookies are stored only during a browsing session and are deleted from the device when you close your browser.
These cookies are stored on your computer for a certain time (usually a year or more) and are not deleted after you close your browser. Persistent cookies are used to identify you across multiple browsing sessions, e.g. to save your preferences and use them during your next visit of the website.
We are using cookies
(a) to enable you to use our website or to provide us with certain basic functions;
(b) to improve the functionality of our website: cookies store preferred settings which record your choices (such as your username or language choice) and allow us to provide a more personalized experience, or
(c) to improve the website and user experience.
The information provided by cookies is anonymous and helps us understand how visitors use the websites. It allows us to improve the way we deliver our content. These services are usually provided by independent analytics and research companies, so they may be third party cookies.
To make the website effective and user-friendly we have to use all three types of cookies (essential, functional and operational). As such, these cookies cannot be disabled individually, and by continuing to use our website and our online services, you agree that we may place these cookies on your device.
3. WHAT IS TO BE DONE IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO SAVE COOKIES
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/17442/windows-internet-explorer-deletemanage-cookies (for Internet Explorer)
http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences (for Mozilla / Firefox)
4. ELVIM PARTNERS
You can set cookies for the websites of our partners you are visiting. We do not provide these websites, therefore we cannot control the distribution of the relevant cookies. You can find more information about these cookies on the relevant third-party website.
5. CHANGES TO THESE COOKIES