A cookie is a short text file that sends a web page to a browser. It allows the site to record your visit information, such as preferred language and other settings. The next visit to the site can be easier and more productive. Cookies are important. Without them, browsing the site would be much more complicated.
Cookies are used for a variety of purposes. For example, we use them to store your secure search settings, select relevant ads, track the number of visitors on the page, facilitate the registration of new services, and protect your data.
Types of cookies used:
Settings – These cookies contain information about the current site settings. If a website supports personalization, such as text magnification, color change, and more, this information will be stored in these cookies.
Security – If a website supports user logging, we use security cookies to authenticate users, prevent fraudulent use of login credentials, and protect user data from accessing unauthorized parties.
Processes – Process cookies allow sites to provide services that visitors expect, such as navigating web pages or accessing secure site areas. Without these cookies, the site can not work properly.
Status of relations – This is about collecting visitor behavior. For example, it may be information about which pages people visit most often, or whether errors are displayed on some sites. These cookies help us improve our services and user experience on the web.
Analytical cookies – Google Analytics is a Google Analytics analytics tool that helps website owners and apps understand how visitors are using their site and applications. He may use a set of cookies to collect information and report on the use of the Website without Google knowing any personal identification data of the individual visitors. The main cookie file used by Google
Analytics is the __ga file.
In addition to generating web site usage statistics, Google Analytics, along with ad cookies, can be used to show more relevant ads on Google products (such as Google Search) and the web.
Expansion, social plugins, third party systems – The website can use extensions such as social plugins (such as the Facebook button “Like me”, Twitter tweet list, etc.) or third-party systems such as the above described Google Analytics. The specific form, amount and purpose of cookies stored in your browser from third-party providers is solely responsible for providing this service / services.
Additional information, links: How Google uses data