A cookie is a small anonymous user-specific text file that is stored in a user’s web browser. A cookie contains a unique identifier that can be used to identify a web browser visiting a site (e.g. when a user returns to a site they have previously visited). The cookie can only be used later by the server that stored it, and it will not damage the user’s device. A cookie alone cannot be used to personally identify a user.
Cookies are basically divided into session-specific and persistent cookies, session-specific cookies expire when the user terminates the web service, persistent cookies remain in the browser for a certain period of time or until the user deletes them. Cookies facilitate the use of websites and allow certain functionalities, such as remembering the session, personalizing the websites for each user and easy identification with the service.
The so-called first-party cookies are set by the website listed in the address. In addition to these, our services use the so-called third parties, such as ad networks, measurement and cookies from tracking service providers, advertising technology providers, and social media services.
You can clear your cookie history from your web browser settings. In this case, the identifier stored in the web browser and the web behavior profile based on it are deleted. This does not prevent new cookies from being stored in your browser. For more information on deleting and blocking cookies, see the instructions of the browser manufacturer you are using.
You can opt out of targeting third-party advertising on Your Online Choices.
Please note that the choices related to cookies are browser-specific, ie if you have several browsers and / or terminals, you will have to make selections for them one by one.