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What are Cookies?
Cookie is information saved on your computer by the website you visit. Cookies usually save your settings, website settings, such as your preferred language or address. Later, when you open the same web page again, the internet browser sends back the cookies that belong to that page. This allows the page to display information tailored to your needs.
Cookies can store a wide range of information including personal information (such as your name or e-mail address). However, this information can only be saved if you allow it – the websites cannot access the information that you have not provided them and cannot access other files on your computer. Default activities for saving and sending cookies is not visible to you. However, you can change your Internet browser settings so you can choose for yourself whether to approve or reject cookie requests, automatically wipe cookies when you close your internet browser, and alike.
To use the cookies in accordance with the Electronic Communications Act, the Personal Data Protection Act, EU Directives 2002/58/EZ and 95/46/EZ and the GDPR Directive, the user must permit it.
What are Cookies used for?
Cookies are used to ensure the correct functioning of the website and to collect statistical data.
How are Cookies controlled?
Users can control and / or delete cookies. All cookies that are already stored on the user’s device can be deleted and most browsers can even block cookie storing. If a user blocks cookies, each time he visits website again needs to adjust some of the desired preferences, while certain services and functions might not be available.
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Disabling cookies may disable some of the functionality on a web page.
What are Temporary Cookies?
Temporary cookies or session cookies are removed from your computer when closing your browser. With them, websites store temporary information, such as items in a shopping cart.
What are Permanent Cookies?
Permanent or saved cookies remain on your computer after you close the Internet browser program. With them, websites store information such as username and password, so you do not have to sign in each time you visit particular site. Permanent cookies will remain on your computer for days, months, even years.
What are First-party Cookies?
First-party cookies come from the sites you’re watching and can be permanent or temporary. Using these cookies, web pages can store the information they will use again when they visit the site for the next time.
What are Third-party Cookies?
Third-party cookies come from ads of other websites (such as pop-ups or other ads) that are on the webpage you are viewing. Using these cookies, websites can monitor Internet usage for marketing purposes.
Yes, with the primary purpose of improving user experience.
What kind of Cookies does Tehnozavod Marušić website use?
Session cookies – temporary cookies that point out (and are automatically deleted) when you close the Internet browser.
Persistent cookies – usually have an expiration date far into the future and will remain in your browser until it expires, or until you manually delete it. The page uses persistent cookies for better understanding and improving user habits. The information being collected is anonymous, meaning that individual user data is not visible.
Does Tehnozavod Marušić website have Third-party Cookies?
There are several external services that store users’ limited cookies. These cookies are not set up by this website, but some serve normal functioning of certain features that make it easier for users to access content. We currently allow:
Sharing articles on social networking puts up cookies to users.
For visitation measurement we use Google Analytics service.
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