A cookie is a small file that asks for permission to be placed on your hard drive, and after approval the file is added.
These files help analyze web traffic and lets you know when to visit a particular site.
Cookies also allow web applications to respond to you as an individual.
Web applications can customize their operations according to your needs (what you like or what you dislike) by collecting and remembering information about your preferences.
We use the traffic log on the site to identify frequently used pages, which helps us analyze data about traffic on web pages and improve our website based on those analyzes in order to customize it to customer needs. We use this information for statistical analysis purposes and then delete Data from the system.
Cookies generally help us provide you with a better site by enabling us to follow pages that you find useful and not useful to you.
The Cookies does not give us any access to your computer or any information inside it other than that you have shared with us.
You can accept or decline cookies, and web browsers often accept these files automatically, but you can modify your browser settings to reject these files if you prefer, which may prevent you from taking full advantage of the site.