The address of our website is: https://masti.francesca.ro ("Society", "We").
Our cookie usage policy sets forth the types of cookies and other similar tracking technologies that we and our partners apply when you visit or use the www.masti.francesca.ro website (the “Site”).masti.francesca.ro („Site-ul”).
1. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file (often of the text type) stored on your computer or device together with the visit of the Site, by Us or by our partners. Cookies are installed by request issued by a web server to a browser (eg Internet Explorer, Chrome) and are completely "passive" (do not contain software, viruses or spyware and can not access the information on the user's hard drive ).
A cookie consists of 2 parts: the name and content or value of a cookie module. The duration of the existence of a cookie module is determined; technically, only the webserver that sent the cookie module can access it again when the user returns to the website associated with that webserver.
Cookies are considered standard for most current browsers and are widely used both to make it possible to provide online services and increase their efficiency, and to provide information to these service providers about your experiences while browsing the site. When you use these online services again, your browser sends previously stored cookies back to the online service. In this way, the online service recognizes and remembers important information about you that helps it to personalize and facilitate the experience it offers you, for example, keeping in mind your saved preferences.
We and our partners use other technologies, including data stored on your web browser or device, identifiers associated with your device, and other software applications for similar purposes. These include the following:
- Pixel tags:"Pixel tags" (also called web beacons or pixels) are small code files installed on (or requested by) a web page, email address, application, or advertisement that collect certain information about your device. your browser and how you interact with them. This information includes, for example, device type, operating system, browser type and version, website visited, time of visit, website that redirected you, IP address, whether you opened an email or clicked. on an advertisement and other similar information, including the small text file (cookie) with which the device is identified. Through pixel tags, certain third-party companies may set and read cookies on a domain not operated by them and may collect information about visitors to that domain, usually with the permission of the domain owner.
- Local storage:This generally refers to other places in a browser or device where information may be stored by websites, advertisements, or third-party companies (for example, local storage and browser cache of the HTML5 language).
- Software development kits (also called SDKs) work the same way as pixel tags and cookies, but operate in the field of mobile applications, where pixel tags and cookies do not always work. Portions of code (so-called SDKs) are installed in the application, allowing us and our partners to collect certain information both about how you interact with the application and about your device and network.
- This is a technology that can provide functions equivalent to cookies and has the ability to store information on your device. Often, this information is stored in a different file than other cookies. This means that information must be managed and deleted differently. We explain below how you can do this.
- Device identifiers:We may also collect your IP address, unique device identifier, or create a unique device fingerprint (this is a unique combination of various information on your device so that we can identify it) in order to identify your device. Then we may use this information in a similar way to cookies.
In this policy, we refer to all such and similar technologies as "cookies". These technologies can be used to recognize when your device is operating. For example, they may recognize when you visit pages on our site or other sites, use parts of an application, or open emails we send you or technology links.
2. Why cookies are used on the Site
Although the cookies used by the Site change from time to time, as we improve and update the Site, they generally fall into the following categories of use:
a) Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are essential for the provision of services specifically requested by visitors to websites. Without them, the websites cannot function and cannot provide the requested services.
A detailed presentation of the cookies strictly necessary for the operation of the Site is given below:
b) Cookies necessary to improve performance
Many of the above features can work without these cookies. However, your experience may suffer and you may need to specify your preferences for each visit.
Sometimes it is possible to collaborate with certain partners in order to better understand and analyze how you interact with the Site; they may store cookies for analysis and research on our behalf. For example, we use third-party analytics providers, such as Google Analytics, to help us evaluate and report your use of the Site. These companies can set up and read their own tracking technologies to collect information about your online activities.
In the absence of these cookies, your experience may suffer.
A detailed presentation of the cookies is given below:
3. Who places cookies on my device?
As the operator of the Site, the Company may store cookies on your device. These cookies are the so-called "own cookies". It is also possible for one of our partners to place certain cookies on your device when you use the Site (eg when you visit a page with embedded content, for example, from YouTube or Facebook, or social network widgets such as the button Facebook “I like it”). These are called "third party cookies" and are used to provide services to us and others.
4. How can I manage cookies?
You can find additional details on how you can delete cookies or how you can manage cookies on different internet browsers by accessing the links below:
Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
Cookie settings in Firefox
Cookie settings in Chrome
Cookie settings in Safari Web.
The cookie management tools provided by your browser do not remove Flash cookies. If you want to learn how to manage your privacy and storage settings for Flash cookies, see the instructions provided by Adobe here..
5. "No Monitoring" (DNT) signals
Some of the newer internet browsers include DNT features. If enabled, these features often send a signal to the services you are accessing, indicating that you do not want to be tracked in a certain way. The respective services (or the content added by third parties in them) may still carry out activities that you can consider as a follow-up, even if you have expressed this preference, depending on the confidentiality practices of the service.
As there is still no common understanding on how to interpret the DNT signal, the Site does not currently respond to DNT signals of the browser.
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7. Contact us
If you have any questions about this policy or our practices regarding the protection of personal data, please send them to us by e-mail at email@example.com or by post to the following address:
Str. Nicolae Bălcescu, no. 173,
Piteşti, Argeş, Romania,110066