"Cookies" are what small pieces of data are called. They access the user’s device when entering a web page. The aim of these pieces are to record the user behavior on the given web page, such as patterns and preferences, so the site is able to offer more personalized and relative information to each user.
Some of the cookies we use include technical cookies, personalization cookies, and analytical cookies. What is the difference? A technical cookie is the kind that allows you to navigate through a web page. A personalization cookie, on the other hand, lets you access our service based on predefined criteria in your terminal. An analytical cookie has more to do with the impact users have on our site. These kind of cookies allow us to measure how users behave on our webpage and obtain analytical data about this behaviour.
An example of such use is; Google Analytics, one of the most trusted online analytical solution, which helps us understand better how users navigate our web. This enables us to work on new ways to improve your user experience.
Cookies track the time you have spent on a specific page(s), links you have clicked on, pages you visited, etc. Such analytics allow us to produce more relevant and helpful content for our users.
To disable your cookies means to disable many website features. For this reason, we advise against disabling the cookies.
However, should you wish to proceed forward and disable your cookies, you can do so from the settings menu of your browser.
Note: Disabling the cookies will have an effect on your on-site experience as well as the site’s functionality.