4. Information about the navigation on the website
Cookies, Web Beacons and IP Addresses
The Company uses commonly used dedicated tools, such as cookies and web beacons, to collect information when you browse the Company’s Web Sites). This section describes the types of website Navigation Information used on the Company’s websites and how they are used.
The Company uses session cookies and persistent cookies. The first only last the time of an online session. They disappear from your computer when you close your browser or shut down your computer. The second remain on your computer even when you close your browser or shut down your computer. Note: If you disable cookies in your web browser settings, you will be able to explore the Company’s websites, but you may not be able to use our Services properly.
The section below shows how the Company uses the different categories of cookies, and what are the setting options available in this area:
Type of cookies Mandatory cookies Mandatory cookies allow you to browse and use the Company’s websites (for example, accessing secure websites and using the Company’s Services).
To the extent that mandatory cookies are essential to the operation of the Company’s websites and Services, it is not possible to eliminate them.
2. Performance cookies These cookies collect information about visitors’ use of our website, including the pages they visit most often and any error messages that appear on certain pages. These cookies do not collect information that individually identifies Visitors. All collected information is grouped and made anonymous. They only serve to improve the functioning and performance of the Company’s website.
The Company may occasionally request the services of third-party companies to track and analyze the statistical information of Visitors to the Company’s Web Sites in terms of volume and usage.
To learn how to eliminate performance cookies using your browser settings, click here.
Functionality cookies Functionality cookies allow the Company’s websites to store the information you enter or the choices you make (for example, your user name, language, or geographic location) and to offer enhanced and customized features. These cookies also allow you to optimize your use of the Company’s Services once you are logged in. In addition, they can store changes you make to text size, fonts, and other web page elements that you can customize.
The Company may also use local storage to store your preferences or display content based on what you view on our websites, in order to personalize your experience or to make the performance better.
To learn how to eliminate feature cookies using your browser settings, click here. Eliminating these cookies can affect the features available when you visit the Company’s websites.
The Company uses the web beacons in isolation or in combination with cookies to collect information about how Customers and Visitors use the Company’s websites, as well as e-mails exchanged with the Company. Web beacons are clear electronic images that can recognize certain types of information on your computer, such as cookies, when you visit a particular website linked to the tag, and a description of a website linked to the tag. For example, The Company may place web beacons in marketing emails intended to inform the Company when you click on one of the links that directs you to one of the Company’s websites.
Social Media Functions
The Company’s websites may use social media features, such as Facebook’s “Like” button (“Social Media Features”). These features may collect your IP address and rate the page you are visiting on the Company’s website, as well as set a cookie for the function to work properly. Social Media Features may give you the ability to post information about your activities on the Company’s website to a profile page owned by you and provided by a third-party social media network so that you can share data with others. other users on your network. Social Media Features are hosted by a third party or directly on the Company’s website.
When you visit the Company’s Social Web Sites, the Company retrieves your Internet Protocol (“IP”) addresses to track and consolidate non-personal information. For example, the Company uses IP addresses to identify the regions from which Clients and Visitors access the Company’s websites.