The cookie policy

A cookie is a small file, generally made up of letters and numbers, which is downloaded to a computer’s memory (or other equipment used for online browsing – mobile phone, tablet, etc.) when the user accesses a particular website.

Cookies are created when the browser used by a user displays a specific website. The website transmits information to the browser and it creates a text file. Each time the user accesses that web site again, the browser accesses and transmits this file to the website’s server. In other words, the cookie can be seen as an Internet User ID card that announces the website every time the user returns to that site.

Cookies can provide faster and easier interaction between users and websites. For example, when authenticating a user on a particular website, authentication data is stored in a cookie; the user can then access that site without having to authenticate again.

In other cases, cookies can be used to store information about user activities on a particular web page so that they can easily resume their activities when accessing the site. Cookies tell the server what pages the user should show to the user so that they do not have to remember this or navigate the entire site from the beginning. Thus, cookies can be assimilated to “bookmarks” that tell the user exactly where they stay on a website.

Similarly, cookies can store information about the products ordered by the user on an e-commerce site, thus enabling the concept of a “shopping cart”.

Cookies can also provide websites with the ability to monitor users’ online activities and set up user profiles that can then be used for marketing purposes. For example, cookies can identify products and services agreed by a user, this information subsequently serving to transmit appropriate advertising messages to that user.

If you’d like more information about cookies, visit:

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Cookies used

Accessing the Euroelectric site may involve storing the following types of cookies:

Cookies of various third-party sites such as Facebook, Google+ Twitter, Linkedin;
Cookies of the SiteOrigin Google Maps Plugin;
Cookies of the Contact7 plugin
Cookies of the AddtoAny plug-in
Polylang plug-ins cookies
Cookies of the WP Cerber Security plugin
Cookies for anonymous and statistic traffic analysis on site (we do not currently use it).

Cookies analyze users by allowing them to count and visit frequencies. Cookies used for this purpose are only statistical, are anonymous and can not be used to identify the person who visited the site

Cookies of this kind are used to analyze the site’s performance in terms of playback quality and content quality in order to understand the needs of users who access this site.

Cookies of various third-party sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Linkedin, etc.

Some third-party buttons, such as Facebook, exist on certain pages of the site. Third parties can set their own anonymous cookies to track the success of an action or application. For example, when you use one of the buttons on these social networks to share an article on your site, the third-party site will take over the action you’ve taken, which may result in saving cookies on the action taken.

Cookies of the SiteOrigin Google Maps Plugin;

The site does not collect any geolocation data at all, but Google may do so. To be sure, please read the Google cookie policy.

Cookies of the Contact7 plugin

Collect data according to their cookie policy:

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Cookies of the AddToAny plugin

According to the policy in the link above.

Polylang plugin cookies

According to the policy in the link above.

Cookies of the Wp Cerber Security plugin

According to the policy in the link above

Disable cookie usage

Although cookies are important for getting a more enjoyable online experience, they can be managed or even disabled.

For this, modern browsers give you the ability to manage or disable cookie storage in your browser. Find the necessary settings in the “Options” or “Preferences” of the browser you are using.

Before disabling cookies, you should know that disabling cookies can lead to difficult site access and use. In addition, your refusal to accept cookies does not guarantee that you will not see or receive online advertising anymore.

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