What are Cookies.
Cookies are small files saved and stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone while you visit different pages on the Internet. A cookie typically contains the name of the website where it comes from, “life expectancy” cookies (that is, the time of its existence), and a randomly generated unique number used to identify the browser used by the call from the website.
In connection with the provision of the content of the website ESI – Engineering Support of Investments used the so-called. cookies, ie. the information stored by the server on the device end-user, which servers can read whenever you connect to this terminal device may also use other technologies with functions similar or identical cookies. In this document, the information on cookies also apply to other similar technology used within our websites. Cookies (so-called. “Cookies”) are computer data, in particular text files that are stored in the terminal equipment of a user of the Website ESI – Engineering Support of Investments. Cookies typically contain the name of the website domain from which they originate, their storage time on the terminal device and a unique number.
Cookies are used to:
- to adapt the content of the website pages to user preferences and to optimize the use of websites; in particular, these files allow you to recognize the device’s web site and properly display the web page tailored to their individual need,
- produce statistics that help to understand how users use the service from web pages, which allows improving their structure and content,
- maintain the session’s website (after logging in), so the user does not have on every page of the site to re-enter login and password,
- delivering users more advertising content tailored to their interests.
Within the website ESI – Engineering Support of Investments, we can use the following types of cookies:
- “essential” cookies, enabling the use of the services available within the website, for example. Authentication cookies used for services that require authentication within the service,
- cookies used to ensure safety, eg. used to detect fraud in the field of authentication within the service,
- cookies, allow to collect information about how to use the web pages service,
- “functional” cookies, allowing “remember” user-selected settings and personalize the user interface, eg. In terms of the language or region from which the user font size, appearance, website, etc.,
- “advertisement” cookies, allowing users to deliver more advertising content tailored to their interests.
In many cases, the software used to browse the web (browser).