THEOSFURS Cookies Policy
This Cookies Policy is an integral part of the Data Protection Policy and therefore of the General Terms of THEOSFURSand forms an integral part thereof.
1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are installed on your computer or on your electronic device through the browser you use when you visit THEOSFURS. Cookies help us to collect the information necessary to measure the effectiveness of the Website, improve and upgrade its content, adapt it to demand and users’ needs, and to measure the effectiveness of THEOSFURS’s presentation and display in third-party websites. No Cookie file used on the Website collects information that identifies you personally or of any document or file in your computer. To collect and process your personal information, please visit our Data Protection Policy
The data collected by cookies may include the type of browser you are using, the type of computer, its operating system, online service providers and other similar information. In addition, the Website computer system automatically collects information about the locations you visit and about the links to third-party websites that you may visit through our Website.
More information on Cookies, and how to manage and delete them, can be found at www.aboutcookies.org
The following categories of cookies are used by THEOSFURS:
Transient and persistent
“Transient” Cookies are stored on your computer or on your electronic device during your visit to the Site and deleted when you leave it. Persistent cookies remain on your computer or on your electronic device for a longer period of time until they are deleted by you. An example of Cookies that are necessary for us to provide our Services to you (Cookies that are use to remember the products stored in your cart and which are kept for about 7 days), or Cookies that record your behaviors within the Site, such as your choices, demographics, products you view, and other details used to create an anonymous profile.
Third Party Cookies
Third parties like Google Analytics may install the cookies we use. In the event that you enter the third-party websites or connect to social networking sites (twitter, facebook, youtube) through the Website, you must be aware that these third-party websites or agencies may install Cookies when you click on the relevant link. These cookies are beyond our control and are governed by the cookies policy of each third party who installs them. You should read their respective site policies to see exactly how you should handle them.
“Essential” Cookies are stored on your computer or your device during your visit to the Website and used for the smooth operation of the site. Their acceptance ensures the user’s optimal onlne experience while browsing and therefore it is recommended that you accept them.
Performance Cookies refer to third-party cookies (Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager) and their purposes is the statistical analysis of user navigation data, the optimisation of their visit experience and the better evaluation of the promotions we perform. These cookies are beyond our control and are governed by the cookies policy of each third party who installs them. You should read their respective site policies to see exactly how you should handle them.
Marketing Cookies are third-party cookies (Google, Facebook) and aim to optimise our promotions based on user preferences and choices and optimise their online visit and experience. Based on the above, while our site does not host advertisements, our visitors may be able to display relevant promotional material on third-party platforms.