What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on the device of the Internet user to visit a web page. The operator of the web site that determines is what information contains the cookie and what is its purpose, and can also be used by the web server whenever you visit such a website. Cookies are used to save time and make more efficient web browsing experience. However, they can be used for several different purposes ranging from remember login information or containing your purchase order.
There are a lot of guides which explain what are cookies, and are used for what. On our part, we will explain you how to affect these cookies to the www.ear-flap.com website, but in case you need more information, take a look at these links:
- Performance cookies
- Functional cookies
Below you will find more information about each of these types of cookies.
1. Performance cookies
It's cookies that collect information on how you use the web site (for example, the pages you visit or if some error occurs) and which also help to www.ear-flap.com to location and website troubleshooting. All the information collected therein is completely anonymous and helps us to understand how our website works, making timely improvements to facilitate navigation.
These cookies allow:
- To internet user to navigate the site
- to www.ear-flap.com collect information about how you use the website, to understand the usability of the site, and help us to implement the necessary improvements. These cookies do not collect any information about you that can be used for advertising or information on your preferences (such as your user data).
2. Functional cookies
These cookies allow:
- Remember your language selection details
These cookies will not collect any information about you that can be used for advertising, or information on your preferences (such as your user details) beyond this visit in particular.
In addition to accepting or rejecting the use of certain cookies through the www.ear-flap.com website, also you can manage them using your browser settings.
Here is a source of information on how to perform this process: http://www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/
We will only read or write cookies about your preferences. Those that have been installed before modifying the configuration will remain in your computer and you can delete them using your browser settings.