1. What are cookies?
- Cookies are text files that a website can store on your computer, tablet or phone when you visit a page or web site
- Cookies are generated on their own and do not contain malware, the user's physical drive information is also unavailable to them
- Cookies have different features
2. What are we using cookies for?
- "Cookies" may contain any information selected by the server and are used to support the status of HTTP transactions that are otherwise "without state". They are typically used to authenticate a registered user's identity on a website as part of the login or initial sign-up process. The user does not need to enter a new username and password any time the site is accessed.
- Cookies are also used to maintain a "shopping cart" for selected items to buy from a site during one session, to personalize the site (display different pages for different users).
3. Do the "cookies" contain personal data?
- Cookies do not require personal information to be used. Most often they do not identify the Internet user's personality.
- Personal data collected when using cookies can only be used to facilitate the user. These data are encrypted in a way that prevents unauthorized persons from accessing them.
4. How to delete "cookies"?
- By default, apps used to access web pages allow cookies to be saved.
- This setting may be changed so that automatic cookie control is blocked by the web browser, or the user can receive information whenever cookies want to be stored on the computer. Settings and how to manage cookies can be found in an application or web browser the user is using.
This site uses different types of cookies.
1. WLID: Allows us to find the customer's wish list, retained for 6 months
2. PCC: Allows us to find a permanent or abandoned customer cart, retained for 6 months
3. PPLastShow: Limits popup rate, saves 2 months, no personal data
4. MIPHPF_SESSION <number>: Saves the client session ID, saves only for the current browser session
7. Facebook Pixel - serves to track the performance of Facebook ads and to collect statistics that are anonymous and do not include user identity.
Google Analytics is an easy-to-use tool that helps site owners analyze user engagement with site content. When a user views web pages, Google Analytics provides tag owners (libraries) to the site owners of Java Script to record information about a page viewed by the user, such as the page URL. Java Script libraries use HTTP cookies to "remember" what a user did on a site's pages.
Important: Google Analytics does not store any personal information about site visitors.
analytics.js uses the following cookies:
_ga with a validity of 2 years - to identify unique users;
_gat with a validity of 10 minutes - for measuring requests to the site.
determining which domain to "measure"
measuring site requests
storing the number and time of previous visits;
storing traffic source information;
determining the start and end of a session;
__utma with 2 years validity - used for unique users and sessions. The cookie is updated (including its expiration date) every time information is sent to Google Analytics;
__utmt with a validity period of 10 minutes - used to measure site requests;
__utmb with 30 minutes validity - used to define new sessions / visits. The cookie is updated (including its expiration date) every time information is sent to Google Analytics;
__utmz Valid for 6 Months - Retains information about how a user has reached the site. The cookie is updated (including its expiration date) every time information is sent to Google Analytics;
Managing settings for the most commonly used web browsers can be found at the following links:
- Google Chrome
- Mozilla Firefox
- Internet Explorer