2. What is a cookie?
The cookie is a file that saves the web page you visit to your computer and informs you that the “old” user has reconnected the memory of his settings. Cookies record your preferences, enter them into online forms and information about logged in users.
Information can only be saved if the user allows it – Internet pages can not gain access to information that the user did not give them and can not access other files on the user’s computer. Cookies do not contain any personal information that could identify you. The user can change their settings and then choose whether or not to approve or reject cookie requests, whether the saved cookies will be deleted automatically when the internet browser is closed,
3. How to disable cookies?
By turning off cookies, you decide whether to allow them to be stored on your computer. You can control cookies and configure cookies in your web browser. For information on cookie settings, select the Internet browser you are using • Internet Explorer 8 or later • FireFox 3.5 or later • Google Chrome 10 or later • Safari 2 or later • Opera 10.5 or later. By blocking cookies, you can still browse the web pages, but certain features will not be available to you.
4. What are “persistent cookies”?
Permanent or saved cookies are stored on your disk (your computer) and remain there even after you close your web browser. They are used to store information such as your login name and password, you do not have to sign in for each visit to a particular web site.
5. What are “session cookies”?
Temporary cookies, as their name suggests, are temporarily stored on the disk and are deleted after the Internet browser closes. With them, the web site stores temporary information such as items in a shopping cart.
6. What are “local cookies / first party cookies”?
“First party cookies” come from a site that a user views and can be permanent or temporary. Websites use this type of cookie to store information that will be used again when the user visits the site the next time.
7. What are “third party cookies”?
“Third Party Cookies” originate from other partner sites that you visit. Third parties can thus collect user data from different websites and use them for marketing and analytical purposes.
Yes, with the primary purpose of providing our web pages with a better user experience.
9. What kind of cookies does Affabilis Viphouse use and why?
We use temporary cookies – these are temporary cookies that point out (and are automatically deleted) when you close the Internet browser.
In addition, we use persistent cookies – they usually have an expiration date far in the future, meaning they will stay in your browser until it expires or until you manually delete them. We use durable cookies to better understand the habits of our users and accordingly we can personalize the website. This information is anonymous.
10. Is there a “third party cookies” on the web site?
There are several external services that save cookies to a user. These cookies are not set up by this web site, but some serve the unmatched functionality of certain features that make it easier for users to access content. We currently allow:
Users can sign up and sign up through their own social network accounts. Sharing social networks puts the cookie user in the browser.
Measurement of attendance
Affabilis Viphouse does not use the Google Analytics metering service, but if you still want to prevent the provided service from saving cookies, you can block it from the following link:
Google Analytics – https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
All ad positions are delivered through the OpenX advertising system. If you want to prevent OpenX from saving cookies, you can do it here: http://www.openx.com/about/privacy-policy?action=opt -out.
In addition to displaying advertising through our system, we also show ads from Google Adsense and DoubleClick networks.
If you want to disable these services while saving cookies, do this at the following link:
More information about cookie exclusion
There are currently several web sites to exclude cookies for various services. For more information, please see the following links: