What are cookies?

Cookies are small files with alphanumeric information, which are saved by the browser on your computer or mobile device.

These files are required for the server to recognize each user, to remember the user’s preferences and to provide a safer experience.

Cookies (or similar technologies such as “tags” and “web beacons”) are widely used by almost all websites, for their usefulness, for their security, and for the simplified online experience, they provide to the user.

What cookies are used?

The cookies used in the CCG are anonymous, identifying only a browser on an individual machine, and not a person.

These cookies are used to improve the user experience (language preferences), as well as to provide the analysis of the use of the site, to optimize its content and its operation.

These are session cookies, ie temporary – they are deleted when you log out of the website.

In addition to session cookies, analytical cookies are also used – used anonymously for statistical purposes. These third-party cookies measure application success and website performance. These cookies are permanent, being stored until the user manually deletes them or the expiration date expires. They are used whenever the user makes a new visit to the site, to adjust navigation to their interests.

How can I manage cookies?

If you wish, you can restrict, block or delete cookies by modifying browser settings. However, by changing these settings, the website may not offer the faster and most efficient browsing.

You can select the respective browser you are using for more information:

For more information please visit aboutcookies.org.

Read also the CCG website privacy policy.