Cookie policy

Cookie policy
This policy is applied to the cookies and websites supported by Transpress ltd.

What are cookies?
The HTTP cookie, commonly referred to simply as a cookie, is a packet of information in the form of a very small file sent by a web server to your Internet browser and then returned by the browser every time he has access to the same server. Cookies are invented by Lou Montulli, former employee of Netscape Communications. Almost every bigger and more feature-rich site on the Internet uses cookies.

What do cookies identify?
If more than one browser is used on a computer, each one has separate storage space for cookies. Cookies do not identify a person, but a combination of a computer and a web browser. Therefore, a person using multiple browsers and / or computers has a separate set of cookies for each computer-browser combination. On the other hand, cookies do not distinguish between multiple users sharing the same computer and browser unless they use different user accounts.

What are cookies used for?
Cookies are used to adapt the content of a website to the individual preferences of a user and optimize the interaction with the website in question. They are also used for anonymous statistics which helps us find out how users are interacting with our website, which in turn helps us improve our websites' structure and content. Cookies have no access to personal information. 

Examples of functions of cookies:
- Recognition of the identity of a registered user in a website or initial registration of a user to a website. The cookies remember the credentials of such a user and do not request user name and password on the next log in.
- Keeping track of the "shopping basket" of selected items for purchase in a website during a single session, in a personalized website (the website may have different appearance to different users).

Can cookies contain personal information?
Personal information gathered by cookies can only be used in transactions serving the user. This information is encrypted in a way that makes it inaccessible to unauthorized users. 

Deleting Cookies
By default browsers used in navigating websites allow storage of cookies. This option can be changed in a way which allows the user to be informed when cookies are stored or entirely block storing cookies. Detailed information for the usage of cookies can be found in the Options menu of the web browser. 

Limitations of Cookies
Putting limits on the function of cookies can be done from the options menu of the browser but this in turn may affect the functionality of the browser.

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