What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that contain data, which are sent from a website to the electronic device of the user and are stored there.
These data may include the type of web browser that each user uses, the type of computer, its operating system, the internet service providers, as well as other technical data.
Cookies do not cause damage to the electronic device (computer, mobile, laptop, tablet) of the user or the file stored in it. Furthermore, they do not have access to any document or file on the electronic device of the person using the Floga website.
Cookies cannot reveal the identity of the user, but may be used to identify their electronic device.
Most web browsers accept cookies by default, but the user may changer the browser settings, so that it may refuse to receive or accept selectively certain cookies.
If cookies are deactivated, certain capabilities available through the website may not be available, while some pages may not be displayed correctly.
Types of cookies
There are 2 types of cookies:
- Session cookies: They are deleted automatically as soon as you leave our Website.
- Persistent cookies: They remain on your device longer or until you delete them yourselves. If you visit our Website again without having deleted them, we automatically recognise that you have visited us before and what you looked for and what settings you opted for, so that it is not necessary to repeat the same steps.
Which cookies we use
Strictly necessary cookies
They are essential for the Website to carry out key functions. These cookies allow you to navigate through the Website and use the capabilities you have requested, such as access to secure parts of the Website. Without these cookies we cannot offer you the services that permit the Website to function.
These cookies collect anonymous information about how you use the Website. They allow us to understand the way in which you interact with the Website, providing us with information about which pages you visit, how much time you spend on the Website, as well as any problems you may have encountered, such as error messages. This information helps us improve the operation of the Website.
These cookies improve your experience through the Website. For example, they remember information such as username, language or geographic location preference. These cookies may be used to offer you the services you request, such as watch a video, comment on a blog or interact with third-party services (e.g. social media). Since they remember your choices, they help the Website offer you improved and personalised options.
How to check or delete cookies
You can check and/or delete cookies as you wish. For further information about cookies, go to www.allaboutcookies.org.
You can delete cookies already on your computer, as well as set up all browsers in a way that does not allow the installation of cookies. However, in this case, you may need to adjust some preferences yourselves every time you visit a website, while some of the services may possibly not work.
Last updated: November 2020