The purpose of the following information is to inform the user the details of the use and administration of cookies of the website www.nothingbutashes.net
Please read the following information carefully.
In order to follow the requirements of European Union (EU) Regulation 679/2016 known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and of the EU directive dated 26 May 2012 which references Law number 506 of 17 November 2004 concerning the utilization of personal data and the protection of privacy in electronic communication, all site visitors will be asked for their consent prior to cookies being sent to their computers.
Our website uses its own cookies along with third party cookies in order to provide uses a better experience and services that are tailored to their needs and interests.
Cookies play an important role in facilitating access to and providing the many services that internet users are accustomed to, such as:
– Automatically setting the language on a website and accessing previous preferences using the “backward” and “forward” buttons.
– Giving site owners valuable feedback on how their website is being used which enables sites to be made more efficient and user friendly.
– Allowing multi-media applications and applications from other websites to be included on the website in order to create a richer and more user friendly experience for the site user.
– Improving the quality of advertising on the website.
Cookies are text fragments that are downloaded to your computer or mobile device from the websites that you are visiting.
The technology behind cookies automatically archives data and is widespread. It is used to collect information such as: type of browser used to view the website, the source page and the domain name from which the user connected to the website.
The purpose of cookies is to understand how users utilize this webpage and to help us adapt its contents in order to correspond to your needs.
Cookies are installed by via the signal sent from a web server to a web browser, such as Internet Explorer or Google Chrome. Cookies do not contain software, viruses, or spyware and cannot access information on a user’s hard drive.
Cookies do not solicit personal information, and in most cases, do not identify individual users of a website.
There are two major categories of cookies:
1. Session cookies, which are temporarily kept in a browser’s cookies folder until the user leaves the website or closes the browser, such as those used when a user logs into an email server or social media website.
2. Permanent cookies, which are stored on a user’s hard-drive or mobile device and often have a certain pre-established lifespan. Permanent cookies also include those placed on your device by websites other than the one you are visiting which are known as third party cookies. These can be used anonymously to memorize the interests of a user so that relevant advertisements can be provided to the user. Third party cookie providers must also respect pertinent laws and the confidentiality policies of the site owner.