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Cookies are used for monitoring the actions you’ve made on the website. By continuing to navigate online, you accept to use the cookies or you can provide your consent by clicking on the "Accept" button. As well, here you can find information on using, placing and administering the cookies used by the website www.tehnicaliniara.ro, which the company SC Adix Technik SRL administers and owns. Moreover, here we are presenting useful links connected to that topic. If you require more information and it is not supplied below, please contact us at [email protected] are advising you to carefully read the information presented next: This website uses cookies from third parties for providing a better navigation experience to its users, as well as services adjusted to their needs. Such cookies can come from the next third parties: Google Analytics, Google Adsense, Google+, Facebook, etc. You can find the full list of third party cookies below, in the Third party cookies section. As well, you can find on this website links to third party websites. When accessing such links, the users submit themselves to the policies of those particular websites. What is a cookie? A "cookie" (also known as “browser cookie” or “HTTP cookie”) is a small size file, made up of numbers and letters, which is stored on the computer, handheld terminal or other devices of a user, which he or she uses for going online. The cookie is installed due the request sent by a webserver to a browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, etc.) and is fully “passive” (it comprises no software, viruses or spyware and cannot access information in the user’s hard drive). A cookie is made up of 2 parts: name and content or the value of the cookie. Moreover, the life time of a cookie is set; technically, only the webserver that sent the cookie can access it again when the user returns to the website connected to that web server.Cookies do not request personal information for using them and in most circumstances, they do not personally identify the users that access the website. Cookies are classified thus: Session Cookies, which are temporarily stored in the cookie folder of the web browser for it to remember them until the user exits that website or closes the browser window (e.g. at the time of logging in / logging out of a webmail account or social network); Persistent Cookies, which are stored on the computer or device’s hard drive (and in general, depend on the life time set out for cookies). Persistent cookies include those placed by another website than that visited by the user at that time, known as ‘third party cookies’ (cookies placed by third parties). Those cookies can be used anonymously for remembering the interests of a user, thus that he or she would then be delivered advertisement material as relevant as possible for him or her.What are the advantages of cookies? A cookie comprises information connecting a web browser (the user) to a particular web server (the website). If a browser access that web server once more, it can read the information already stored and react as consequence of that. Cookies ensure a pleasant navigation experience to the users and support the efforts of many websites for providing comfortable services to the users, such as online confidentiality preferences, options on the website language, shopping baskets or relevant advertisement. What is the life time of a cookie? Cookies are administered by webservers. The life time of a cookie can vary significantly, depending on the purpose for which it was placed. As indicated above, some cookies are used only for one session (session cookies) and are no longer kept after the user has left the website, and other cookies are remembered and used every time the user returns to that website (‘persistent cookies’). Nevertheless, the cookies can be erased by a user any time, by going to the browser’s settings. 
What are third party cookies? Certain content sections on the website can be provided by means of third parties/suppliers (e.g. a video or an advertisement). Those third parties can also place cookies by means of the website and they are called “third party cookies” because they are not placed by the owner of that website. Third party suppliers must also observe the legal regulations in force and the confidentiality policies of the website owner.How does this website use cookies? A visit to this website can lead to placing cookies for the next purposes: Website performance cookies, Visitor analysis cookies, Registration cookies, Advertisement cookies, and Performance cookies. That type of cookies remembers the user’s preferences on this website, thus that setting them each time he or she visits the website is no longer required. Examples: setting the volume for video player, video streaming speed that the browser supports. Cookies for visitor analysis. Each time a user visits this website, Google Analytics provided by a third party generates a user analysis cookie. That cookie tells us whether you have visited the website in the past. The browser tells us whether you have that cookie; if you don’t, we will generate one. It will thus allow monitoring single visitors coming to the website and how often they do so. As long as you are not registered on this website, that cookie cannot be used for identifying natural persons; cookies are only used for statistical purposes. If you are registered on the website, we can also know the information you have provided, such as your email address and username. Such pieces of information are subject to confidentiality and provisions of the legislation in force on protecting the personal data. Geotargetting cookies. Such cookies are used for a software that sets out your location. It is fully anonymous and employed only for customizing the content of this website. Registration cookies. When you register on this website (if necessary, for example for posting a comment), we generate a cookie indicating whether you have registered before. Our servers use cookies for showing us the account you have used for registration and whether you are allowed to access a particular service. As well, it allows us to connect any piece of information you post on this website to your username. If you have not checked the “Remember password” option, that cookie will delete by default when you close the browser or the computer. Advertisement cookies. Such cookies allow us to find out whether you have seen an online piece of advertisement, its type, and how long it had passed since you have seen the last advertisement. Those cookies are used for targeting the online advertisement. As well, we can use cookies that belong to a third party for better advertisement targeting, aiming at indicating, for example, vacation advertisements and whether the user has recently visited an article on a vacation website. Such cookies are anonymous, they store information on the content seen and not on the visitors. Moreover, we set anonymous cookies by means of other websites, too, which we use for providing advertisement. Thus, by receiving them, we can use them for acknowledging you as a user of this website if you will come here in the future, and we will be able to provide advertisement relying on that piece of information. Advertisement provider cookies. Some of the advertisement you see on this website (if applicable) belongs to third parties. Some of those third parties use their own anonymous cookies for analyzing how many persons have been exposed to an advertisement or for analyzing how many persons have been exposed to the same advertisement on several occasions. Companies generating those cookies have their own confidentiality policies and this website cannot access such cookies for reading or writing them. Those third party cookies can be used for showing you the targeted advertisement on other websites, too, while relying on your navigation history on the website. Other third party cookies. On some webpages, third parties ca set their own anonymous cookies with the aim of tracking the success of an application or for customizing one. Due to its using manner, this website cannot access such cookies, the same as third parties cannot access the cookies this website holds. For example, when you distribute an article by using the social network button on this website, that social network will register your activity. You can find below the detailed list of all cookies this website uses, on its own behalf and on the behalf of some third parties:Third party cookies (cookies belonging to third parties): __utma – Google Analytics - duration: 2 years - role: Remembers anonymous information on the user’s interaction to the website (for example, time and date of the interaction with several marketing materials or webpages that brought the user to the website) __utmb – Google Analytics - duration: 30 minutes - role: Remembers anonymous information on the user’s interaction to the website (for example, time and date of the interaction with several marketing materials or webpages that brought the user to the website)__utmc – Google Analytics - duration: current session - role: Remembers anonymous information on the user’s interaction to the website (for example, time and date of the interaction with several marketing materials or webpages that brought the user to the website) __utmv – Google Analytics - duration: 2 years - role: Comprises anonymous information on the visitors with the aim of segmenting it. __utmz – Google Analytics - duration: 6 months - role: Remembers anonymous information on the user’s interaction to the website (for example, time and date of the interaction with several marketing materials or webpages that brought the user to the website) _ga – Google Analytics - duration: 2 years - role: Remembers anonymous information on the user’s interaction to the website (for example, time and date of the interaction with several marketing materials or webpages that brought the user to the website) _gat – Google Analytics - duration: 10 minutes - role: Remembers anonymous information on the user’s interaction to the website (for example, time and date of the interaction with several marketing materials or webpages that brought the user to the website) APISID, HSID, PREF, SAPISID, SID, SSID – Google.com - duration: 2 years - role: Remembers information on the user’s interaction to Google services, such as Google Maps, Google Calendar, Google+ etc. NID – Google.com - duration: 6 months - role: Remembers information on the user’s interaction to Google services, such as Google Maps, Google Calendar, Google+ etc. fr - Plugin Facebook.com - duration: 3 months - role: It is used for operating the Like&Share Facebook.com plug-in.What type of information is stored and accessed by using the cookies? Cookies keep information in a small-size text file that allow a website to recognize a browser. The webserver will recognize the browser until the time when the cookie expires or is deleted. A cookie stores important information that enhance the Internet navigation experience (for example, setting the language to be used for accessing a website, keeping a user logged in to his or her webmail account, online banking security, keeping items in a shopping basket). Why are cookies important for the Internet? Cookies are the nucleus of the effective operation of Internet; they foster a friendly navigation experience, which is adjusted to the preferences and interests of each user. Denying or deactivating cookies can render some websites unusable. Rejecting or deactivating the cookies does not mean you will no longer see online advertisements, but only that they will not rely on your preferences and interests shown by your navigation behavior. Examples of important cookie usages (which do not require that a user authenticates him or herself by the use of an account): Content and services adjusted to the user’s preferences: news categories, weather, sport, maps, public and governmental services, entertainment websites and travel services. Offers adjusted to the interests of the users – remembering the passwords, language preferences (for example, search results only in Romanian). Remembering the child protection filters in connection to the Internet content. Limiting the advertisement frequency – limiting the number of times an advertisement is posted, for a particular user on a particular website. Providing more relevant advertisement for the user. Measuring, optimizing and analytics traits, such as confirming a certain traffic level of an website, what type of content is seen and the manner in which a user reaches an website (for example, by search engines, directly, by other websites, etc.). Websites unfold such analyses of the users for enhancing the websites to the benefit of their users. Security and confidentiality matters. Cookies are NOT malware! They use plain text. They are not made of code pieces, and thus they cannot be executed or start by default. As consequence, they cannot duplicate or replicate on other networks for running or replicating again. Because they cannot fulfill those functions, they cannot be deemed viruses. Cookies can still be used for negative purposes. Given that they store information on the preferences and navigation history of the users, on a particular website and on several websites, cookies can be used as a spyware form. Many anti-spyware products are aware of that and they constantly mark cookies for deletion during the virus/spyware erasing/scanning procedures. In general, browsers have confidentiality settings integrated, which provide various levels of cookie accepting, their validity term and their automated deletion after the user has visited a certain website. Other cookie related security matters. Given that the identity protection is extremely important and it is the right of each Internet user, we advise you to be aware of the possible problems that cookies can create. Because information is constantly exchanged by them, between the browser and the website, if an attacker or an unauthorized persons intervenes in the data sending process, the information carried by cookies can be intercepted. Although very rare, it can happen if the browser connects to the server by the use of an encrypted network (e.g. an unsecure WiFi network). Other attacks relying on cookies involve wrongly setting the cookies on servers. If a website does not require the browser to use encrypted channels only, the attackers can use that vulnerability for tricking the browsers into sending them information by means of unsecured channels. Then, the attackers use information for the unauthorized access of certain websites. It is particularly important to pay attention when choosing the most adequate method of personal data protection. Advice for safe responsible navigation relying on cookies. Due to their flexibility and the fact that the great majority of the most visited and biggest websites use cookies, they are almost unavoidable. Deactivating cookies will not allow the user to access the most known and used websites, such as Youtube, Gmail, Yahoo, and so on.Here are some advice for ensuring a carefree navigation by the help of cookies: Customize the browser settings in connection to the cookies for showing a comfortable level of the cookie use security. If you do not mind cookies and you are the only person using that computer, you can set long expiration periods for storing the navigation history and the access personal data. If you are using a shared computer, you can consider setting the browser for deleting the individual navigation data each time you close the browser. That is an alternative for accessing the websites that place cookies and to delete any visitation information when the navigation session ends. Install and constantly update the anti-spyware applications. Many of the applications for detecting and preventing spyware include detecting the attacks on websites. Thus, they hinder the browser from accessing the websites that might exploit the browser’s vulnerabilities or download malware. Make sure that your browser is permanently updated. Many of the attacks relying on cookies take place by exploiting the weak points of the old versions of browsers. Cookies are everywhere and they cannot be avoided if you want to enjoy access to the online websites, be they local or international. By having a clear understanding of their manner of operation and their benefits, you can implement the necessary security approaches that will allow a trustworthy navigation on the Internet. How can you stop the cookies? Deactivating and refusing to receive cookies can render some websites inaccessible or difficult to visit and use. As well, refusal to accept cookies does not mean that you will not receive/see online advertisement. In theory, any browser allows you to set those cookies as to forbid their accepting or one can set the browser to accept only cookies from a particular website. All modern browsers provide the possibility to change the cookie settings. Usually, those settings are fond in “Options” or in the “Preferences” menu of one’s browser. Useful links. For settings concerning third party generated cookies and for more information on the confidentiality connected to online advertisement, IAB Romania makes available the next website: http://www.youronlinechoices.com/ro/. If you want to know more on the cookies and using them, you can access the official website of the European Union on the cookies by going to http://ec.europa.eu/cookies/index_en.htm.