What are cookies?Cookies are small text files that are downloaded to your computer when you visit a website and usually contain the name of the server from which the cookie was sent, the cookie's expiration time and its value (a randomly generated unique number).
The cookie itself does not contain or collect information. However, if read by a server together with a web browser, the cookie can help the website to provide more user-friendly services, e.g. to remember your username and password for future registration. Cookies are not harmful and are always time limited.
The purpose of cookiesThe purpose of cookies is to improve website functioning and the user experience in website viewing. Cookies make the interaction between you and a website faster and easier. This saves time and makes website viewing more efficient.
Eligma's cookiesSome cookies we use are temporary (also known as session cookies) but some are saved on your device for a certain time period also after you have left our website. We use session cookies to measure the number of our website visitors, which helps us check the efficiency of our content display and enables continuous website improvement. Persistent cookies, however, enable us to save your contact information for subsequent website visits, so that you don't need to sign in any longer or that the website content display adjusts to your device. We also use third-party cookies originating from other sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google, etc.
The data collected through cookies is processed exclusively for statistical purposes and for collecting demographic data and visitor interests (but only in such a way that your identity can not be revealed), for identifying server problems and for webpage editing.
The list of all the cookies is shown in the table below:
Google AnalyticsWe also use the Google Analytics web service by Google Inc. (‘Google’). Google Analytics is a web analysis service providing information on your behaviour on our web page, thus helping us to create a better user experience. Data related to your use of our web page (e.g. your IP address, browser type, language settings, operating system, etc.) collected by the Google Company will be transferred to Google’s server in the United States of America, where this data will be stored and analysed. The relevant data in anonymised form will then be sent to us. Pursuant to the EU-USA privacy shield, the Google Company ensures the adequate levels of data protection regarding Google’s processing of personal data in the USA.