WHAT ARE COOKIES?
These are small text files that a particular website, when visited by the user, places on your computer or on your mobile device through the browser you have selected.
Placing these cookies will help the website recognize your device for the next time you visit. We use the term cookies in this policy to refer to all files that collect information in this way and the term website to refer to all websites designed and implemented by LEATHER FOR CRAFT.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The used cookies do not collect information that identifies the user in question. They collect only generic information, such as how users arrive and use the websites or, for example, the area of the country through which they access the website. They only retain information related to your browsing preferences.
At any time, the user may, through his or her browser, decide to be notified of the receipt of cookies as well as block their entry into their system.
The refusal on the website may, however, result in the inability to properly access some of the areas or receive personalized information.
WHAT ARE COOKIES FOR?
Cookies are used to help determine the usefulness, the interest and the number of uses of the websites, allowing for faster and more efficient browsing and eliminating the need to repeatedly enter the same information on future visits.
WHAT KIND OF COOKIES DO WE USE?
They may have different functions, namely: Essential Cookies: Some cookies are essential to access specific areas of our websites. They enable site navigation and use of your applications, such as accessing secure areas of the website by entering login data. Without these cookies, their services can not be provided.
Analytic Cookies: Used to analyze how users use the website and monitor its performance to improve its performance if necessary. They provide a better quality experience and quickly identify and correct any problems that arise. For example, we use performance cookies to find out which pages are most popular, which method of linking between pages is most effective, or to determine why some pages are receiving error messages. They are used only for the purposes of statistical analysis, without ever collecting personal information.
Feature Cookies: Allow us to recall user preferences. For example, they avoid typing in the user name each time they access a particular website. They can also be used to provide advanced user services, such as allowing comments on an article or news.
In short, they retain your preferences regarding your use of the website, so you do not need to reconfigure the website each time the user visits you.
Third-party cookies: These serve to measure the success of applications and the effectiveness of third-party advertising. We did not use it!
Advertising Cookies: These serve to target advertising based on the interests of each user, allowing you to limit the number of times the ad is displayed. They help measure the effectiveness of advertising. However, they do not identify the user. We did not use it!
The cookies used can be:
Permanent Cookies: They are stored at the level of the browser in their access devices (computer, mobile phone, tablet, etc.) and are used whenever the user makes a new visit to the website. They are generally used to direct navigation according to the interests of the user, allowing the delivery of a more personalized service.
Session cookies: These are temporary, remain in your browser's cookies until you leave the website. The information obtained allows you to identify problems and provide a better browsing experience.
As explained above, cookies help you get the most out of our websites, so if you disable them, some (or many) parts of our websites may not work properly. That said, the user can always disable some or all of our cookies, as follows:
In Google Chrome:
1. Clicking the Chrome menu (upper right corner of the browser toolbar);
2. Selecting "Settings";
3. Click on "Show advanced settings";
4. Clicking on the "Privacy" section and the "Content Settings" button;
5. Choosing the desired settings.
Note: There are several levels of enabling and disabling cookies in Google Chrome. For more information see the relevant help page.
In Microsoft Internet Explorer:
1. Clicking the "Tools" menu and choosing "Internet Options";
2. Selecting the "Privacy" tab;
3. Moving the bar according to the desired level of privacy (at the top will appear "Block all cookies").
Note: There are several levels of enabling and disabling cookies in Internet Explorer. For more information see the relevant help page.
In Mozilla Firefox:
1. Click on the "Tools" menu;
2. Selecting "Options";
3. Clicking the "Privacy" icon, which is on the top panel;
4. In the section "Cookies" choosing the desired option;
5. Click "OK" to save the changes and close.
Note: There are several levels of enabling and disabling cookies in Mozilla Firefox. For more information see the relevant help page.
1. On the Menu bar, click on "Edit";
2. Selecting "Preferences";
3. In the top panel, selecting the "Privacy" icon;
4. In the "Accept Cookies" section, select the desired option.
Note: There are several levels of enabling and disabling cookies in Safari. For more information see the relevant help page.
In other browsers:
Please look in the "Help" menu or contact your browser vendor.
Our newsletters may, for statistical purposes, contain a single "pixel" that allows us to know if they are open and check clicks through links or advertisements within the respective newsletter. The user always has the possibility to deactivate the sending of the newsletter in the area "newsletter".
For more information about cookies and their use, we suggest you check the following link: http://www.allaboutcookies.org