What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file the Website stores on your computer or mobile device as you visit. Because of it, the Website can ‘recall’ your actions and preferences (e.g. registration name, language, font size and other preferences) for a certain period of time, and you do not have to enter them each time when visiting the Website or browsing its pages.
What types of cookies do we use?
These cookies are necessary to enable the browsing of the Website and using its functions, such as access to secure areas of the Website. Without them, services you want to use, for instance, online buying, would not be possible.
These cookies allow the Website to memorise your preferences, so that it would be more convenient for you to use it in the future. Utenos Trikotažas uses functional cookies to memorise your selections, e.g. language settings, basket settings and other online settings as well as to offer the selected customised or improved functions so that the next time you visit the Website you should not have to enter all this information again. Furthermore, Utenos Trikotažas can also read your browser settings so that the Website would be properly displayed on your screen. If you delete the functional cookies, the preferences or settings selected by you will not be saved for future visits.
Utenos Trikotažas uses these cookies to collect information about the way the visitors use our Website. This statistical data provides us with information about the frequency of visits to our Website, the areas of our Website the visitors spend the most time in, the frequency of their interaction with the webpage or its part: this allows us to develop a more convenient structure, navigation and contents of the Website. Utenos Trikotažas can monitor if you encounter any bugs and identify the parts of the Website requiring improvement.
These cookies are used to display the advertisements that would be interesting to you personally and match your interests. They are used to assess the presentation and efficiency of advertising campaigns and to limit the number of times an advertisement is shown. Advertising cookies used by third parties may be stored on your devices by third party advertisers, advertisement networks, marketing analysts and other service providers.
How to remove the cookies?
Many browsers are set to accept the cookies automatically. If you choose to delete the cookies, please have in mind that all the set preferences will be also deleted. Furthermore, if you block the cookies altogether, many websites (including ours) might not function properly. If you would like more detailed information about the cookies, visit the website www.aboutcookies.org, where you will find comprehensive independent information on turning off the cookies via the website settings and on deleting the cookies already stored on your computer. To remove a cookie from your mobile telephone, you will be have to read the user’s manual of your telephone.
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