Web cookie rules
What are Web Cookies?
Web cookies are small files that websites place on a computer or other communication device (tablets, smartphones…) in order to store information about users and their settings. Cookies can enrich the browsing experience by allowing websites to remember user preferences or by preventing users from having to log in each time they visit specific sites. Saved cookies can be deleted by users at any time, the users can also change thier privacy settings to prevent websites from storing them. Cookies can also be used for user tracking and advertising purposes, which the legislator wants to prevent by amending ZEKom-1.
Setting and storing cookies
Cookies may be determined by the website you are visiting as a user (“your own cookies”), or by a third party website that maintains content on the website you are viewing (“cookies from elsewhere”). Cookies can be stored for different times, only for the duration of the browsing session or for much longer. A temporary or session cookie is a cookie that allows us to link your actions during a browsing session. A browsing session starts when you open a browser window and ends when you close it. Session cookies are temporarily created and deleted when your browser window closes. A permanent or persistent cookie is a cookie that remains on your device. It is activated every time you visit the website that created that particular cookie.
What cookies do I use on my website?
Time for Mindfulness website uses certain urgently needed cookies to remember your application, make it easy to comment, and similar. I do not use this information for any other purpose and do not share it with anyone. Time for Mindfulness website uses Google Analytics implementation cookies solely for the purpose of visit statistics and to improve the user experience or improving the site. In the case of research, I use a generated WordPress search engine that uses an implementation cookie to store the user’s search settings. Facebook.com destination cookies are used to display Facebook page posts.
Users can decide whether to allow cookies for themselves. You can control and change your cookie settings in your web browser. Information on cookie settings (for different web browsers) is available at the links below:
Disabling cookie will disable some of the website’s features. If you change or delete your browser’s cookie file, modify or upgrade your browser or device, you may need to disable cookies again.