What is a cookie?
A cookie is a piece of information stored onto your computer by the website you are visiting. Cookies usually save your settings and website preferences, such as your preferred language or address. When you open the same website later, the Internet browser returns the cookies which belong to the website. This allows the website to show you the information adapted to your preferences.
Cookies can be used to store a wide array of information, including personal information (such as your name or email address). However, this information can only be saved if you allow it – the website cannot access information that you have not given consent for and it cannot access other files on your computer. The default activities of storing and sending cookies are not visible to you. However, you can change your browser settings to be able to choose whether to accept or decline the requests to store cookies, automatically erase stored cookies when closing the browser etc.
How to disable cookies?
By turning off cookies, you can decide whether you want to allow cookies to be stored on your computer. The cookie settings can be controlled and configured in your browser. For more information about cookie settings, select the browser you are using. • Chrome • Firefox • Internet Explorer 9 • Internet Explorer 7 and 8 • Opera • Safari Note: If you disable cookies, you will not be able to use some of the functions of the website.
What are temporary cookies?
Temporary or session cookies are removed from your computer once you close your browser. Websites use them to store temporary information, such as items in the shopping cart.
What are persistent cookies?
Persistent or stored cookies stay on your computer after you close your internet browser program. Websites use them to store information, such as your login name and password, so you don’t have to log in each time you visit a specific site. Persistent cookies will remain on your computer for days, months, even years.
What are first-party cookies?
First-party cookies are cookies from the website you are browsing and can be either persistent or temporary. Websites use these cookies to store information that they will reuse next time you visit the website.
What are third-party cookies?
Third-party cookies come from ads from other websites (such as pop-ups or other ads) which appear on the website you are browsing. Websites can use these cookies to track your Internet use for marketing purposes.
Yes, with the main goal of our websites providing a better user experience for you.
What kind of cookies does ciak.hr website use and why?
Temporary cookies (session cookies) – these are temporary cookies which expire (and are automatically deleted) once you close your internet browser. We use session cookies to provide access to content and enable comments (things you have to do when logging onto the website with your information).
Persistent cookies – their expiration date is typically very long and they will remain in your browser until they expire or you delete them manually. We use persistent cookies for functionalities such as the “Stay Logged in” tickbox, which facilitates access to registered users. We also use persistent cookies to better understand the habits of our users, so that we could improve our website according to your habits. This piece of information is anonymous – we do not have access to individual user data.
Does ciak.hr website have third-party cookies?
There are several external services which store limited cookies on your computer. These cookies are not defined by the website, but some are used to for normal functioning of certain features which allow for easier access to the content. We currently enable:
Users can login and register using their personal social network accounts, such as Facebook
Sharing articles on social networks will also install cookies the user’s computer.
ciak.hr website uses Google Analytics to measure visits.
If you want to disable these services to store cookies on your computer, you can opt out of the service using the following links:
Google Analytics – https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Additional information about opting out of cookies
There are currently several websites dedicated to opting out of cookie storage for different services.
You can find more details on the following links: