The primary purpose of www.klitron.gr is to protect the privacy of visitors to the site and for this reason it has a strict policy.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are small files with information that a web site stores on a user’s computer (usually in a web browser such as Chrome, Opera, Mozilla, Firefox, Edge, etc.) so that each time the user logs on to the web page, retrieve this information and provide the user with related services. A typical example of such information is the preferences of the user on a web page, as stated by the choices the user makes on that web site (eg selection of specific “buttons”, searches, ads, etc.).
General Classification Information for Cookies
There are two general categories of cookies:
Cookies, either ‘technical’ or ‘profile-based’, can also be classified as:
Our Website uses “technical” cookies and in particular the following types of cookies:
In the case of third-party cookies, users provide or refuse to give their consent directly to the owner of that cookie, to which the Company simply refers: most third-party cookies on the site can be disabled by users on their own browser or by visiting their operators’ websites directly using the links listed in the table below. In any case, please note that disabling cookies may affect your ability to use the site or make the most of all available features and services.
Categories of Cookies
They allow basic functions of the site, such as navigating and accessing secure areas of the site, adding products to the cart and completing purchases. The necessary cookies are necessary for the site to function properly and serve the purpose of visiting the user (eg completing a purchase).
They are used for the proper and smooth operation of the page and allow the site to “remember” the user’s choices to provide improved and customized features according to its needs and interests. This category includes cookies with information such as the shopping cart and information for safe browsing.
They help us understand how visitors use and interact with the various pages, collecting and reporting anonymous information. So we can figure out if users are having a problem and if a page needs improvement. They are also used to create useful reports to improve the performance of our site in general.
These cookies are used to provide content ads that fit the users and their interests. They can be used to send targeted advertising or personalized bids to the user. They also help us measure the performance of ad campaigns.
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