Cookies and similar technologies usage policy
This policy applies to cookies and other similar technologies used, as applicable, on websites and applications operated by WebSeo, Reg.No.: 206178136, VAT Number: BG206178136
9010 Bulgaria , city of. Varna, ul. Zyumbul #10, floor. 8, office 22 (hereinafter referred to as WebSeo).
Cookies are used for the following purposes:
- for the functioning of the site,
- to analyze the behavior of site visitors,
- for publicity.
Adequate protection of personal data is an important task for WebSeo. Our desire is to be as clear and transparent as possible when dealing with a problem and working with WebSeo. Contact us with any questions at data.protection@WebSeo.best .
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files consisting of letters and numbers, which will be stored on your computer, mobile phone or other terminal equipment of the user, through which he accesses the Internet. A cookie is set by a request sent by the user’s terminal to the WebSeo server or to a third-party server.
What are cookies used for?
These files generally allow the user’s terminal to be recognized and provide content in a way that best suits the user’s needs and preferences. Cookies ensure that users have the most positive experience on the site and support WebSeo’s efforts to provide services that are best for users, such as online privacy settings. They are also used to create anonymous, aggregated statistics that help us understand how users use our website, allowing us to improve the structure and content without identifying each individual user.
What cookies do we use?
We use two types of cookies: session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary cookies that remain on the terminal until the end of the user’s session or the application is closed. Persistent cookies remain on the user’s terminal for a period of time defined by the cookie settings, or until you manually delete them.
How are cookies used on this site?
Visiting this site may leave the following types of cookies:
Cookies are strictly necessary for the operation of the site.
Cookies for advertising.
Cookies and/or other strictly necessary similar technologies are necessary for the proper functioning of the website, they are installed on your device when you access the website or as a result of actions performed on the website, as the case may be. You can set your browser to block cookies, but if you do so, some parts of the website will not function properly.
Do cookies or similar technologies contain personal data?
What other similar technologies are out there?
There are other technologies that can be used for the same purposes as cookies.
If you choose to block cookies, some website features will be suspended and this may cause crashes or errors when using our website.
If you agree with these restrictions and would like to block cookies, follow the instructions below:
Most browsers are set to accept cookies by default, but you can change your preferences to block some or all cookies.
Select your browser from the list below to display instructions to follow after opening your browser.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 (Windows 7 operating system)
click the settings icon (top right)
click Internet Options
Click Privacy, and then select options
Click Apply and then OK to save the settings
Click the key icon and select from the list
Click the Advanced tab. Click the content options on the Privacy tab.
Select the desired settings.
Press X to close.
Choose a preference.
Click the privacy panel.
Select the desired settings.
Click X to close.
Select Tools from the main panel, then Options.
Click the Privacy tab.
Select the desired settings.
Click “OK” to close.
The above links do not belong to any WebSeo website, and WebSeo is not responsible for their content.
Managing cookie settings
Why are cookies and/or similar technologies important for the Internet?
Cookies and/or other similar technologies play a key role in the effective functioning of the Internet by helping to create a friendly, purposeful feel and stay, tailored to each user’s interests and preferences. Refusing or disabling cookies can make some sites or parts of sites inaccessible.
Disabling cookies does not mean that you will no longer receive online advertising as required by law, only that it will no longer be able to take into account your preferences and interests as seen by your browsing behaviour.
Examples of important cookies (which do not require user permission through the account):
Content and services tailored to consumer preferences – product and service categories.
Proposals tailored to the interests of users.
Display relevant ads.
Measuring, optimizing and adapting analysis characteristics, such as confirming a certain level of traffic on a website, what type of content is being viewed and how a user enters a website (e.g.: through search engines, directly, from other websites, etc.). Websites process these analyses in relation to their use in order to improve services for the benefit of users.
Protection and privacy issues
Generally, browsers have built-in privacy settings that provide different levels of cookie acceptance, expiration dates, and automatic deletion after a user visits a particular site.
Other security aspects related to cookies:
Configure your browser’s cookie settings to achieve a comfortable level of security when using cookies.
If you are the only person using a particular computer, you can specify whether you want your browsing history and personal access data to be retained for a longer period of time.
Useful links and additional information
If you would like to learn more about cookies and what they are used for, we recommend the following links: