Like many other sites Blog cook also uses “cookies”. ”
1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small files that help users improve their research and / or navigation within the site. While browsing, the browser you are using (Internet Explorer, google chrome, safari, etc.) stores small text files, called – cookies. They can contain information about you, such as your preferences, tastes and interests.
There are mainly two types of cookies:
• Transients (or session), which maintain the information as long as you are surfing the web and are deleted once you exit the browser or shut down the computer;
• Persistent, which store and maintain information about your computer until you delete the cookie and enable automatic recovery of previously entered information. Using the site Blog cook can generate different types of cookies:
• Analysis anonymous cookies
• Site Performance cookies
• Recording cookies
• Third party cookies
In general, Blog cook uses data collected via cookies in order to offer the user the best possible experience on its website (“Cookies for the performance of the site”). A cookie generated by the navigation of non-registered users on the site can only be used for statistical purposes (“Analysis anonymous cookies”). In fact, it does not allow this type of browsing and the identification of individuals in particular. In the case of navigation by registered users, Blog cook will also be privy to the data collected during registration – such as the user’s name and ‘e-mail address, which will allow Blog cook to generate cookies associated with the account in which the user logs on (“Registration Cookies”). It will also be possible that on some pages on the site third parties may set their own anonymous cookies (“Third Party Cookies”), for the purpose of their own application’s operation, or to customize it (modulating of tastes and preferences).Blog cook will not have access to these cookies.Blog cook allows the sharing of content on main social networks such as facebook, twitter, pinterest. Through the user’s clicks on the dedicated social-media icon, the social-network will record this action from the user.
3. Can I disable cookies?
Certainly! The user may at any time disable and /or block cookies stored on your web browser or from blog by activating the option on the procedure for removing cookies on your browser or on the device in use. Once activated and / or blocked the sending of cookies, some services offered by Blog cook might not be accessible to the user. The inactivation and / or block of cookies may not allow access to certain areas of the site.
For additional information on how to manage and disable cookies, depending on the type of browser used, click on the following links:
• Microsoft ® Internet Explorer ® http://support.microsoft.com/kb/196955
• Mozilla ® Firefox ® https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences
• Google ® Chrome ™ http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?answer=95647
• Apple ® Safari ® http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1677