what is a cookie?
A cookie is a simple text file that is stored on your computer or mobile device from the server of an Internet site. The server can then retrieve or read its contents. Cookies are managed by the web browser. Each cookie is unique and contains anonymous information with a unique identifier, the name of the site, numbers or letters. It allows a site to remember the user's browsing preferences.
We do not store sensitive personally identifiable information such as your address, password, credit or debit card information, etc., in the cookies we use.
types of cookies
FIRST PARTY COOKIES
First party cookies are set by the website you are visiting and can only be read by the website you are visiting.
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
Third party cookies are cookies created and used by an organization other than the owner of the site you are visiting. For example, a website that wishes to analyze its audience may use the services of a third party company that, in turn, sets its own cookie to perform the service. The site you are visiting may also incorporate embedded content, such as YouTube videos. These sites may set their own cookies.
The main services for which these "third-party cookies" are used are to obtain access statistics and to guarantee the payment transactions carried out. More importantly, a website may use a third-party advertising network to disseminate personalized advertising.
Session cookies are stored temporarily during a browsing session and are deleted from the user's terminal when the browser is closed.
This type of cookie remains registered on the computer for a certain period of time (usually a year or more) and is not deleted when the browser is closed. Persistent cookies are used where you need to know who the user is for more than one browsing session.
what should you do if you do not want cookies installed on your computer?
Some people find having a site store information on their computer or mobile device to be a bit intrusive, particularly when that information is stored and used by third parties without their knowledge. If you prefer, you can block some or all cookies, or even delete those that have already been deposited on your terminal, but you should be aware that you risk losing some functionalities. To do this, you will need to modify the privacy settings of your browser. Some third-party operators have developed tools that allow you to disable the collection and use of data by their modules.
The SANDRA MOSS site and cookies
first party cookies
COOKIES STRICTLY NECESSARY:
These cookies are essential to allow navigation on the website. Without these cookies, the services offered by the website (such as using the shopping cart or accessing your order history) would not be possible.
These cookies are not necessary for the operation of the website but allow the website to remember your choices and/or preferences (such as user name, language or the region where you are located) in order to provide you with advanced, simplified and personalized features.
Technical and customization cookies: identification and authentication cookies, navigation cookies, interface customization cookies, favorites cookies...