Cookies speed up and facilitate the information exchange between you and the website.
Cookies perform various functions: they remember your preferences, allow you to navigate sites better, improve the overall website user experience and allow the website to identify the type of information you’re looking for.
Cookies may be set:
- by the Itella website (first-party cookies); or
- the other websites you view (third-party cookies).
What is a browser cookie?
A cookie is a simple text file saved by the website server on your computer or mobile device. Only this server can restore or read the content of this cookie.
Each cookie is unique for your browser and contains certain anonymous data, such as a unique identifier and some numbers and figures. This enables the website to remember information like your preferences and the websites you visited.
Blocking or deleting cookies
Itella website users can block some or all of the cookies, or delete the cookies that have already been set. Please keep in mind that if you block or delete cookies, you may lose some of the functions of our website.
How can browser cookies be removed?
If you have accepted the browser cookies of the Itella website, you can always remove them with the settings of your browser.
All further questions.
You will find the personal data protection policy here.
If you have further questions about the use of browser cookies on the itella.ee website, please don’t hesitate to contact us by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
Types of cookies
If you don’t want to receive cookies, you can change your browser settings in such a manner that it will inform you when cookies are sent to the browser. You can also completely disable cookies. You also delete the cookies that have already been saved.
If you would like to restrict or block the browser cookies set in your browser, you can do it via your browser settings. Use the help function of your browser to find out how you can do this. You may also want to check out the website www.aboutcookies.org, which gives you detailed information on how this can be done in different browsers used on desktop computers.
First-party cookies are set by the website you’re visiting and can only be read by this website.
Third-party cookies are set by another organisation, not the owner of the website you’re visiting. For example, itella.ee uses Google Analytics, which sets its own cookie for the provision of its service. The website you visit may also include content from YouTube or Flickr and these sites may set their own cookies.
If you use the share button on a website, the service via which you decided to share content may set a cookie. Itella does not regulate these cookies. If you would like further information on these cookies, you must check the website of the respective third party.
Session cookies are only saved temporarily for the duration of the browsing session and deleted from the user’s device when the browser is closed.
Cookies of this type are saved on your computer for a certain period of time (usually for a year or longer) and they are not deleted when the browser is closed. Permanent cookies are used if it’s necessary to know who you are during more than one browsing session.
websites use Adoble Flash Player in order to offer video and game content to
users. Adobe uses its own cookies that cannot be managed via your browser
settings, but Flash Player uses them for similar purposes, such as saving your
preferences or tracking users.
Flash cookies function differently from browser cookies. Instead of using separate cookies for specific tasks, the website is restricted to save all data in a single cookie. You can regulate the amount of the data that can be saved in this cookie, but you cannot choose what type of data may be saved. Some browser producers develop solutions that allow you to regulate these cookies via the browser, but if you would like to restrict or block Flash cookies now, you must do it on the Adobe website.
Please keep in mind that restricting the use of Flash cookies may affect the functions you use, such as the utility bar of all article pages.