The website https://mirelateo.com and all domains, subdomains, applications related to it are the direct property of MIRELA TEO company registered in UK, under the registration number at the Trade Register “the number”, headquartered in UK.
The website https://mirelateo.com is the property of MIRELA TEO and in the following you will find details on what cookies represent and for what purpose they are used.
Proper protection of personal data is an important goal for https://mirelateo.com. Our desire is to be as clear and transparent as possible regarding the approach of https://mirelateo.com in the matter. For any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We use one type of cookie: per session. Per session cookies are temporary files that remain in the user’s terminal until the end of the session or the closing of the application.
Cookies are used for the following purposes:
For the operation of the site – for the analysis of the behavior of the visitors of the site: This policy is completed with the policy https://mirelateo.com regarding the protection of personal data in general that you can find in the Terms and Conditions of the site, which we encourage you to read, including useful additional information, including the https://mirelateo.com person responsible for the protection of personal data, all purposes of the data processing by https://mirelateo.com, your rights, as well as and their exceptions and limitations, etc.
Session cookies that have a temporary storage duration, limited only to the duration of the session in which the visitor accesses the site until the time of closing the session or the browser.
Permanent cookies that are stored on the user’s computer and are not deleted when the browsing session is closed, allowing the user to resume the closed session the next time they access the site.
price-filter – used to determine the minimum and maximum from the price filter.
cookie-accept – used to know if you have accepted cookies.
visitor-ip – used for reviews, to avoid multiple submissions (only then stored in the database).
shopping-cart – to remember which products you add to the shopping cart.
shopping-cart-logged – to retain products when you are logged in.
shopping-cart-discount-code – to retain the entered discount code.
end-date – to keep track of the data you enter when you want to place an order.
user-data – to retain essential data (when you are logged in eg name, surname, email).
Other third-party cookies:
In order to analyze traffic and site performance, we use analysis tools provided by Google with the active IP anonymization function (Google Analytics and Google WebMaster Tools), tools that store information about accessed pages, duration of site visit, the device and the way of accessing the site, etc.
More information on how Google stores and uses this information can be found here.
Facebook thanks to the Like and Share buttons built into the site. More information about Facebook cookies can be found here.
Instagram thanks to the Share button built into the site. More information about Instagram cookies can be found here.
Purpose: Web analytics
Cookies are NOT viruses, but are small files, usually made up of text and numbers, which are saved when accessing a site in the browser used by your computer, phone, tablet or any other device that accesses the site online. that. Each time you visit the site, the browser sends this file to the website server, allowing you to identify a visitor who has returned to the site.
The cookies used on this site are both our own cookies and third-party cookies and allow us to understand the needs and requirements of users of the site, in order to improve the experience they have in using the site, in obtaining as easily as possible the desired information and the use in the best conditions of the offered services.
Other third-party cookies:
Although cookies are stored in the memory of the computer / device of the internet user, they cannot access / read other information contained in the respective computer / device. Cookies are not viruses, are not compiled in code form and cannot be executed. Thus, they cannot be self-copied, cannot be spread to other networks to generate actions, and cannot be used to spread viruses.
The browsers used to access the Internet have integrated facilities for setting the level of information security, including the possibility of accepting cookies. In order to use the facilities for setting the level of acceptance of cookies, in most cases it is necessary to access the “options” section of the browser and the “Settings” category. Disable of the option to accept cookies may have as implications the impossibility of accessing certain sites, therefore, it is important to accept only the cookies from the sites that you consider reliable. At any time you can delete cookies using the “Privacy” option in the Settings category.
Options for preventing the monitoring of the user’s online activity are implemented today in various forms, one of the most widespread is the “Do Not Track” mechanism used by most internet browsers and search engines. The purpose of the “Do Not Track” mechanism is to give the user the opportunity to express their personal choices regarding the monitoring of online activities and to communicate these options to each server or web application they interact with, thus allowing each service accessed or accessed. and adjust the practices according to the user’s options, or reach a separate agreement with the user, which is convenient to both parties. (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, etc.).