Cookie Policy

COOKIE POLICY

The www.wyser.bg (hereafter called the “Site”) uses cookies. Cookies are strings of text created by a server and stored on the hard disc of the computer or on any device employed by the user to access Internet (smartphone, tablet, etc.) which are then retransmitted upon subsequent accesses to Internet of the user.

The cookies allow information to be gathered about the navigation conducted by the user on the Site, for example to record the language preferences or the currency chosen by the user for a purchase, and to offer them on the subsequent visit to make the Site easier to use.

The cookies can be stored permanently on the computer of the user and can have a variable duration (so-called persistent cookies), but can also vanish upon closing the browser or have a limited duration (so-called session cookies).

The cookies can be installed from the Site being visited (so-called 1st-party cookies) or can be installed from other web sites (so-called 3rd-party cookies).

The Site uses 1st-party cookies, 3rd-party cookies and other similar technologies, as described in more detail below.

 

Navigation cookies

The Site uses cookies that guarantee efficient navigation and use of the Site, as well as function cookies that enable the users to exploit personalization offered by the Site, such as automatically entering the password to access the reserved areas of the Site and recognising the navigation language or other preferences chosen during the previous visits.

 

Analytics cookies

The Site uses Google Analytics cookies to gather information, in an aggregated form, on the number of users that visit the Site and on the way of using it, in order to produce general statistics on the service and on site use, without the possibility of tracing the identity of the individual user. Google Analytics settings allow the data to be shared with Google in order to use the following services: i) Benchmarking, namely taking part in the collection of anonymous data that makes the state of the data easier to understand; ii) Technical assistance, to enable Google to provide assistance and iii) Account experts, in order to allow Google marketing experts to provide suggestions for improving configuration and analysis.

For more details and information visit the page of the provider here.

Through predefined setting, the analytics cookies use the entire IP address of the users of the web site to provide geographical data of a general nature in the processes.

Google Analytics cookies can be disabled by downloading a specific plug-in of the browser that can be accessed here.

 

Social cookies

The Site uses 3rd-party cookies that allow the users to interact with social networks (Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, etc.) and in particular to share the contents of the site by means of the above-mentioned social networks.

 

Profiling cookies

The Site does not use profiling cookies with which it is possible to note the preferences declared during each visit and to create profiles that enable messages to be sent targeted at the preferences and interests of the user.

 

The right to object to or refuse cookies

Typically, cookies are classified as «temporary» or «permanent».
The «temporary» cookies do not stay on the computer after leaving the Site or after closing the browser.

The Site uses «temporary» cookies. The aggregate information collected enables the traffic models of the Site to be analysed. In this way it is possible to improve the Site by modifying it or by personalising its contents and thereby making it easier to use.

The Site also uses «permanent» cookies that, by virtue of their nature, remain however on the computers of the visitors to be retransmitted to the Site upon the next visit of the users themselves. These cookies enable the Site to be navigated and its functions to be personalised, keeping a record of the services requested and the pages visited on previous sessions.

The «permanent» cookies are stored on the device of the user, connected to the IP address of the device, for a maximum period of 30 days. The user can remove the «permanent» cookies manually.

Most of the browsers automatically accept cookies in a predefined manner. However if the preferences of the browser are set in an appropriate way, it is possible to refuse them or accept them selectively.

The procedures offered by the main browsers to object to cookies being recorded on the user’s hard disc, by configuring the navigation browser in such a way as to disable the cookies, are shown below:

After this operation, however, some functions of the web pages might not be performed correctly.

For information on the use of cookies by FacebookYou TubeTwitter and LinkedIn, please consult  FacebookGoogleTwitter and LinkedIn sites.

To keep track of the collection of data for the purposes of the analysis conducted by Google Analytics cookies, users are invited to visit the page of Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on or, if they want to, they can disable these cookies by downloading the specific plug-in of the browser that can be found therein.

The data collected by using cookies is processed by Wyser EOOD.

This data may also be used by companies in our confidence that carry out tasks of a technical and administrative nature. These companies collaborate with us directly and take the role of processor.

The information collected by using Google cookies will not be transferred outside the European Union. The data collected by using the cookies will not be distributed.