Like most other websites, Compilator uses so-called cookies, which are small text files that act as ID cards and which are placed on a computer by a web server. Using cookies, the website can remember important information that enhances your experience.
Using cookies, the website can keep track of important information, thus improving your internet experience as follows:
- To automatically grants you access to new pages you visit within the site, by initially signing into the site.
- To help you keep track of the items you added to your shopping cart.
- To customize our services according to the user preferences you specified.
- To count the number of users and traffic. By understanding how the site is used, we can develop and improve it.
- To collect and analyse behavioural data based on the use of the website and services, in order to enhance the user experience and to enable personalized communication and messages.
There are two types of cookies, and the Compilator website uses both:
- A permanent cookie saves a file on the visitor’s computer. It is used, for example, to customize a site according to the visitor’s wishes, choices and interests, as well as for statistical follow-ups.
- A session cookie is stored temporarily in the memory of the visitor’s computer while visiting a web page. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser.
The Compilator website also uses third-party cookies, to understand how our site is used and how we might improve it, as well as being able to do targeted advertising. If you don’t want to receive cookies, you can change your settings in your browser, and you can also block cookies. Note that if you block cookies, you won’t be able to use all of the features on the Compilator website. The list below shows all the cookies we use, their purpose, the domain they belong to and their lifespan.
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