1. What is a “cookie”?
Cookies can also be used to help speed up your activities and experiences in using our websites in the future, and we also use them to compile anonymous aggregate statistics that help us understand how users use our sites, and to improve the structure and content of our websites. We cannot personally identify you from this information.
3. What types of cookies do we use?
. Third-party cookies
We also use a group of suppliers who can also set cookies on your computer on our behalf when you visit our website, in order to provide the services available by them. For more information about these cookies and how to opt-out of receiving them, please refer to their privacy policies.
4. What cookies do we use?
|T type of cookie||the description||How to manage a cookie|
|Session Link File||Session cookies are used to maintain application status.||Accept / reject is possible via browser|
|Load balancing files||Load balancing files are used to distribute assets worldwide and lighten the load on the server.||Accept / reject is possible via browser|
|user name||Load balancing files are used to distribute assets worldwide and lighten the load on the server.||Accept / reject is possible via browser|
|protection||Protection files are used for security controls.||Accept / reject is possible via browser|
|Type of cookie||the description||How to manage a cookie|
|For language||Language files are used to save the language selected by the user and display the correct options.||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
|For site||The approximate user address (city, state, country, zip code) is saved according to the IP address to automatically select the appropriate country and present the merchants and exhibition days within the region.||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
|For mobile||In the event that the user browses the site on a mobile device, then the cookie is set to indicate the choice of the main website (meaning that the device is based on Flash), or the mobile site that is not based on Flash.||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
|The reference site||The reference site is recorded in order to better understand user preferences.||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
|Last visit and activity at the site||The date of the last visit and activity on the site and other information is recorded to provide an update to users about “what changes have occurred to the site since your last visit to the site” and to better understand the user’s preferences.||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
|For recently viewed visual (video) files||The date and title of the most recently viewed video is recorded to better understand the user’s preferences.||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
|Flash Cookies||Flash cookies are used to display the content of audio and video files||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
|History of the page||Page history files are used to keep track of the sequence of pages the user visited, and if he receives an error message when visiting the site, then the cookie file information is saved in the log of reported errors and settlement methods.||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
Cookies for tracking social sites
|Type of cookie||the description||How to manage cookies|
|Facebook (Facebook)||Cookies are used to track Facebook members [and non-members] for market research analysis and product development.||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
|Twitter (e-tweet)||Cookies are used to track members (and non-members) for market research analysis and product development||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
|Type of cookie||the description||How to manage cookies / th>|
|Google analytics||Google Analytics files collect aggregate statistical data to improve the site’s presentation and search method. Google also provides aggregate data that includes demographic and interest information to improve our understanding of our website visitors.||https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout|
|Adobe Omniture||Adobe Omniture analytics files collect aggregate statistical data to improve the site’s presentation and search method.||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
|Type of cookie||the description||How to manage cookies|
|To advertise||Provide behavioral / targeted ads||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
|Market analysis||Market analysis||A Accept / reject is possible via the browser|
|Campaign / Promotion||Measuring campaign effectiveness||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
|Fraud detection||Detection of click fraud||Acceptance / rejection can be done via browser|
5. How do I manage cookies?
In addition to the options available to you above, you can refuse, accept or delete cookies from the site at any time by activating or accessing the settings on your internet browser. Information regarding the steps for activating, canceling or deleting cookies, can be obtained on the website available via your internet browser via your help screen.
It should be noted that in the event that cookies are canceled or activated, all website features may not work as required, for example you cannot visit specific pages on our website, or you may not receive information specifically directed to you when you visit our website.
If you use different devices to view and access websites (eg your own computer, smartphone, tablets … etc) then you need to ensure that each browser is configured on each device to suit your preferences regarding cookies.
6. Pixel tags
7. Contact us
Please note that communication via e-mail is often not secure, so please do not add credit card information or any sensitive information in your emails addressed to us.