Cookie Policy

The EU Cookies Directive

The safeguarding of your privacy while accessing our website represents a crucial aspect for us. This is why we will put at your disposal a detailed presentation regarding the personal and non-personal data collection operations.

The right of usage of such personal data and anonymized data fall with the SC Protectie Industriala Textila SRL company, within the limits foreseen by the law and the exceptions imposed by the data subjects’ rights as described in what follows.

The present webpage implements a usage analysis software. By evaluating these data, useful information can be gained regarding the needs of the users. This information helps improve the experience of the website user. More exactly, for each access the following data sets are saved without limitations:

The anonymized form of the computer’s IP address that sends the request

Access date and time, respectively of the access request

The name of the accessed page or of the file

Reference to the webpage from which the present page is consulted

The used browser, here including the version of that particular browser

The operation system used by the user

1.What is a Cookie?

A Cookie is a small text file which saves the Internet settings. Almost each and every webpage uses this type of technology, which is downloaded by your Internet browser at its first access of a webpage. For each subsequent access of this webpage via the same device, the Cookies and the saved information are sent back to the webpage that created them (First Party Cookie) or to another webpage to which it corresponds (Third Party Cookie). As such, the webpage recognises that you have previously accessed this page using the same browser, and the content displayed may vary.

Some Cookie files are much more useful because they can improve the experience of the user when re-accessing that respective webpage. The Cookie files remember, for example, your preferences, communicate the way in which you use a webpage and adapts the displayed offers according to your personal interests and needs, under the condition that you use the same terminal and browser as before. Most of the Cookies we use will automatically be erased/ deleted from your hard disk after you have finished browsing (Session Cookies). Furthermore, we also use cookies that remain on your hard disk after you are finished browsing. This is mainly because we want to improve your experience as a user in case of a new access of the webpage, by subsequently adapting the content of the page to your personal needs and as such optimising the loading time.

2. The Cookie Settings for this Webpage

2.1. Cookies That Do Not Require Your Consent

The Cookie files that are of upmost necessity, also called “strictly necessary”, assure those functions which make possible the correct usage of the page. These Cookie files are exclusively used by us and represent those First Party Cookies and are saved only for the current browsing session within your computer. The Cookie files which are necessary. Furthermore, such Cookie files assure, for example, the page functionality and compliance with the security specifications regarding the data transfer when changing the page from http to https. In order to use the strictly necessary Cookie files your consent will not be requested.

The Cookie files that are not strictly necessary cannot be deactivated with the help of this page. These, can however, be deactivated anytime with the help of the used browser. Please consult the following instructions.

2.2. Third-Party Cookies that Require Your Consent

On this webpage, certain content was integrated which belongs to third parties. These third parties can theoretically place cookies, while you visit the web page and can gain such information concerning your access of one of our webpages. Please access the webpages of third party suppliers in order to find out more about their Cookie policies.

3.The Third-Party Cookies

The name of the Cookie file: Google Inc. (Adwords Codes / Google Conversion Codes / Google Remarketing Codes)

Attribute/ Task: for the Google advertising campaigns, the so-called re-marketing and conversion codes are set to directly measure the behaviour of the clients and to correlate it with the on-going publicity campaigns and to evaluate their success.

The save/ archive time: maximum 180 days (all data are made anonymous respectively anonymized)

The name of the cookie file: Facebook, Inc (Facebook Pixel)

Attribute/ Task: for the Facebook advertising campaigns the so-called re-marketing and conversion codes are set to directly measure the behaviour of the clients and to correlate it to the on-going publicity campaigns and to evaluate their success.

The save/ archive time: maximum 180 days (all data are made anonymous respectively anonymized)

4. The Settings of Your Cookie Files

You can set your browser so as the Cookie files to be created only under your consent or to be generally refused. Please, take into account that without the cookie files, certain sections of the webpage cannot be used or can be used only under limited access.

You have the possibility to control the way in which the ‘’Cookies’’ are used and to stop the process, in case you configure your browser as follows:

Internet Explorer, please consult ( Tools – Internet Options – ‘’Advanced’’ registry card – within the Security section tick ‘’Send requests of the ‘’Do not Track’’ type’’ to the visited webpages using Internet Explorer ‘’Do not Track’’ – confirm
Firefox, please consult ( Menu – Settings – Data Security – at the History section please tick ‘’Create settings defined by the user’’ – at the ‘’Cookies’’ section please set the desired settings – confirm
Google Chrome, please consult ( Menu – Settings – Advanced – at the ‘’Data Security’’ section click on ‘’Content Settings’’ – at the ‘’Cookies’’ section tick the desired filled – confirm

Safari, please consult ( Safari – Settings – Data Security – at the ‘’Cookies and web page data’’ section set the desired settings – confirm