This policy page explains the use of “cookies” and other online data tracking on the website When you visit us, we collect information that we use in various ways outlined below. The terms “you,” “your,” and “user” refer to the visitors or customers on our website. The terms “we,” “us,” and “our”  refer to Cosmena Group.

By using this website, you consent to the data collection and use practices described in this Cookie policy and our accompanying Privacy Policy. This Cookie policy may be modified from time to time to reflect changes in the law or our services. We encourage you to review both policies frequently and remain informed about any changes.

What are cookies?

A “cookie” is a small piece of data stored on your computer by your web browser (Chrome, Safari, Explorer, etc.) when you visit a website. Cookies were designed to help websites carry your information from page to page as you travel around the website. Cookies keep your purchases in the shopping cart as you shop around an online store, keep you logged in a password-protected site, and remember where you left off on your favourite streaming movie. 

Cookies also tell the owners of a website what visitors are doing on the site. Do visitors bounce away because the landing page is boring or confusing? Do they visit multiple pages? Are they reading the blog articles? This information helps website owners improve the quality of the site.

Why do we use cookies?

Cookies have become integral to the operation of most websites. There are many different variations of cookies, some lasting only while you visit the site and others that are “persistent” and remain until deleted from your browser. 

Some common types of cookies

Performance and operation cookies are used by site owners to track how the website is performing and being accessed by visitors. This includes such things as recognizing if you’ve been on the site before, what the most popular pages are, and timing how long pages take to load.

Strictly-necessary cookies are required for the core functioning of the site, such as authentication, site/server security and adjusting the layout across multiple devices (accessibility). 

Third-party cookies are set by someone other than the owner of the website you are on. Typically, these are from companies such as Youtube, Instagram (and other social media) and Google Analytics.

Advertising cookies are used by advertising networks to track your behaviour across multiple sites and serve up ads to you. This is why you can shop for an item and an hour later see it advertised to you while you’re reading the news.

The cookies used by

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  • _ga-UA-xxxxxxx
  • _gid cookies uses Google Analytics cookies to enhance the website performance for our visitors.

These three cookies is Performance and operation cookies. Google Analytics does not gather data which could be considered personal data or data that can be used by itself to personally identify you. You can disable these cookies in your browser using the instructions in the section below.

The three Google Analytics cookies we use are the _ga, _ga-UA-xxxxxxx and _gid cookies. These cookies are used to identify unique visitors to the site, track their behaviour around the site and create an analytics report of how the site is doing. These cookies expire after two years.

Managing cookies in your browser

We strive to ensure your rights are protected under the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation). If you would like to clear the cookies being stored on your browser, or access our website with third-party cookies disabled, please follow the instructions in your individual browser options. These options may include a DNT (Do Not Track) setting that tells your browser not to track your browsing. 

For more detailed information about cookie management in your specific browser, visit your browser’s respective website for that information.

This Cookie Policy was last updated on May 21, 2021.