Cookie Policy

Cookies are small files that a website you visit (or its service provider) transfers to your computer hard drive via your web browser in case you allow cookies. That enables the websites or service providers systems to recognize your browser in order to capture and remember certain data, e.g. your settings etc.

Cookies play a significant role, and using the Internet without their help would take much more time and efforts.

At Zfort Group we use cookies for the single purpose – we would like our website visitors feel comfortable while surfing our pages. Therefore we gather and store cookies to compile general information about website traffic and interaction so that we could offer improved website experiences and tools in the future.

The list of cookies that we collect is provided below:

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Google Analytics _utma
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These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. This information helps us to improve the site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form.

Click here for an overview of privacy at Google

Type of deviceshowMobile

This cookie type stores information about what site version is used now (mobile/full).

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Stores information about user status (admin/registered/guest)

AddThisAddthis buttons

We use a few cookies form AddThis, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn services, so you had an opportunity to follow our updates or share our content at your social profiles.

FacebookFacebook share, follow buttons
TwitterTwitter share, follow buttons
LinkedInLinkedIn share button

It is a widely known fact that the majority of web browsers permit a limited control of most cookies through the browser settings, which basically means that most browsers give you an actual ability to manage cookies that fit you best. Being aware of that some people prefer not to allow cookies. It can be done by adjusting rules in certain browsers to run cookies on a site-by-site basis, providing the user with a detailed control over their privacy. Generally users can disallow cookies from all websites except the ones they trust. To learn more about cookies, how to manage or delete them, visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org