New rules on cookies
Policy manage cookies on AMPS.
We strive to treat customers honestly and openly taking into account best practices.
What is a cookie?
Almost every website utilizes cookies. Cookies are small files that are stored in the user settings. They are created by your browser each time you enter the site. Some of them may remain on the device when you close the browser. At the next visit from the same device browser can check if the device is stored corresponding cookie (ie. A file containing the name of the page) and send the data contained therein back to the party who wrote the cookie. This allows you to recognize that the user has visited it in the past, and in some cases to adjust the content presented to the recipient.
The advantages of cookies
Cookies help the user to use a previously visited his websites. If you use the same device and browser as before, it allows storing preferences.
None of the cookies used on our websites do not collect information to establish the identity of the user.
Controlling and deleting cookies
Most browsers offer the ability to accept or reject all cookies, accept only certain types or inform the user each time a website attempts to save them. The user can also easily delete cookies already stored on your browser.
Managing and deleting cookies may be different depending on the browser used.
Accurate information on this subject can be obtained by using the Help function in the browser, or by visiting the website http://www.allaboutcookies.org, which explains step by step how to control and delete cookies in most browsers.
For more information about managing cookies for Firefox here.
Chrome information are available here.
Note that blocking all cookies from AMPS can cause difficulties in the operation or altogether prevent the use of some of our pages to configuration.