Cookies are files sent by network servers to be saved by browsers.
Once a cookie has been stored, the browser sends the data back to the server when requesting a page from the server. This enables the server to identify and monitor browsers.
There are two main types of cookies: session-specific cookies and permanent cookies
Cinia uses the Google Analytics system to analyse use of its website. Google Analytics produces statistics and other information about the use of the website, based on cookies stored on visitors’ computers. The data collected from the Cinia website is used to generate reports about the use of the website.
Google stores and uses this data for a period of 30 minutes to two years, depending on the type of data. Google’s privacy policies are available at https://www.google.com/policies/privacy/.
Google’s cookies perform the following tasks
Cookies can be disabled in most browsers.
Blocking cookies reduces the usability of some websites.