1. What is a cookie and what is it used for?
Our websites use cookie technology to provide you with a better and personalized web service. The data stored by the cookies used on our Websites never show personal details on which an individual identity can be established.
A cookie is a small text file that is stored and / or read by your web browser on the hard drive of your final device (for example, a computer, laptop or smartphone) depending on which you visit the website. Cookies also make your interaction with safer and faster websites as they can remember your preferences by sending the information they contain back to the site a first-party cookie or a third-party cookie when you visit the website again using the same end-device.
2. How to control cookies
You can withdraw your consent to cookies at any time. To do this, you can block or remove cookies either through your web browser settings or by using third-party software, or by following the instructions for the cookie categories in the following sections. In any case, you may experience problems with using certain parts of our website if you disable cookies.
Cookies in Internet Explorer – Internet Explorer
Cookies in Mozilla Firefox – Firefox
Cookies in Chrome – Chrome
Cookies in Safari – Safari
Some browsers, such as Chrome and Firefox, can change the settings for browsing in “incognito” mode by limiting the amount of data entered on the device and automatically deleting all the persistent cookies inserted on the device when the navigation session ends. There are also many third-party apps that can be added to your browser to block or manage cookies.
3. Cookies used on HolidaytoRomania.com
Based on the function and purpose for which cookies are used, they are usually categorized into the following categories:
Absolutely needed cookies allow you to navigate the Website and use its basic features. They are usually installed only in response to your actions that are equivalent to a service request. These cookies are indispensable for the use of the Websites.
Function cookies are used to recognize you when you return to our Website and allow us to provide you with improved and more personalized features such as remembering your preferences. These cookies collect anonymous information and can’t Track your browsing on other websites. The expiration date of these cookies is up to 2 years.
Analytical and performance cookies allow us to recognize and count users and collect information about how the Website is used (e.g., the pages a user opens most often and whether the user receives error messages from specific pages). This helps us improve the way our Website works, for example, by ensuring that you can easily find what you are looking for. The expiration date of these cookies is up to 2 years. As for third-party cookies, the expiration period may vary and may in some cases exceed 2 years. For more details on this category of cookies, see Section 4 below.
Marketing cookies and target audience tracking record your visit to our Website, the pages you’ve visited, and the links you’ve visited. We will use this information to provide more relevant ads for you and your interests. They are also used to limit the frequency with which you can see an ad and help measure the effectiveness of your advertising campaigns. We can also share this information with third parties (such as advertisers) for this purpose. The expiration date of these cookies is up to 2 years. As for third-party cookies, the expiration period may vary and may in some cases exceed 2 years. For more details on this category of cookies, see Section 5 below.
Social networks cookies allow you to share your work on social networking sites. These cookies are not controlled by us. For more details on this category of cookies, see Section 6 below.
Other types of cookies that can be used later. We will inform you through our updated policies if any other types of cookies are used.
4. Cookies used for statistical purposes and for monitoring web traffic
You can quit Google Analytics without affecting how you can visit our website.
Detailed information about Google Analytics and the protection of personal data (including how you can control information sent to Google) can be found at: https://policies.google.com/privacy/partners.
To prevent monitoring through this type of cookie, you can install an add-on to your web browser (http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout).
5. Cookies used for direct marketing purposes
To receive customized ad and marketing content according to your preferences, our website uses Google’s DoubleClick for Publishers (DFP) and Google Ad Exchange technology. The information generated by cookies about your use of the Website (including your IP address) will be transmitted and stored by Google on servers that can be located in the EU, EEA and / or the United States. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if it has this obligation under the law or if these third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data owned by Google. Detailed information about Google Analytics and the protection of personal data (including how you can control information sent to Google) can be found at: https://policies.google.com/privacy/partners.
6. Cookies on social networks
On some of our Websites, third parties providing applications through these Websites may place their own cookies to monitor the performance of their applications or to customize their applications for you. For example, when distributing an article using a distribution button on social networks available on a Website, the social networking platform associated with that button will record this. Some websites may also have embedded content, such as third-party video content such as YouTube, and in this case these third parties may also place their own cookies. Such cookies can not be accessed by Holiday to Romania Ltd.
7. Security Considerations
Cookies are NOT Viruses! They use plain text formats. They are not made up of parts of code so they cannot be executed or can auto-run. Consequently, they cannot duplicate or replicate on other networks to run or replicate again. Because they cannot perform these functions, they cannot be considered viruses.
Last updated: May 24, 2018.