Cookie Policy

Author: IACcontentogoogaADM2023

Updated: 20 May 2024

Welcome to! We are operated by Ogooga Services SRL, a company based in Bucharest, Romania. Our address is Bd. Ion Mihalache 15 – 17, Floor 8, Sector 1, and our Trade Register number is J40 / 11888/2016. Please read this cookie policy before using our website.

Understanding Cookies

A cookie is a small text file stored on your device, like a smartphone, computer, or tablet. It holds details about your session on a site. Cookies help improve your online experience by remembering your preferences, such as login information and language choices. When you revisit a website, these settings can be read by the original website (first-party cookie) or another website (third-party cookie). uses cookies to personalize your web experience. Our cookies do not store personal information that can identify you. For more information about cookies, visit the All About Cookies website, which covers behavioral advertising and online privacy.

Managing Cookies on Our Website:

You have control over your cookies. You can withdraw your consent to our cookie use at any time by adjusting your browser settings or using third-party tools. Instructions for different browsers are provided below. Keep in mind, disabling cookies might affect website functionality. To delete stored cookies and prevent future ones, go to your browser’s preferences under “Options” or “Tools”. Each browser has a unique method:

Classification of Cookies on Our Website

Cookies serve different purposes and are generally grouped into four categories:

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file stored on your device by websites you visit to remember user preferences and activities.

Why do websites use cookies?

Websites use cookies to enhance user experience, remember settings, and track website interactions for analytics.

Are cookies safe?

Yes, cookies are generally safe, but it’s advised to regularly clear them and be cautious of malicious websites.

Can I disable cookies?

Yes, you can disable cookies via your browser settings, but it may affect website functionality.

What’s the difference between first-party and third-party cookies?

First-party cookies come from the website you visit. Third-party cookies belong to external services or advertisers.