Using ‘cookies’ on Translata’s web page

A cookie is a short text file that is sent to the browser by visited web pages. It enables web pages to remember information about your visit, such as preferred language and other settings. This can make your next visit easier and more productive. Cookie files are important. Without them, browsing the web would be much more difficult.

What are ‘cookies’?

Cookies are text files that are sent by web pages to the visitor’s computer or to another device used for connecting to the internet. They enable the recognition of a visitor’s browser and they save the browser’s information and settings.

Does Translata use ‘cookies’ on its web pages?

Yes, it does. Translata uses cookies to improve web page functioning and to provide users with various services and functions. You can limit or ban using cookies in your browser settings, but then you won’t be able to use all the functions of our web pages.

What type of ‘cookies’ does Translata use on its web pages?

We use targeting cookies.

These cookies monitor information related to your use of our web page, so we can provide you with marketing and other specifically-targeted information.

How to ban or delete ’cookies’?

Every internet browser has the option to limit or delete cookies. You can find more information about managing cookies on your browser’s web page:
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