What are internet Cookies?
Internet Cookies are small text files (databases) sent by the website browsed by the User which are saved by the internet browser in the User’s own computer.
Every time the computer loads a website, the browser sends cookies to the server, notifying it of the User’s previous activities. The cookies are designed to be a reliable mechanism for websites and can only be red by the web servers in the domain which sent them to you.
Cookies cannot harm your computer. Servers usually gathered encrypted information.
With these facts, we aim to reassure you that you do not have to worry about the privacy of your data while you are browsing our website.
Internet cookies on our website
- Our cookies don’t use sensitive information such as your personal name, address, phone number and the like.
- If you would like to limit, block or delete cookies from fieldtest.rs, you can do so in your browser’s settings. (The settings may vary depending on the internet browser used, so you can access brief instructions on settings in the next tab of this section under “Managing internet cookies”).
- The pages at fieldtest.rs may include links to external websites which contain cookies outside of our website. We cannot influence or be held responsible for the cookies and contents of other web pages, but we are mindful to always cooperate with reliable partners.
- If you would like to share any contents from our web pages in social networks, you can obtain cookies from these social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ which we also cannot control, so we recommend that you familiarize yourself with their respective policies at their websites.
Managing internet cookies
In order to enable cookies, you can use any of the following options:
- For Microsoft Internet Explorer: Click “Tools” at the top of your browser, select “Internet options” and then the “Privacy” tab. Set the Privacy level to “medium” or lower, because that is the only way to enable cookies in your browser. Note: Setting the Privacy level to anything higher than “medium” will disable cookies in your browser.
- For Google Chrome: Click the three horizontal dots in the upper right corner of your browser, then click “Settings”, select “Advance settings”. Under the “Privacy and security” section, find “Content settings” and click on that option. Enter the option “Cookies” to make your preferred changes.
- If you would like to enable cookies, click the button next to “Blocked”. Once you enable cookies, you will be able to choose the option “Allow sites to save and read cookie data (recommended)”.
- For Mozilla Firefox – Click the “Tools” button at the top of your browser and select “Options”, then choose the “Privacy” icon. In the “Cookies” section, mark “Allow sites to set cookies”.