What is a Cookie?
A cookie is a small text file which is stored on your computer or another browsing device, commonly known as HTTP cookie, web cookie, or browser cookie.
Cookies are widely used to make websites work, or work more efficiently. They are also used to provide information on visitor behaviour and the website owner.
experience and security of our website.
1. Log in Cookie: When a user logs into the website, this identifies whether the user is authenticated and logged into the website. This is a ‘session’
cookie that expires after a few hours.
2. Google AdWords and Remarketing: We use “Google” as our online advertising provider for measuring conversions with Google AdWords and remarketing technologies.
3. Google Analytics: This shows website traffic analysis. For example, these cookies tell us how many people enter our site, the duration etc. Google AdWords: We
are able to see which pages helped lead to contact form submissions. This allows us to make better use of our paid-search budget.
On Mitol's website, we use social sharing buttons for services including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. These allow
you to share website pages with your communities via those networks. Whilst you’ll be asked to login into your social media pages to use these services, the
process is handled directly by the social network providers and their databases and servers. Mitol accepts no responsibility for any use