What is a cookie file?
Cookie file is a small data file that is placed in the user’s browser from the website server when user enters the website. The cookie files are stored in the user’s device (computer or smartphone) constantly or temporarily, i.e., only upon visiting the website.
Types of cookie files and their purpose
In order to ensure the basic functionality of the website and convenience user experience at the website, the Pillar is using functional and analytical cookie files:
Functional or the permanent cookies are necessary for enabling the user to freely visit and browse a site and use the options offered by the site, including obtaining information about the services and purchasing them, and enabling us to execute the initiated request, as well as to enable the website remember what cookies you have agreed to. These cookies identify your device, but they do not reveal your identity, and do not gather and summarise the information. These cookies are stored at your device until the particular cookie fulfils its function, but not more than two years. According to the Law On Public Information Services, certain permanent cookies are placed automatically. Yet if upon using the options ensured by the browser you choose to disable them, you should take into account that the website might not work properly.
Analytical cookies (third party cookies) gather information on how you are using the website, record the sections you were visiting the most, including the content you are choosing upon browsing the site. Information is used for analytical purposes in a summarised way in order to find out what the users are interested in, and to improve the functionality of the website to make it more convenient. Analytical cookies identify only your device; they do not reveal your identity.
Consent and withdrawal
By clicking “Agree” or continuing to use www.pillar.lv, you agree with our cookies policy. You can revoke your consent at any times by deleting the saved cookie files from your browser. Yet, note that without all of these cookies you will not be able to use the functionality of the website in full.
Additional information about cookie files
Additional information about the use and management of cookie files is available at EDAA (European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance) website www.youronlinechoices.com.