Cookie policy and similar technologies

This policy applies to cookies and similar technologies used, as the case may be, in the websites and applications operated by SC Albacom Biz SRL with headquarters in Alba Iulia, 88, Bucharest Street, Alba, (hereinafter referred to as

Cookies are used for the following purposes:

• running the site,

• to analyze the behavior of site visitors,

• for advertising.

This policy is complemented by the policy on the protection of personal data in general that you can find here and the Terms and Conditions of the Site that you can find here, which we encourage you to read, including additional information useful, all purposes of data processing by, your rights, as well as their exceptions and limitations, etc.

Appropriate protection of personal data is an important objective for Our desire is to be as clear and transparent as possible with regard to the approach to the matter. For any questions, please contact us at

What are cookies?

The cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that will be stored on your computer, mobile terminal or other equipment of a user accessing the Internet. The cookie is installed through the request issued by the user terminal to a server or to a third-party server.

The web server that supplies the web page can store a cookie on the user's computer or mobile device. An external web server that manages the included or mentioned files on the web page can also store cookies. All of these cookies are called HTTP header cookies. Another way to store cookies is through the JavaScript code contained or referenced on that page.

Every time the user asks for a new page, the web server can receive the cookie values it has previously set and returns the content page about those values. Similarly, the JavaScript code is able to read a cookie belonging to its domain and take action accordingly.

What are cookies used for?

These files make it possible in particular to recognize the user's terminal and to present the content in a relevant way, adapted to the user's preferences.

Cookies provide users with a pleasant browsing experience and support efforts to provide more tailored services such as: - Online privacy preferences, relevant advertising, cookies to help us remember and process items in your shopping cart. They are also used to help us understand your preferences based on past or current site activity, which allows us to provide you with improved services. They are also used in the preparation of aggregated anonymous statistics that help us understand how a user benefits from our web pages, allowing us to improve their structure and content without allowing us to personally identify them.

We use cookies to:

• identifying users

• Remember custom user preferences

• Help users perform tasks without having to re-enter information when navigating from one page to another or when they visit the site later.

Cookies can also be used to target online behavioral advertising and display ads relevant to something previously searched by users.

What are the different types of cookies?

A cookie can be classified by its lifetime and its domain. Through a lifetime, a cookie is either:

-sease that is deleted when the user closes the persistent browser or cookie that remains on the user's computer / device for a predefined period.

Regarding the domain to which it belongs, there are either:

-the primary cookies that are set by the web server of the visited page and share the same domain or third parties stored by a domain different from the visited domain of the visited page. This can happen when the web page refers to a file, such as JavaScript, located outside its domain.

However, some cookies are exempt from this requirement. Consent is not required if the cookie is:

-used solely for the purpose of delivering a communication and strictly necessary for the provider of an information society service explicitly required by the user to provide this service.

- user input cookies (session ID), such as primary cookies, to keep track of user input data when filling out online forms, shopping carts, etc. for a session or cookie- persistent, limited to a few hours in some cases

- Authentication cookies to identify the user once logged in during a session

- User-based security cookies used to detect authentication abuses for a persistent limited duration

-Multimedia content cookies used to store technical data to play video or audio content during a session

-load-balancing cookies during the session

-Interface personalization customization cookies, such as language preferences or fonts, during a session (or slightly longer) session, content sharing cookies for social networking members.

You can choose to alert your computer every time a cookie is sent, or you can choose to disable all cookies. Do this with your browser settings. Because your browser can be of different types, see your browser's Help menu to find out how to modify cookies correctly.

If you disable cookies, some of the features that make your experience more effective do not work properly.

Do cookies or similar technologies contain personal data?

Cookies or similar technologies in themselves do not require personal information to be used and, in many cases, do not personally identify internet users. However, there are situations when personal data can be collected by using cookies to facilitate certain user functionalities or to give the user an experience more suited to his or her preferences. Such data is encrypted in a way that makes unauthorized persons access to them.

What are the similar technologies?

There are other technologies that can be used for the same purposes as cookies. uses Local Storage like technology.

What types of cookies does use?

There are generally four categories of cookies: "Strictly Necessary", "Performance", "Functionality" and "Targeting". We use all four categories of cookies.

Cookies strictly required. These cookies are essential because they allow you to move around our products and services.

Performance cookies. These cookies collect information about how you used the Service, for example, information about the unique username you provided so that less pressure is placed on our backend infrastructure. These cookies can also be used to let us know that you are logged in so that we can provide you with more fresh content than a user who has never been logged in. We also use cookies to track aggregate service usage and experience new features to improve service delivery. The information collected is used to improve the operation of the services provided.

Function Cookies. These cookies let us remember how you are logged in, whether you choose to stop seeing creatives, editing an item on the site while you're offline, logging in or out, status, or service history, the tools you used. These cookies also allow us to adapt the Service to provide improved features and content for you and to remember how you customized the Service in other ways, such as customizing the toolbars that we offer. The information these cookies collect can be anonymous and is not used to track your browsing activity on other sites or services.

Targeting cookies and modules.

Blocking cookies

If you want to block cookies, some site functionality will be stopped, and this may cause some malfunctions or errors in the use of our site. For example, blocking cookies can prevent you from:

buy online

log in to your account

If you agree to these limitations and want to block cookies, follow the instructions below:

Most browsers are default set to accept cookies, but you can change settings to block some or all cookies.

Managing your cookie preferences

In general, an application used to access web pages allows you to save cookies and / or similar technologies on the terminal by default. These settings can be changed in such a way that the automatic cookie administration is blocked by the web browser or the user is informed whenever cookies are sent to his or her terminal.

Detailed information about the possibilities and ways of managing cookies can be found in the application settings area (web browser). Restricting the use of cookies may affect certain features of the website.

Why are cookies and / or similar technologies important to the Internet?

Similar cookies and / or technologies are a central focus of the Internet's efficient operation, helping to generate a friendly browsing experience and tailored to the preferences and interests of each user. Denying or disabling cookies can make some sites or parts of sites unusable.

Disabling cookies does not mean that you will no longer receive online advertising - but that it will no longer be able to keep your preferences and interests highlighted by your browsing behavior.

Examples of important uses of cookies (which do not require authentication of a user through an account):

Content and services tailored to user preferences - product categories and services.

Offers tailored to the interests of users

Retaining passwords

Retaining Child Protection Filters for Content on the Internet (family mode options, safe search functions).

Limit ad serving frequency - limit the number of impressions of an ad for a particular user on a site.

Providing relevant advertising to the user.

Measuring, optimizing and adapting analysis features - such as confirming a certain level of traffic on a website, what type of content is viewed, and how a user reaches a website (eg, search engines, directly from other websites, etc.). Websites conduct these analyzes of their use to improve their services for the benefit of users.

Security and confidentiality issues

In general, browsers have built in privacy settings that provide different levels of cookie acceptance, shelf life, and automatic deletion after the user has visited a particular site.

Other security issues related to cookies:

• Customize browser settings for cookies to reflect a comfortable level for your cookie security.

• If you are the only person using your computer, you can set long expiration dates if you want to store your browsing history and personal data.

• If you share access to your computer, you can consider setting the browser to delete individual browsing data each time you close your browser. This is a way of accessing sites that place cookies and deleting any visitor information at the end of the browsing session.

Additional useful links and information

If you want to learn more about cookies and what they are used for, we recommend the following links:

         Microsoft Cookies guide

         All About Cookies

Where do we use cookies?

At Login

We use the cookies to check your account and determine when you are logged in so that we can facilitate your access to our site and provide you with the right experience and functionality.

Cookies also help us remember your browser, so you do not have to register, and so you can connect more easily to our site.


We use cookies to help us keep your account and data safe.

For example, cookies can help us identify and enforce additional security measures when someone tries to access your account without authorization. We also use cookies to store information that allows us to recover your account if you forgot your password or if you need additional authentication if you tell us that your account has been compromised. Cookies help us combat spam and phishing attacks, allowing us to identify computers that are used to create a large number of false accounts.

Functions and services of the site

We use cookies to help us store preferences, know when you've seen or interacted with the content of our products, and provide you with personalized content and experiences. For example, cookies allow us to make suggestions for you to personalize content on third-party sites that integrate our social plug-ins.


We use cookies to give you the best possible experience in terms of site loading speed.

Analytical and research

We use cookies to better understand how users use our products to improve them.

What type of cookies is used:

Google Analytics cookies:

Google Analytics is a simple, easy-to-use tool that helps site owners measure how users interact with the content of your website. As a user browses multiple webpages, Google Analytics provides JavaScript tags (libraries) with JavaScript to record details about the page a user has seen, such as the page URL. Google Analytics JavaScript libraries use HTTP cookies (a small piece of data sent from a website and stored on the user's computer by the user's browser while the user is browsing.) Cookies were designed to be a mechanism sure for websites to remember statistical information or to record the user's browsing activity) to "remember" what a user has done on previous pages / interactions with the website.

Cookie-generated information about the use of this site (including your IP address) is transmitted and stored on a Google server.

Google Analytics supports two JavaScript libraries (tags) to measure your website:

  1. -using analytics.js cookies

The analytics.js JavaScript library is part of Universal Analytics and uses primary cookies to:

- to distinguish unique users

  • Accelerate request rate
    When using the recommended JavaScript snippet, analytics.js sets cookies at the highest domain level. For example, if your website address is, analytics.js will set the cookie domain to Setting the top-level cookies allows users to be tracked between subdomains without any other configuration.

  1. -using cookies ga.js

The ga.js JavaScript database uses primary cookies to:

- Determine which domain to measure

- to distinguish unique users

- Accelerate request rate

- keep the number and time of previous visits

- remember the traffic source information

- determine the beginning and end of a session

Remember the value of personalized variables at the visitor level

By default, this library sets cookies on the specified domain in the browser property and establishes the root-level cookie.

Cookie Authentication

Cookie Authentication uses HTTP cookies to authenticate customer requests and maintain session information. It works as follows:

1. The client sends a request to connect to the server.

2. On successful authentication, the server response includes the Set-Cookie header that contains the cookie name, value, expiration time, and other information.

3. The customer must send this Cookie header in all subsequent requests to the server.

4. On the disconnection operation, the server sends back the Set-Cookie header that determines the expiration of the cookie.


This site uses the Facebook pixel, a small piece of JavaScript code that is added to the site to optimize ads, report the success of your ad campaigns on all devices, and show ads targeted to the public. The Facebook Pixel sends information about your browsing session through HTTP headers to Facebook, including the IP address, web browser information, page location, document, reference, and web browser user agent. Pixel-specific data includes pixel ID and Facebook cookie data to connect events to a specific Facebook ad account and make a match for a person known by Facebook. Facebook checks if the person has seen or previously interacted with an ad from our account or if the person matches an audience rule and prepares an analysis report that contains anonymous or aggregated data. Facebook keeps the information collected from pixels for 180 days.

Google Tag Manager

For reasons of transparency, please note that we use Google Tag Manager. Google Tag Manager does not collect personal data. Facilitates the integration and management of our labels. Labels are small code elements that serve to measure traffic and visitor behavior, to detect the impact of online advertising, or to test and optimize our websites. For more information about visiting Google Tag Manager:

Google Dynamic Remarketing

We use Google Dynamic Remarketing to advertise over the Internet, especially on the Google Display Network. Dynamic remarketing will show you ads based on what parts of your websites you've viewed by placing a cookie in your web browser. This cookie does not identify you in any way and does not allow you to access your computer or mobile device. The cookie is used to indicate to other websites that "This user has visited a particular page to show ads related to that page." Google Dynamic Remarketing allows us to tailor our marketing to better fit your needs and only for those ads that are relevant to you.

If you do not want to see ads on the trivago site, you can opt out of Google's use of cookies by visiting Google Ad Settings. For more information, visit the Google Privacy Policy.

Google remarketing

When you visit certain pages in the online store a code that Google has previously saved in a browser cookie is sent to Google through it. In this way, Google can see that you have accessed certain pages of us (for example, initiating the ordering process). Later, if you do Google searches or see ads from the Google Network on other websites, we can show you targeted ads for our products (known as remarketing). If you have a Google Account, Google can link this data to your Google Account.

You can find information about Google's data protection and how remarketing works in the Google Privacy Policy as well as in Google Notes remarketing.

You can object to remarketing by configuring your browser so that it does not support cookies. However, you will be able to use our site in a limited way.

In addition, you can turn off Google interest-based ads from Google Ad Settings using the following link

Google AdWords Conversion Tracking

We use the Google AdWords online advertising program and conversion tracking within the scope of Google AdWords. Google Conversion Tracking is an analytical service. When you click on an ad placed by Google, a conversion tracking cookie is placed on your device. These cookies expire after 30 days, do not contain personal data, and can not be used for personal identification.

Standard cookies on the platform uses encrypted cookies to store all session information for both visitors / customers and employees / administrators.

Data stored in a visitor / client's cookie




Date and time at which the cookie was created (in YYYY-MM-DD HH: MM: SS).


Language ID.


Currency ID-ul.


The ID of the last visited product category.


Whether the basket block is "expanded" or "collapsed".


Product IDs recently displayed as a comma-separated list.


Wishlist ID.


Whether you check the "Terms and Conditions" checkbox (1 if it has 0 if it is not)


Visitor's guest ID when you are not signed in.


The login ID of the current session of the visitor.


Customer ID of the visitor when connected.



Customer last name.


Customer fisrt name.


If the customer is connected.


Hash MD5 of the_COOKIE_KEY_in config / and password used by the client to connect.



The current basket ID displayed in the basket basket.


The Blowfish control amount used to determine whether the cookie has been modified by a third party.

The customer will be disconnected and the cookie will be cleared if the amount of control does not match.

Data stored in an employee / administrator cookie




Date and time at which the cookie was created (in YYYY-MM-DD HH: MM: SS)..


Language ID.


Employee ID.


Employee last name.


Employee first name.


Employee email address used to log in.


The profile ID that determines the tabs the employee can access.


Hash MD5 of the_COOKIE_KEY_in config / and password used by the employee to connect.


The Blowfish control amount used to determine whether the cookie has been modified by a third party.

If the amount of control does not match, the client will be disconnected and the cookie will be deleted.


Cookie name




Used to collect site statistics and track conversion rates.


A feature of Google Maps


If someone visits the site directly and accesses AMP pages, the customer id is stored in this cookie


A feature of Google Maps


Stores the user's cookie status for the current domain



Helps improve the content of our sites by providing basic tracking information. For example, how many times you visited, from which search engine you came from and from the keyword you used.


A feature of Google Maps


The NID cookie contains a unique code that Google uses to remember preferences and other information such as your preferred language (eg English), the number of results you want to display on the page (eg 10 or 20) you want to have the Google SafeSearch filter enabled.


A feature of Google Maps


These cookies, provided by Google Inc., are used with the Google +1 button to allow you to share information publicly as part of your Google profile.


Cookie security to protect unauthorized access user data


These cookies, provided by Google Inc., are used with the Google +1 button to allow you to share information publicly as part of your Google profile.


These cookies are used to collect information about how visitors use our site. We use the information to compile reports and help us improve our site. Cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors came from and the pages they visited. If you do not allow these cookies, we will not be able to include your visit in our statistics.


Used to distinguish usersi


Google Analytics uses this cookie to store and update a unique value for each visited page. The cookie is updated each time you submit the data to Google Analytics.


Allows you to send messages from the contact form