1. What are cookies?
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2. What are the cookies used for?
3. Information about cookies used by www.unicredit.lt
To improve the functionality of the website www.unicredit.lt and to facilitate its use, UniCredit Leasing uses the following types of cookies:
1. Session cookies:
Session cookies are temporary cookies stored in the browser of the user’s device and deleted when the website is closed. Use of this type of cookies is necessary for the technical and functional provision of the website’s operation.
2. Persistent cookies:
Persistent cookies are stored in the device for a certain period of time after the website visit, depending on the type of cookie. They identify the visitor of the website as a unique user, and when the visitor returns to the website, they help to remember information about the visitor and visitor’s past activities on the particular website.
3. Tracking cookies:
Tracking cookies are used to collect the overall statistics of the visits and usage of the www.unicredit.lt site. They do not contain personal information and cannot be used to identify a person.
4. Third-party cookies:
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4. How to stop receiving cookies
The cookies used by www.unicredit.lt do not contain personal data of the website visitor and cannot be used to identify a person. However, if you want to restrict or block the cookies set by this website, or to delete the already created cookies, you can do this by changing your internet browser settings.
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