Cookie use policy

This policy refers to the cookies used on the website operated by GLASS CLEVER SRL, based in Caminului , No. 82, Manolache, Ilfov, Romania, 077090 (hereinafter referred to as GlassPro).

What are cookies

This website uses cookies. The site sends the browser a cookie – a small text file, which is stored to the computer’s hard drive. There are temporary session-cookies, which close after you close your browser and also permanent cookies, which are saved to the computer’s hard drive. With cookies we can identify your browser and use this information for analytic purposes, such as counting visitors on our website. Cookies are installed by request sent by the device connected to the boarding school to a GlassPro server or a third party.

The law stipulates that we may store cookies on your device if they are strictly necessary for the operation of this site. For all other types of cookies, we need your permission.

This site uses different types of cookies. Some cookies are placed by third party services that appear on our pages.

You may, at any time, modify or withdraw your consent from the Cookie Statement on our website.

Learn more about who we are, how you can contact us, and how we process personal data in our Privacy Policy.

When you contact us about your consent, please specify the ID and date of the consent given.


What are cookies used for?

These files are used to make the using of the the site easier, more enjoyable, and efficient. We use cookies to recognize the terminal used by users and to present content as relevant as possible to them. Also, cookies help us in creating aggregate anonymous statistics that give us the opportunity to understand how users browse the site and allow us to improve the structure and content of the site, without personal identification of users.


What types of cookies do we use

The website uses 2 types of cookies:

  • Fixed
  • per session

Fixed cookies are files that remain stored on the user’s terminal for a certain period depending on the parameters of the cookie or until they are deleted by the user.
Cookies per session are temporary files that remain stored on the user’s terminal until the end of the session (site visit) or closing of the application (web browser).


How are cookies used on the site

When a user visits the site the following types of cookies can be placed:
cookies strictly necessary for the operation of the site
analysis cookies / statistics
advertising / marketing cookies
The necessary cookies help to make a site usable by activating basic functions, such as page navigation and access to secure areas on the site. The site cannot function properly without these cookies.

Statistical cookies help site owners understand how visitors interact with sites by collecting and reporting information anonymously.

Marketing cookies are used to record user visits to the site, the pages visited by them and the content with which they interacted. This information is then used to provide site users with ads that are more relevant to their interests. Also, marketing cookies allow us to limit the number of ad impressions for users and measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns.


Deleting or blocking cookies

Blocking cookies can lead to errors in the operation of the site

Most applications (web browsers) have the default setting of accepting cookies. However, you can change these settings to block some or all your cookies. To block the use of cookies, navigate to the settings section of the application you are using, where you will find the necessary information and the possibilities for managing cookies.
The importance of cookies
Cookies are an important aspect for any website, they allow to offer an easy browsing experience which is adapted to the users’ preferences. Blocking or deactivating cookies can lead to errors in the operation of the site or to the impossibility of using certain sections or elements of the site.

Disabling or blocking cookies does not mean that you will no longer receive online advertising, but only that it will no longer consider your interests highlighted by the pages you visit and the content you interact with most often.

Examples that show the importance of using cookies (which do not involve authenticating a user through an account):

  • content adapted to the user’s interests (service categories)
  • offers and promotions adapted to the user’s interests
  • providing advertising tailored to the user’s interests
  • limit the frequency of ad serving – limit the number of impressions of an ad for a specific user
  • retention of child protection filters regarding content on the internet (safe search functions, family mode options)
  • measurement, analysis and optimization – confirming the volume of traffic on a site, identifying the content most viewed by site users, identifying how users get to the site (e.g. from other sites, directly, from search engines, etc.). We carry out these analyses so as to improve our services for the benefit of the users of the site


Security and confidentiality

Cookies are completely “passive” files (they do not contain software, viruses or spyware and cannot access the information on the user’s hard drive). These files use a plain text format (letters and numbers), do not contain pieces of code, so they cannot be executed or auto-run on the user’s terminal.

In general, web applications (browsers) have integrated privacy settings that offer various levels of acceptance of cookies, their validity period or automatic deletion after the user has finished visiting a site.

Because identity protection is a fundamental right of any internet user, it is important to know any problems that may be caused by using cookies. To protect yourself, it is important to accept cookies only from sites that you consider reliable.

Links and additional information

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

For more information on managing cookie settings on the most used web applications, we recommend accessing the following links: