Sileon uses the following cookies:
- Session cookies: temporary cookies that disappear when you close your browser
- Persistent cookies: cookies that remain in your browser
- First-party cookies: cookies set by the website you are visiting
- Third-party cookies: cookies set by a third-party site
- Web beacon: a web beacon is a small object that is added to a web page or email and allows the creator to check if the user has seen the content
- Necessary cookies are strictly necessary in order to use Sileon.com
- Optimization and analytics cookies provide us with overall analytical information regarding your use and collect information about how users interact with our website, providing us with lessons about overall interaction patterns rather than individual users’ behaviors of our services. It helps us to continuously improve
- Preference cookies enable us to save settings such as language selection
- Marketing cookies that allow us to be relevant in our communication with you
How do I turn off the most common browsers so that they do not receive cookies?
Firstly, you can always turn off all cookies, except the necessary ones, by making this choice when you enter Sileon’s website for the first time. When you enter the homepage for the first time, you’ll see clickable options at the bottom of Sileon’s portal page.
IF you do not want to receive cookies, you can easily decline after which you will only receive necessary cookies.
- Open the Chrome app. on your Android phone or tablet.
- Tap More to the right of the address bar. Preferences.
- Tap Site settings. Cookies.
- Turn Cookies on or off.
In Safari on Mac, choose Safari > Preferences, click Privacy, then do one of the following:
- Prevent trackers from using cookies and website data to track you: Select Prevent cross-site tracking.
- Cookies and website data are deleted if you do not visit and interact with the tracker’s websites.
- Always block cookies: Select Block all cookies.
- Websites, third parties and advertisers cannot store cookies and other data on your computer. This can lead to some websites not working properly.
Always allow cookies: Uncheck Block all cookies.
- Websites, third parties and advertisers may store cookies and other data on your computer.
- Delete saved cookies and data: Click Manage Site Data, select one or more sites, then click Delete or Delete All. Deleting this data can reduce tracking, but can also log you out of websites or change their behavior.
- See which websites save cookies or data: Click Manage website data.