Cookies Policy

The website operates in accordance with the legal provisions of the Romanian state, being operated by ‘DIGITALEASE SOLUTIONS S.R.L.’, CUI: 47543828, VAT: RO48338171, registered in the Companies Register under number J40/1694/2023 with headquarters in Bucharest, Sector 2, Sos. Colentina 16, Bloc A5, Ap. B44, postal code 021177, hereinafter referred to as ‘we,’ ‘the entity,’ ‘,’ ‘’

As previously mentioned in the Privacy and GDPR Policy, our websites use cookie modules. Before benefiting from our services or functionalities, please consider not only this Cookie Policy but also the Privacy and GDPR Policy.

Various segments of our website use cookie modules, small text files that we transmit through our server to the cookie file of your computer’s search engine’s baseboard. These identify a user each time the internet page is used. We use cookie modules to improve both user satisfaction during navigation and the security of the webpage.

Upon the first access to any of our webpages, a cookie banner appears through which you can consent to the installation of cookie modules that require your prior agreement or refuse their installation.

If you consented to the installation of cookie modules that require prior agreement, we will save your settings.

In case you did not consent to the installation of cookie modules that require your prior agreement and if you access our website again in the future, you will have the opportunity to make a new decision on this matter. We will not save your setting regarding the refusal to install cookie modules.

We differentiate between the following categories of cookie modules: 1.1. Cookie modules that do not require prior agreement

These cookie modules are essential and are also known as ‘strictly necessary.’ They ensure functionalities without which you could not use this webpage as intended. These cookie modules are used exclusively by us and, in this sense, are referred to as first-party cookie modules. They are stored on your computer only during the current browsing session.

The user’s prior agreement is not required for the use of strictly necessary cookie modules. These cookie modules cannot be deactivated through this webpage’s functionality. However, they can be deactivated at any time through your search engine’s functionality, as indicated in the instructions below.

1.2. First-party cookie modules that require prior agreement

According to a strictly legal definition, these cookie modules are not mandatory for the use of a webpage, but they still perform important functions. Without these cookie modules, functionalities that facilitate comfortable navigation on our webpage, such as pre-filled forms, are not available. Settings like selecting a language version cannot be stored, so you will need to redo them on each page. Additionally, we cannot provide personalized offers anymore. Below, we will list the first-party cookie modules used, providing a more detailed description of them.

Auto-Login Cookie Module

Role: This cookie module detects whether a user is logged in. Storage duration: Session cookie modules (temporary) expire after the session ends, or some data is retained for up to 2 weeks. (All data is anonymous or anonymized)

1.3. Third-party cookie modules that require prior agreement

This webpage also includes content provided by third parties. In theory, these third-party providers may place cookie modules during your visit to the webpage, thus obtaining information about your access to one of our webpages. For additional information about the use of cookie modules by third-party providers, please visit their webpages.

Google Analytics:

Google Analytics uses ‘cookie modules,’ text files stored on your final device, which allow the analysis of your usage of webpages. Usually, the collected and generated information regarding your usage of webpages (including your IP address) is transmitted to a Google server in the USA and stored there. When the IP address anonymization is activated on webpages, Google will shorten your IP address beforehand within member states of the European Union or in other signatory states of the Agreement on the European Economic Area. The complete IP address will be transmitted by Google to a server in the USA and shortened there, only in exceptional cases. Google will use this information on behalf of the operators of these webpages to evaluate the usage of webpages, compile reports on webpage-related activities, and provide further services related to webpage and internet usage for the webpage operator’s benefit. Your IP address transmitted by your search engine to Google Analytics will not be associated with other Google data.

Storage: By adjusting the appropriate settings of your search engine’s software, you have the option to prevent the storage of cookie modules. However, we want to alert you that in this case, you may not be able to use all webpage functions entirely on The webpages of also use UserID Analytics features to track interaction data. Furthermore, this UserID (user identifier) is anonymized and encrypted and is not associated with other data.

Google will use this information to evaluate the usage of our webpage, generate reports on the activities on the webpage, and provide related services related to the usage of the webpage and the internet for our benefit.

Google AdWords:

This website uses cookie modules from Google AdWords, including Conversion Tracking and Remarketing Codes within Google AdWords. Thus, when you click on an advertisement published by Google, Google AdWords places a cookie module for conversion tracking. If you visit specific pages starting from our webpage, Google and we can ascertain that you clicked on the advertisement and were redirected to this page. Information obtained through conversion cookie modules is used to create statistics for AdWords customers using conversion tracking. Based on these statistics, we can determine the total number of users who clicked on an advertisement published by Google and accessed a page equipped with conversion tracking tags. Through Google’s remarketing function, we reach users who have already visited our webpage. This way, we can present our advertisements to target groups already interested in our products or services. (

Storage duration: 30 days (All data is anonymous or anonymized)


Retargeting also involves the participation of third-party companies. The service uses retargeting software programs, also known as retargeting. This technology allows directing advertisements to a user on other webpages. Thus, advertisements adapted to their interests can be displayed. For this purpose, the previously mentioned cookie modules (session cookies – temporary or permanent cookie modules) are used, contributing to deducing previous usage behavior. Under no circumstances are personal data stored and transmitted. Third-party companies will not obtain personal data of the user. Only advertising will be presented, without any link between data (cookie modules retaining usage behavior) and personal data of an identifiable person. Third parties do not have the capability to correlate usage behavior with the targeted individual’s personal data.

LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Google This webpage uses cookie modules from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and Google Plus. Through this Pixel, user-defined target groups and conversion events can be monitored. Thus, in the case of a page, more personalized events can be transmitted and additional data can be added to the reference URL. This approach allows recording and analyzing specific action patterns, thus enabling detailed conclusions regarding the effectiveness of ads and the audiences they address, contributing to optimizing ads and increasing their attractiveness.

Storage duration: Session cookie modules (temporary) end after the session, while permanent cookie modules have a longer storage duration (All data is anonymous or anonymized, meaning we do not have access to individual users’ personal data). However, we mention that the mentioned data will be stored and processed by the indicated social networks, and detailed information in this regard is provided according to our current knowledge. If you have logged into one of your accounts from the mentioned social networks while using our webpages, they may associate this data with your account, including for their advertising purposes, according to their data usage policies. You have the option to allow these social networks and their partners to display ads within and outside the social networks.

For detailed information on data usage, please visit the following links:






Cookie modules that require prior agreement can be deactivated in the following ways:

If you have consented to the installation of cookie modules that require prior agreement and decide to deactivate them later, we will delete these cookie modules installed up to that moment, except those installed by third parties, such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. These third-party cookie modules can only be deleted by you from your search engine’s settings. After deactivating the installation of cookie modules that require prior agreement, no others of this type will be installed.

To prevent the collection and transmission of data generated by cookie modules regarding the usage of our webpage to Google (including your IP address), you can download and install the additional browser plug-in available at the following link. Alternatively, if you click on this link, you can stop Google’s data collection on this webpage. Usually, the search engine should allow storing cookie modules for this purpose. In the case of regularly deleting cookie modules, you need to access the mentioned link each time you visit our webpage. For additional information regarding data usage by Google, please visit: and

You can disable the display of Google ads and adjust ads in the Google Display Network by accessing ad settings at the following link:

‘Do Not Track’ Functionality

Some search engines offer a feature called ‘do not track,’ which informs webpages that online activity should not be recorded. These functions are not yet standardized, and our webpages are currently not configured to process or react to this information.