01 Jan 1970,
01 Jan 1970,
Cookies are small files stored on a user's computer. They are designed to conserve a small amount; of specific data for a particular client and website, and can be opened both from the website and from the client computer. This allows the server to present a customized page for a particular user, or the page itself can; contain scripts that know the data contained in cookies and therefore; are able to keep the information from a visit to the website (or related site) to the next.
Own cookies: A cookie is used; a simple text file stored on your computer or mobile device from a server of a website, and only that server is able to find and read the contents of that particular cookie.
Third party cookies: Third party cookies are cookies that belong to domains other than those shown in the address bar. Web pages may contain content from third-party domains (such as banner ads), which creates the possibility; to trace the user's browsing constitution.
Session cookies: A session cookie, also known as in-memory cookies or temporary cookies, exists only in temporary storage while the user browses the website. Persistent cookies: A persistent cookie lasts longer. long for a user session. If a persistent cookie has its Et à Maximum programmed, for example, for a year, then during this year the initial value set in that cookie will be; sent to the server each time the user visits the server. This can be done; be used to record vital information such as how the user found the website for the first time.
Analytical cookies: These allow us or third parties to quantify the number of users and to collect information and provide statistics on the use of the website without personally identifying individual visitors. This tool allows us to improve the offers and services we provide to our users.
It is also possible that, if you visit a website or open an email containing advertising à or promotional materials regarding our products or services, automatically a cookie will be available; installed in your browser, and this will allow us à to see which advertisements à are shown during your search, and check our spots for the above search, providing for example information on the number of times the spot is shown; It is displayed and at what time it is displayed.
If you do not want to receive cookies, you can change your browser to warn you when cookies are sent to you and leave you choose whether to accept or reject them. You can also delete cookies that are already available; been set. Our website also works without cookies, but if you decide to disable cookies you will lose some features and some functions.
For more information on how to block cookies, visit the help section of your browser.