Our Cookies Policy
What are Cookies?
A cookie (connection token) is a piece of data that a website places on your device to store information related to your preferences, thus allowing the website to memorise your actions and browsing preferences throughout our website.
How are Cookies used and what are they for?
The stored cookies which, as mentioned, memorise your browsing preferences, will be used to improve your visit to our website. A record of the browser type (eg Internet Explorer, Google Chrome) and operating system (eg Windows, Macintosh) used and the domain name of your Internet service provider is automatically saved.
Cookies also allow us to develop and improve our services and the functioning of the website.
We emphasise that Cookies in general do not include details that can be used to identify you, only focused on the type of software being used.
What type of Cookies do we use and why?
We use different types of cookies, as described below:
• Essential cookies - some cookies are essential to access specific areas, allowing navigation and use of their applications, through login;
• Analytical Cookies - These cookies are used to analyze how users use Our website. They allow, for example, to monitor the site's performance, knowing which pages are most popular or detecting errors. These cookies are used only for statistical analysis purposes, without ever collecting personal information. Thus, we will be able to seek to provide a higher quality experience and/or identify and correct any problems that arise.
As for validity, two types of cookies are used:
• Permanent cookies – these are cookies that are stored on devices (computer, mobile phone or tablet), at the level of the internet browser (browser) and are used whenever the user visits the website again. In general, they are used to direct navigation according to the user's interests, allowing to provide a more adequate service;
• Session cookies - are temporary cookies that are generated and are available until the user logs out. The next time the user accesses their internet browser (browser) the cookies will no longer be stored. The information obtained allows you to manage sessions, identify problems and provide a better browsing experience
Google stores information like visitor's location, visited pages and time spent on website.
Read more about this cookies here.
Domains used by Google to store cookies: google.com, doubleclick.net, google-analytics.com.