What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that a website saves on your computer or mobile device when you visit the site. It enables the website to remember your actions and preferences (such as login, language, font size and other display preferences) over a period of time, so you don’t have to keep re-entering them whenever you come back to the site or browse from one page to another. To learn more about cookies, I invite you to access the following
Recalling their preferences know the characteristics of the computer you are using and we can offer a better browsing experience. Cookies can help our website to distinguish the user's browser as a previous visitor and thus save and remember any preferences that may have been set while the user was browsing the site, personalize home pages, identify which sectors or site They have been visited.
They also can be used for traffic information within the site itself and estimate the number of visits made.
Types and purposes of cookies
Some cookies personalize your visit, some remember your preferences, while others only provide us with visitor statistics.
from visitors are obtained, and the second helps increase the effectiveness of advertising.
The user can configure his browser to accept or reject the cookies you receive or to the browser notify you when a server wants a cookie or delete them from your computer. You can find instructions in the security settings in your Web browser.
• If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, on the Tools menu
• If you use Firefox, in the menu Tools
• If you use Google Chrome in the menu Settings
• If you use Safari, the option Preferences
You can make use of "Help" section you'll find in the toolbar on most browsers to change the settings of your computer, however, some features of our online services may not work or may be more difficult to access if you refuse all cookies.
Most browsers allow you to turn private mode whereby cookies are always deleted after your visit. Depending on the browser, the private mode can have different names, you can find below a list of the most common browsers and different names for this "private mode":
- Internet Explorer 8 and above: InPrivate
- Firefox 3.5 and above: Private Browsing
- Google Chrome 10 and above: Incognito
- Safari 2 and higher: Private Browsing
- Opera 10.5 and higher: Private Browsing
Please, read the help section of your browser to learn more about how to activate the "private mode". You can still visit our website if your browser is in "private mode", however, the user experience may not be optimal and some utilities can not function.
If you just want to avoid the creepiest, most invasive cookies but leave most other stuff in working order, it can be a good option to turn off third party cookies using the browser settings below.