- What is a cookie?
- The purpose of cookies
- What types of cookies do we use?
- When do we place cookies?
- What is the lifespan of a cookie?
- Do cookies contain personal data / What kind of information is stored and accessed through cookies?
- What types of third-party cookies do we use? / What are third-party cookies? (“Third party cookies module”)
- Cookie control
- What do you do if you do not want to set cookies or if you want to delete them?
- Other useful resources
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2. What is a cookie? A cookie is a collection of data in an industry standard that a web page transfers to your computer, temporarily, to allow the user to adapt the content. To this end, cookies collect information about your online behavior. A cookie is a small file that contains a text consisting of a string of letters and numbers (information), often encoded, that uniquely identifies a computer, mobile terminal, or other equipment of a user from which it is accessed. the internet, but may also contain other information. A cookie consists of two parts: the name and content or value of the cookie.
Moreover, the lifespan of a cookie is determined. A cookie is a file that is placed / downloaded on the device you use when you access a website, by the request issued by the web server to a browser (eg Internet Explorer, Chrome), which allows the use of the functionality of the Company’s sites recording the navigation of the website, so that when you access the website again, it can present adapted options based on the information stored about your last visit. A cookie is completely “passive” (does not contain software, viruses – cookies use plain text formats, are not made up of pieces of code so they cannot be executed or run on their own; they cannot be duplicated or replicate on other networks to run or replicate again – or spyware and can not access the information on the user’s hard drive), they only allow the collection of information about user behavior (in principle, which web pages they visit and when ).
n other words, the cookie can be seen as an identification card of the Internet user, which notifies the website every time the user returns to that website. Example cookie module: SNID50 = eR0azHquz-E32l1B7uLIasD63_ZWxrS9fkAc37Z4CQ = Q4levhdDnydqiJGNgoogle.com/ verify97282076339328 30210107 446809680 30173295 *
3. The purpose of cookies Cookies can provide faster and easier interaction between users and websites. For example, when authenticating a user on a particular website, the authentication data is stored in a cookie module; subsequently, the user can access that website without having to log in again. In other cases, cookies may be used to store information about the activities performed by the user on a particular web page, so that he can easily resume those activities on a subsequent access to the website.
Cookies tell the server which pages to show the user so that they do not have to remember this or browse the entire website from the beginning.
4. What types of cookies do we use?
We use the following types of cookies: [persistent and / session, own and / or installed by third parties]. Persistent cookies help us to recognize you as an existing user, which facilitates your return to our website or interaction with our services without logging back in. Once you sign in, a persistent cookie remains in your browser and will be read when you return to one of our websites or a partner website that uses our services (for example, our distribution or job application buttons) . Session cookies are only active during a session (usually a regular visit to a website or browser session). There are several types of cookies, as follows: Strictly necessary These cookies are essential to allow you to navigate the site and use features such as shopping pages and view the site in multiple languages. We also use these cookies to remind you what is in the shopping cart and to find out whether or not you are connected to the website. Performance These cookies collect information about how you use the website, such as pages you’ve visited and errors. All information collected by these cookies is anonymous and is used only to provide us with data about how the website is used. This data is not used to direct your advertising when you visit other websites. Functional These cookies allow the site to provide services and retain elements of your visit to improve your experience.
These cookies do not collect information that could identify you. We use these cookies to perform functions, such as preventing you from submitting a survey that you have completed or declined. Targeting These cookies are used to make the ads you see more relevant to your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times you see an ad and to help measure the effectiveness of your advertising campaign.
Preferences, functionalities and services Cookies can tell us which language you prefer and what your communication preferences are. Cookies can make it easier for you to fill out forms on the website. Cookies can also provide you with features, information and personalized content using our plugins. Settings that allow our products to operate properly or that preserve your preferences over time can be stored on your device.
For example, if you enter your city or zip code on a website to receive local news or weather information, we may store this data in a cookie so that when you return to that website, you can see relevant local information. We also save your preferences, such as language, browser, and media player settings, so that they don’t need to be reset every time you return to the website.
6. When do we place cookies?
7. What is the lifespan of a cookie?
The lifespan of a cookie can vary significantly, depending on the purpose for which it is placed. One cookie per session will expire at the end of the session, and one permanent cookie will expire in a longer period. The lifetime of a cookie is not imposed on any user. They can be locked or deleted at any time via browser settings. The lifetime of each cookie is in the cookie list at the end of this document.
8. What type of information is stored and accessed through cookies?
The cookies themselves do not request or hold any personal information. They cannot personally identify an internet user. Personal data can be collected by using cookies only to facilitate certain functionalities for the user, improving the Internet browsing experience (for example: the settings of the language in which you want to access a website; keeping a user logged in). For details on the processing of your personal data, please see the Personal Data Processing Policy available at the following link: click here Such data is encrypted in a way that makes it impossible for unauthorized persons to access it. If a cookie processes personal data, we will ensure that the processing will be carried out in accordance with applicable law and Regulation (EU) no. 679/2016 (GDPR).
9. What are third-party cookies? (“Third party cookies module”)
In addition to the cookies that the website creates when you visit our websites, third parties may also create cookies while you visit our websites. In some cases, this is because we have hired third parties to provide services. on our behalf, such as website analysis. In other cases, our web pages provide content or advertisements from third parties, such as videos, news, or advertisements delivered by other advertising networks. Because your browser connects to these third-party web servers to retrieve content, those third parties may create or read their own cookies on your device and collect information about your online activities on various websites or online services. Third parties / Third Party Providers must also comply with applicable law and the privacy policies of the website owner.
10. Cookie control
11. What do you do if you do not want to set cookies or if you want to delete them?
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
- Safari (Desktop)
- Safari (Mobile)
- Android browser
- Opera House
- Opera Mobile
For other browsers, please refer to the documentation provided by the browser manufacturer. To learn more about cookies, including how to view the types of cookies that have been installed, and how to manage and delete them, visit:
12. Other useful resources
- European Alliance for Interactive Digital Advertising (EU)
- Internet Advertising Agency (USA)
- Internet Advertising Agency (U.E.)
13. Cookies we use:
The necessary cookies help to make a site usable by activating basic functions, such as page navigation and access to secure areas on the site. The site cannot function properly without these cookies.