A cookie is a small file stored on the user’s computer that allows us to recognize the user. Cookies help us improve the quality of our website by allowing us to identify which pages users find useful (or not).
Cookies are essential in order for the Internet to operate properly. They provide countless benefits for interactive services by making our website easier to navigate and improving its usability. Keep in mind that cookies cannot damage your computer and that enabling them helps us detect and fix errors.
The information provided below will help you understand the different types of cookies that exist.
_ Session cookies: These are temporary cookies that remain in your browser’s cookie folder until you leave the website. They are never registered in the user’s hard drive. The information obtained from these cookies is used to analyze site traffic. In the long term, this allows us to provide a better experience by improving the site’s content and making it easier to use.
_ Persistent cookies: These are stored on the hard drive and our website reads them whenever you visit. A persistent cookie has a specific expiration date. The cookie will stop working after that date.
Below is a list of the main cookies used in our website, including:
_ Cookies that are strictly necessary, such as those that allow effective browsing or the execution of services requested by users or that make sure page content is loaded effectively.
_ Third-party cookies, such as those used by social networks or external content accessories.
_ Analytical cookies for periodic maintenance purposes. In order to guarantee the best service possible for users, websites frequently use analytical cookies to collect statistical data on user activity.
Additional guarantees – Cookie management:
As an additional guarantee, aside from the aforementioned items, cookie registration may be subject to your approval when installing or updating the browser in question, and this acceptance may be revoked at any time through the content and privacy configuration options available.
Many browsers offer a private mode in which cookies are always erased after your visit. Depending on each browser, this private mode may have a different name. Below is a list of the most common browsers and the different names used for this “private mode”:
Internet Explorer 8 or newer; InPrivate Safari 2 or newer; Private Browsing
Opera 10.5 or newer; Private Browsing FireFox 3.5 or newer; Private Browsing Google Chrome 10 or newer; Incognito
Important: Please carefully read your browser’s help section for additional information on how to activate the “private mode”. You will be able to continue visiting our website even if your browser is set to “private mode”. However, the browsing experience may not be optimal and some features may not work properly.