What are cookies?
Cookies are text files for your use of the websites that your device stores for a certain period of time through your browser. This allows the website to "remember" your actions and preferences. These stored information are generic (location of the device that accessed the website, time of access, etc.), and are used only for statistical analysis and not for profiling visitors.
Types of cookies used
Essential Cookies: These are used to access specific areas of our site. These are necessary for the operation of some of the areas of the website, but are not used in any way to personally identify you. Essential cookies are temporary and are automatically deleted once you leave the site.
Functionality Cookies: Allows you to remember your preferences in order to improve the user experience on the website. They are not necessary for the operation of the website and do not store personal data of the visitors. Example: remember the name of the user each time the user accesses the site.
Analytic Cookies: These are used to analyze how users use the site and to monitor the site's performance, not collecting personal information. Example: Determine which website pages are most popular.
Third Party Cookies: These are configured on our website and belong to partner companies (eg Facebook or advertisers), which are aimed at measuring the success of applications and the effectiveness of their advertising. Example: If you use a social network tool (eg Facebook "Taste" or "Share") on this website, this cookie will record the use of this tool and the social network (Facebook in this case) may collect this information.
Advertising Cookies: These are used to target advertising based on user interests and activity, helping to measure advertising effectiveness and limiting the number of times each ad can be viewed by visitors. They do not allow you to identify the user.
How to control / block cookies
The visitor may, at any time, from their internet browser decide to be notified about the receipt of Cookies. You may also decide to block Cookies from entering your system, and it is important to note that by blocking Cookies, you run the risk that the website will not function properly. For more information about checking, deleting and / or blocking cookies, you can consult your browser's help or go to AllAboutCookies.org.
Google Analytics Cookies
Google Analytics also uses a cookie system that is responsible for analyzing user / visitor usage data. This data is stored by Google in the United States of America and may be transmitted to third parties. The configuration of cookies may be prevented by the owner of the data on our website, through an adjustment to the used web browser (as indicated above) and the cookies already used by Google Analytics can be deleted at any time through the web browser or other software programs. In addition, the data subject may object to the data collection generated by Google Analytics and the processing of data by downloading and installing a browser add-on at tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout. This add-on works as an objection to Google's use of visitor data. If the incumbent's information technology system is subsequently deleted, formatted, or newly installed, it must again install the add-on so that its data is not analyzed by Google Analytics. If the add-in is disabled, it is also possible to perform a reactivation or reinstallation of it.