1. What are cookies?
The cookie is a special text, sent by our server to your computer and then sent back to us every time you access the Site. These modules do not contain software, viruses, spyware and cannot access the information stored on your hard disk.
2. What are cookies used for?
Cookies facilitate the recognition of the terminal from which the user accesses the site or its sub-domains, ensuring a relevant presentation of the content, adapted to the user’s previous preferences.
Cookies store information such as previous browsing preferences, language, location, privacy preferences, etc. They are also used in the preparation of aggregated anonymised statistics that facilitate understanding of the user experience on the site, allowing to improve their structure and content, excluding, in most cases, the user’s personal identification.
3. How long is a cookie?
4. Cookies used by the Site
4.1. Session cookies – these cookies are temporarily stored until the user leaves the Site; 4.2. Persistent cookies – are those stored on the hard drive of the user’s computer or other equipment used for access (eg phone, tablet, etc.);
4.3. Performance cookies – retain the user’s preferences, no need to set them to each use of the Site;
4.4. Visitor analysis cookies – a third party generates a cookie to monitor unique visitors and frequency of visits;
4.5. Geo-targeting cookies – set the geographical coordinates of the users;
5. Cookies placed by third parties
A visit to the Site may place cookies for the following purposes: – your authentication and identification on the Site; – use of the Site (eg the “product comparisons” section); – analyze the site of the visitors; -evaluation of how you use the Site so that we can improve it; – withholding your preferences when using the Website; – geo-targetting (user analysis by geographical coordinates); – advertising (advertising banners).
7. Ways to stop / delete cookies