Cookie Policy

Policy document updated 1st November 2023

What are Cookies?

Cookies are small text files sent to your computer or mobile device when you visit websites. Cookies help websites store and retrieve information about your browsing habits to personalize navigation according to your preferences.

What Types of Cookies Does Our Website Use?

  • Session Cookies: These are temporary cookies that remain in the browser’s cookie file until you leave the website, so there is no record on the user’s hard drive. The information collected by these cookies is used to analyze traffic patterns on the site. Ultimately, this allows us to improve the content and usability of the site.
  • Analytical Cookies: These, whether processed by us or third parties, allow us to quantify the number of users and perform the measurement and statistical analysis of how users use the offered service. We examine your navigation on our site, aiming to improve the services we provide you.
  • Advertising Cookies: These, processed by us or third parties, allow us to manage the offer of advertising spaces on the site more effectively by analyzing your browsing habits and showing you advertising related to your browsing profile.

What Cookies Do We Use on Our Site?

First-Party Cookies:

  • Session storage information to display pages more quickly.
  • Indicate whether you are currently logged into the site.
  • Session IDs on the server.
  • Search information.
  • Indicate whether the user authorizes the use of cookies.

Third-Party Cookies:

  • Used to distinguish users and sessions.
  • Used to determine new visits, and sessions.
  • Store traffic source to explain how the user arrives at the site.
  • Used to identify users and prevent fraudulent use of user data and protect user data from third parties.
  • Used to personalize advertising on Publisher networks.
  • Allow the site to remember navigation preferences, language, region.

Others:

  • Web analytics and videos.
  • Determines which server shows the information to the user.
  • Tracks active sessions.
  • Determines if cookies are active.
  • Measures user response time.
  • Identifies how many times a user has visited us.
  • Lets us know if it is the user’s first visit to the site or not.

What Does Not Authorizing the Use of Cookies Imply?

If you prefer not to allow cookies, you can disable cookies in the web browser you are using, but please note that this may prevent some web pages from being displayed correctly.

How to Configure My Browser?

Google Chrome:

  1. Click on the Google Chrome menu icon.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. At the bottom of the page, click on Show advanced settings.
  4. In the “Privacy” section, click on Content settings.
  5. To enable or disable cookies:
  6. To enable cookies, select Allow setting local data (recommended).
  7. To disable cookies, select Block any data setting by sites.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button, then clicking on Internet Explorer.
  2. Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.
  3. Click the Privacy tab, and under Settings, move the slider to the top to block all cookies or to the bottom to allow all cookies, then click OK.

Firefox:

  1. Select Tools > Options and access the Privacy panel.
  2. In the Keep until menu, select the option they close Firefox.
  3. To allow trusted sites to store permanent cookies (for example, to allow automatic authentication on a particular site), press Exceptions…, enter the site address, and press Allow.

Safari:

  1. Click on “Edit”;
  2. Select “Preferences”;
  3. In the top panel, select the “Security” icon;
  4. In the “Accept Cookies” section, select “Never”.

Opera:

  1. Click on Settings
  2. Select Preferences > Advanced > Cookies > Enable or disable cookies

Please note, changes to the settings may affect the functionality and features available on our website. It is recommended to check these settings regularly as updates may affect cookie preferences.