What is a cookie?
A “cookie” is a small amount of text that is stored on your browser (such as Google Chrome or Apple Safari) when you browse on most websites.
What information is stored in a cookie?
Cookies do not usually store sensitive information about you such as your credit card or bank account information, photographs or personal information, etc. The data they store are technical, statistical, personal preferences, content customization, etc.
The web server will not associate you as a person but rather your web browser. In fact, if you typically use Chrome and switch to Firefox, you’ll notice that when you visit a website it won’t recognize you as the same person because it actually associates data to the browser, not the person.
What types of cookies are there?
- Technical cookies: They are the most basic and allow, among other things, determining when a human or an automated application is browsing and when an anonymous user or a registered user is browsing—basic tasks for managing any dynamic website.
- Cookies analysis: They collect information on the type of browsing, the sections most used, products checked, time period of use, language, etc.
What are proprietary and third-party cookies?
Proprietary cookies are those generated by the page you’re visiting and third-party cookies are created by external services or providers.
What cookies does this site use?
This website uses proprietary and third-party cookies. This website uses the following cookies listed below:
Preferences: Cookies remember your settings and preferences such as preferred language and your privacy settings.
This site uses analytical services, specifically Google Analytics, to help analyse how users use the website and improve its usability, but in no case are they associated with data that might identify the user. Google Analytics is a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. The user can check the type of cookies used by Google here .
As an Internet user, at any time you can proceed to delete the data reflecting your browsing habits and the related profile that generated the aforementioned habits by accessing directly and for free: https://www.google.com/settings/ads/preferences?hl=en. If a user disables this function, the unique DoubleClick cookie ID on the user’s browser is overwritten with the “OPT_OUT” phrase. Because there is no longer a unique cookie ID, the opt-out cookie cannot be associated with a particular browser.
Can I delete cookies?
Yes, and not only remove but also block generally or specifically to a specific domain.
To delete cookies from a website, go to your browser settings. There you can find the cookies associated to the site in question and delete them.
- Cookies settings for Google Chrome
- Cookies settings for Apple Safari
- Cookies settings for Internet Explorer
- Cookies settings for Mozilla Firefox
More information about cookies
If you wish to have more control over the installation of cookies, you can install programs or add-ons to your browser—tools known as “Do Not Track”—which allow you to choose what Cookies you allow.
This cookies policy was last updated on November 23th 2023.