Cookies are IT data saved in files and stored on the User’s own device, sent by the browser to the server at every connection with the service from a given end device (i.e., a computer, tablet, smartphone, etc.).
Usually, a cookie contains the name of the website it comes from, its usage duration, a generated unique identification number of the browser connecting to the internet page, and other useful pieces of information.
The entity that places cookie files on the User’s final device and obtains access to it is the Administrator.
conducting online shopping,
enabling a faster connection and easier use of the website,
ensuring security when using the Service,
personalisation of content and of ads, and,
analysing traffic on the website.
While using the internet page, two types of cookie files are generated: ‘session cookies’ and ‘permanent cookies’. The first ones are temporary files stored only on the User’s end device until logout, leaving the page, or exiting the software (internet browser). ‘Permanent cookies’ are stored on the User’s end device for a period specified by the cookies’ parameters or until they are removed by the User.
The software used to browse internet pages (browser) by default usually allows cookies to be stored on the User’s end device. The user can change the cookies setting of their own device. The browser also allows the User to remove cookies. It is also possible to automatically block cookies. Detailed information on the topic may be found in the ‘Help’ section or in the internet browser’s documentation.
Cookie files placed on the User’s end device may also be used by advertisers cooperating with the Administrator.
Cookies may be used by advertising networks, in particular by Google, to screen advertisements tailored to how the User uses our Service. For that purpose, the cookies may save information about the User’s navigation path or time spent on any given page.
Turning off cookies may hinder the use of certain services on the website, especially those that require the User to be logged in. Turning off the option of receiving cookies, however, still allows the User to read or look at content published on the Administrator’s website, with the exception of those parts requiring the User to be logged in.