A cookie is a small file that will be stored on your computer in the browser when certain internet pages are accessed. A cookie does not contain or gather information independently, but only when it is read by a web browser. The cookie may provide information to facilitate the adaptation of the service to the user by recording, among other things, the user's preferences, detecting errors or collecting data for statistical purposes.
A cookie will not damage your computer or store any personally identifiable information. To use our website fully, essential cookies must be installed. However, you can disable optional cookies, using the banner with cookie preferences configuration.
A) PERSISTENT COOKIES
Persistent Cookies are stored on your device to help remember information, settings, preferences, or sign-on credentials that you have previously saved. This helps create a convenient and faster website experience. These cookies have an expiration date issued by the webserver. Basically, this type of cookie is saved on your computer so when you close it and start it up again, the cookie is still there. Once the expiration date is reached, it is destroyed by the owner of the website. Persistent cookies track visitors as they move around the website to figure out what people like about the website to help improve the user experience. The most popular persistent cookie is a Google Analytics cookie.
B) SESSION COOKIES
Session Cookies also called Non-Persistent Cookies or Temporary Cookies, are stored in memory, and never written to the disk. Session cookies remain active as long as the browser remains active – once the browser is closed, the cookies vanish. Session cookies allow you to use the essential features of the site, such as the storage of information from a form that you fill. Furthermore, they help by reducing the need to transfer information over the Internet. These cookies are not saved to your computer and will expire upon closing your browser.
The first time you visit the Site, a cookie banner notice informs you of the presence of Optional Cookies and you will be invited to specify your preferences.
You have the possibility to restrict or block cookies, or even delete the ones already installed in your personal device. in this case, you may no longer be able to access certain sections of the website. For example, you can receive a message that you have never visited our website before, in which case the Cookie Notice will also be displayed, requesting your consent for cookie storage.
You can restrict or block cookies by changing your browser settings. Check the specific information in the "help" section of your browser to find out how you can manage your cookie settings.