What are cookies?
A cookie is a short text sent to your browser from a visited website. Allows the site to store information about your visit, such as your preferred language and other settings. This can facilitate your next visit and increase the usefulness of the site in your favor. Cookies play an important role. Without them, using the Web would be a much more frustrating experience.
Cookies are used for various purposes. For example, we use them to count the number of visitors we receive on a page, to help you contact us and in general to try to provide a better service. Below is a brief explanation of what types of cookies can be used.
This type of cookie allows some sections of the Site to work properly. There are two categories: Persistent and Session:
Persistent: once the browser is closed they will not be destroyed but remain up to a preset deadline
Of sessions: they are destroyed every time the browser is closed
They will then always be used and sent unless the user modifies the settings in their browser (see paragraph below) at the expense of the site’s functionality.
Cookies in this category are used to collect information about site usage. This information allows anonymous statistical analysis.
Analytical cookies are sent from the Site itself or from third-party domains.
Third party service analysis cookies
These cookies are used to collect information about the use of the Site by users in anonymous form such as visited pages, length of stay, source of origin, geographic origin, age, gender, and interest in marketing campaigns. These cookies are sent from third-party domains outside the Site.
Cookies to integrate third-party software products and features
This type of cookie integrates features developed by third parties within the Site pages such as icons and preferences expressed in social networks for sharing site content or for using third-party software services (such as software for Generate maps and additional software that provide additional services). These cookies are sent by third party domains and partner sites that offer their functionality between the pages of the Site.
These are the cookies needed to create user profiles in order to send advertisements in line with user-defined preferences within the pages of the Site.
COOKIE MANAGEMENT IN THE BROWSER
Some people prefer not to enable cookies and for that reason, almost all browsers offer the ability to handle them in a way that respects user preferences.
In some browsers, you can set rules to manage site site cookies, which gives you more control over your privacy. This means that you can disable cookies on all sites, except for those you trust.
Here are the pages on which to focus on the specific question for the most popular browsers:
All major modern browsers have a “private” browsing mode that allows you to browse sites without recording chronologies. Usually after all these cookies are destroyed, they are destroyed.
In general, it is possible to oppose the processing of personal data by major advertising providers using the following site
And following the instructions contained therein.
Please note that even if you exercise the right of opposition, you will still receive ad listings, but no more personalized ads based on your interests.
Some third-party systems using cookies provide users with tools to block the installation of their cookies. Here’s what Google has to offer to block Google Analytics-related cookies
If you have to delete cookies in the future, you will have to practice again