Cookies are small text files that contain information stored in your computer’s web browser and can be removed at any time. They can help us identify your computer the next time you visit our site or to activate some features on our web pages. Cookies are classified in the following categories:
- Essential Cookies
- Session cookies
- Performance Cookies
- Targeting / Advertising Cookies
These cookies are essential for the proper operation of the. They are used exclusively for the transmission of communications on an electronic communications network or, when is strictly necessary, to a service provider which has explicitly requested the party or user to provide this service. They are technically necessary for the operation of the site and you cannot reject them.
Session cookies are temporarily stored on your computer or device during a session and are deleted with the end of the session.
Performance cookies are used to record information about your site navigation. This has the effect of adjusting the areas of our page to your needs and thus maintaining the level of navigation experience. These cookies collect aggregate, anonymous information that does not identify a visitor. Are also used for useful reports to improve site’s performance.
TARGETING / ADVERTISING COOKIES
Targeting and advertising cookies are used to deliver the content that suits you and your interests. They can be used to send targeted ads/offers, limit ad impressions, or measure an ad campaign’s effectiveness. By choosing these cookies, you can see targeted ads on our site depending on your preferences and interests. These ads are displayed by third parties, inside and outside of our webpage.
Most internet browsers allow automatic cookies acceptance. However, you can change the settings to block getting cookies on your device or to enable only certain categories to be downloaded. Please note that if navigational or functional cookies are disabled or removed, some of the site’s features may not work as intended. To manage and disable cookies, follow the instructions in the chart below:
Web beacons – (also known as “clear GIF” or “tracking pixels”) can inform us about: How many people visit our site, if they are single-time visitors or frequent visitors, and for how long, from online advertising campaigns and other similar site usage data. When used in an e-mail message, web beacons can tell us when the e-mail was opened, whether and how many times it was pushed, and to which link the users click through the e-mail. Based on this information, we can customize the content, products, services and offers we provide to meet your interests and to inform you about products, services and/or special offers that may interest you.
Log Files – are files that capture web activity and collect non-personal statistics about your visit or the use of our site. Logs can help us to record, among others: (i) your IP address, which is a unique set of numbers assigned to your computer by your ISP (note that depending on the ISP your computer may be different each time you connect to the Internet), (ii) the type of browser and operating system you are using and (iii) other information about your online visit, such as the URL from which you came to our site, the date and time you visited our site. In addition to using this information to better understand how our website is used, we can use information captured by logs such as an IP address (along with your personal information) to address technical problems, preserve Internet security and prohibit or restrict access to our online services to certain users.
We reserve the right to change or renew this notice of privacy and cookies at any time and any changes we may make in the future will be published on this page. Check frequently to see any updates or changes to this privacy and cookie notification. You will find the date of the last update at the top of this page.