What are cookies?
Cookies are small files stored on your electronic device that enable web pages to function, in this case they are downloaded by the web page manager. For example, cookies are used to provide the service expressly requested by the user, to identify their devices, to ensure their access to the website, to store and retrieve information regarding the navigation carried out from the said device and may be updated and retrieved. Cookies normally contain the name of the website that installed them, the length of time they remain activated on the device or terminal computer, and their unique identification number.
Cookies let us recognise the user's device and allow us to remember their preferences from their history of visits to the website. Cookies allow the user to navigate through the website and improve the use of it. Some cookies are essential in order to use all the functions of the service provided by the visited website.
Cookies are automatically deleted when a browser is closed, however, the information collected remains on the user's device even when it is turned off (this, among other purposes, allows for the service settings made by the user to be saved when visiting the website again).
What are cookies used for?
Cookies are used to enable user navigation on the website, to collect information about visitors and to store information about their preferences. Cookies are also used to improve the website's operation and to provide a better service to users.
What kind of cookies do we use?
• Personalisation Cookies: We use personalisation cookies to:
To recognise you if you have visited the website before, and to remember your preferences from previous visits, such as your last searches. We customise your experience on our website, for example, by showing you offers on our home page or in emails that are more relevant for you based on your previous visits.
Improving the website. We collect information about website usage to understand which functionalities are useful to our users.
• Ad personalisation cookies: We use this type of cookies to recognise you if you have used our services on another device. We combine information received from multiple devices to helps us determine if you are using a new device, so that we can continue to provide you with a personalised experience on the website. To allow you to post on social networks and other platforms, for example, to allow you to access a particular social network to post a comment or a "like". To collect information for advertising on the website and on third party sites that you may visit. This information is based on your preferences and your use of the website.
This document may be modified from time to time due to changes in service or cookie regulations. We therefore recommend that you check it regularly for updated information on Cookies.
Most browsers allow you to control cookies in their settings. However, if you limit websites from setting cookies, you may worsen your overall user experience, as it will not be personalised. You may not be able to save custom settings like your login information.
Can cookies be disabled?
To let us know that you have marked the opt-out option, we need to set this option on your electronic device so that no other cookies are stored the next time you visit the website. If you do not want to receive cookies, you can also change your browser settings on your computer or other electronic device that you are using to access the website.
If the user does not allow cookies to be installed on their browser, it is possible that the user will not be able to access some sections of the website. For example, if the user blocks or rejects the possibility of accepting Cookies, they will not be able to use the service's functions required to log in.
In the following links you will find all the information to configure or disable cookies in each browser: