Cookies are called a few files that are recorded in the browser used by each visitor of our website so that the server can remember the visit of that user later when he regains access to our contents. This information does not reveal your identity, nor any personal data, nor access the content stored on your pc, but it does allow our system to identify you as a particular user who has previously visited the web, viewed certain pages, etc. And also allows you to save your personal preferences and technical information such as the visits made or specific pages you visit.
If you do not want cookies stored in your browser or prefer to receive information every time a cookie requests to install, you can configure your browsing options to be done that way. Most browsers allow the management of cookies in 3 different ways:
Cookies are always rejected;
The browser asks if the user wants to install each cookie;
Cookies are always accepted;
Your browser may also include the ability to select in detail the cookies that you want to be installed on your computer. In particular, the user can normally accept any of the following options:
- Reject cookies from certain domains;
- Reject third party cookies;
- Accept cookies as non-persistent (removed when browser closes);
Allow the server to create cookies for a different domain.You can find information on how to configure the most used browsers in the following locations:
- Chrome from http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=95647
- Explorer, from http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/how-to-manage-cookies-internet-explorer-9
- Firefox, from http://support.mozilla.org/en/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-that-the-sites-we
- Safari, from http://support.apple.com/kb/ph5042
Regarding the cookies of third parties, that is to say those that are outside our website, we can not be responsible for the content and veracity of the privacy policies that they include so the information we offer is always with reference to the source. In case of doubt go to the webmaster of the domain creator of the cookie.
We have 9 types of third-party cookies, corresponding to: Google analytics, Google plus, Twitter button and box, Linkedin, Facebook 2, Nrelated and Scorecard. All of them are used to report statistics to such third parties.