WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A cookie is a very small file that is downloaded to the user’s computer / smartphone / tablet when accessing certain web pages, it is used to store and retrieve information on said device’s browsing behaviour. To know more about cookies, you may access the following link.
WHAT ARE COOKIES FOR?
By recording your preferences, we will know the characteristics of the computer you are using enabling us to offer you a better browsing experience. Cookies can help our website distinguish the user as a previous visitor and thus save and record the preferences that may have been established while the user was browsing the site, customize the home page, identify which sectors of the site have been visited or keep track of selections in a “shopping cart”.
They can also be used to obtain information about the traffic within the site itself and estimate the number of visits made.
TYPES AND PURPOSES OF COOKIES
Below you will find a list of the cookies you can find on our website and a brief description of their purpose. We assure you that none of them retain personally identifiable information about you. Some cookies personalize your visit, others record your preferences, while others only provide us with visitor statistics.
|COOKIE NAME||DEFAULT DURATION||DESCRIPTION|
|__utmt||10 minutes||It is used to limit the percentage of requests.|
|__utmc||End of browser session||It is not used in ga.js. It is configured to interact with urchin.js. Previously, this cookie acted in conjunction with the __utmb cookie to determine if the user was in a new session or visit.|
|__utmv||Two years from its configuration or update||It is used to store data on personalized visitor variables. This cookie is created when a developer uses the _setCustomVar method with a visitor custom variable. It was also used for the removed _setVar method. The cookie is updated every time data is sent to Google Analytics.|
Most browsers offer several privacy features designed to give you control.
Here are some of the most important ones you can use.
Do Not Track
With this feature enabled, your browser will tell third-party social sharing services, publishers, analytics providers, advertisers, and networks that you explicitly do not want them to track you.
Learn how to activate Do Not Track in Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer / Edge and Safari.
Many browsers allow you to activate a private mode that always deletes cookies after your visit. Here’s how to use Private Browsing in each of the most common browsers:
More privacy settings
Many browsers offer several privacy settings to help you stay in control. You can find them here: