“Cookies” are a tool used by web providers in order to store and retrieve information concerning their visitors and users.
A cookie is a text file installed by some servers on the user’s device and granting information the likes of: access route to the webpage, connection time, device used (desktop or mobile), operative system, browser, most visited pages, number of clicks during the visit and similar data regarding user behaviour.
Nothing from the collected data allows for the name and surname of the user to be known and neither are his or her device’s stored data accessed. All cookies are virus-free and cannot be read by third parties from other servers.
Why are cookies important?
This webpage is accessible even if cookies have not yet been activated, yet their deactivation can hinder proper rendition of the webpage.
From a technical standpoint cookies help webpages run faster and adapt to users’ preferences in, for example, language, types of currency to be displayed or which design fits best the users’ device. They also establish the proper level of protection and security needed and halt or hinder cyberattacks against the website and its users. They likewise allow webpage managers to compile statistical data to further improve the quality and the experience of the services provided. Finally, they help optimizing the advertisement shown to users and to select which ones adjust best to their interests.
We also use session cookies so that repeated visitors are not confused with new visitors and for the stated preferences of past visitors to be remembered, all aimed at making the visit faster and smoother by optimizing the website to the biggest possible extent. All data compiled are encrypted by Let’s Encrypt Authority x3.
If you needed more information about how to revoke previously given consent and how to disable cookies, as well as any other question regarding our cookies policy, you may write us to the following e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org indicating “cookies policy” in the title.