Like most large websites, so that our site can function properly, we install small files called cookies or connection logs on your computer or mobile device.
What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that a website installs on your computer or mobile device when you visit it. These files allow the website to "remember" for a certain period of time its actions and preferences, such as the username, the language chosen, the size of the characters and other display settings. That is why when you go through the pages of a site or return to a site that you have visited, you do not normally have to re-type your preferences when you return to a site.
a) Identification and internal operation cookie (Session ID);
(b) Cookie collecting anonymous browsing information and use of the website;
c) Language selector cookie;
d) Search service cookie;
e) Social networking cookies (example: Facebook, Google Plus, and the like).
In addition, some videos embedded on our pages use a cookie to collect anonymous statistics about how people came to them and what videos they viewed.
The activation of cookies is not indispensable for a website to work, but it facilitates navigation. Cookies can be deleted or blocked, but doing so may disable some features of the site.
Information associated with cookies is not used to personally identify users.
Do we use other cookies?
How to control cookies?
You can control and / or delete the cookies you want. For more information, see aboutcookies.org. You can delete all cookies already installed on your computer or mobile device or activate an option available in most browser programs that prevents it from being installed. But if you do, you may have to manually configure some preferences whenever you visit a site and run the risk of disabling certain services and features.