Last Updated: 11 August 2020
What are Cookies?
A “cookie” is a small piece of data that a website stores in a designated file on your computer, smartphone, tablet or smart tv. Cookies are commonly used to store usernames and/or passwords to facilitate access to the site. Cookies can also be used to store user preferences, login dates and times, and content viewing history. Cookies are sometimes used to store basic information about the user's or your computer's browsing habits, up to the point, as the case may be, of being able to recognize you. When you visit a website, that site can access that information which it stored in a cookie. Cookies make your online experience easier and more personalized.
What Is Server Log and Clickstream Data?
Our site’s servers automatically identify your computer by its Internet Protocol (IP) address (a unique string of numbers that is assigned to your computer by your Internet Service Provider) each time you access the site, and maintain logs of the specific content on the site that you access. Our servers also record various information pertaining to your computer configuration, including the Web browser software you use, the resolution settings of your monitor, and the website from which you were referred to us, if any. We use this information anonymously to help us determine what is the most beneficial for our users and how we can create a better overall user experience.
Browsing this Website means that the following types of cookies can be installed, both first- and third-party cookies, or session or persistent cookies, depending on how long they last on your device:
• Technical Cookies: are those that allow the user to navigate through the Website, and are used to allow its management and operation, or to know whether or not the user has granted his/her consent for the installation of cookies, etc.
• Performance improvement cookies: this type of cookie preserves your preferences for certain tools or services so that you do not have to reconfigure them each time you visit our Website and, in some cases, they may be provided by third parties. Examples include: volume of media players, item ordering preferences, or supported video playback speeds.
• Personalization cookies: are those that remember the user's preferences such as information about language selection, recognition of the settings in the use of the Website, etc..
• Statistical analysis cookies: these are cookies that, whether processed by us or by third parties, make it possible to quantify the number of visitors and to statistically analyze the use made of our services by users. Thanks to this we can study the navigation of our Website, and thus improve the range of products and/or services offered.
• Registration cookies: when you register on our Website, there are cookies that may identify you as a registered user and indicate when you have identified yourself on the Website. These cookies are used to identify your user account and associated services. These cookies are maintained as long as you do not sign out of the account, close the browser or turn off the device. These cookies can be used in combination with analytical data to individually identify your preferences on our Website.
• Advertising cookies: these are cookies that, either processed by us or by third parties, allow us to effectively manage the advertising spaces on our Website, adjusting the content of the ad to the content of the service requested or the use you make of our Website. These cookies also allow us to measure the delivery and effectiveness of the ads, identify which ads have already been shown, how often they have been shown, when and where they have been shown and whether any action has been taken in relation to them, including, for example, clicking on an ad or making a purchase. They enable us to learn about your Internet browsing habits and show you advertising related to your browsing profile. Without this type of cookie, advertising will continue to be sent, but it will be generic and not related to your interests.
Other third-party cookies: some of our pages may have third party cookies installed to manage and improve the services they offer.
Who are the recipients of the information? Where are they located?
The information collected through cookies may be used both by the Website and by third-party collaborating companies, such as operators and agents involved in advertising networks and/or advertisers, for the purposes described in the previous section.
Some of these third parties may be located in third countries whose legislation does not offer a level of data protection equivalent to that of Europe; however, you can consult the appropriate guarantees they offer to ensure that international transfers of data are carried out taking into account the rights and freedoms of the data subjects.
You can find out more about these third parties, as well as the types of cookies they install, the purposes for which they process the data, the guarantees they offer for international transfers, the retention periods, and how your preferences can be configured with respect to them, through the privacy policies available from these third-parties. We are not liable for the accuracy and content of the privacy policies offered by these partners on their websites.
We also may share aggregated or anonymized information which cannot be reasonably used to identify you in order to gather data to enhance and design our Website.
How can I set my preferences?
You can allow, block or delete cookies installed on your computer by setting your Internet browser options. If you block them, certain services that require their use may not be available to you. Below are links to information on how you can activate your preferences in the major browsers:
If you wish to contact us regarding our cookies, you may do so here or by clicking the Contact Us link found in the footer.