What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that some platforms, such as web pages, can store on the user's computer, smart phone or tablet through the web browser and can only be read by the website that transferred it to the computer.
Cookies can be either temporary (or "session"), which are in use only during your visit to our website and are deleted when you close your browser, or permanent, which remain in the permanent storage of your device when you leave the website until you manually delete them or the browser deletes them after a period of time.
Why are they important?
Cookies are useful for several reasons. From a technical point of view, they allow web pages to function more smoothly, such as storing your session data, shopping cart items, etc. They also help website managers to improve their services, thanks to the statistical information they collect through them.
What kind of cookies does this website use?
On this page we use the following types of cookies:
Technical cookies: these allow you to navigate through the website and use the different services it offers, such as, for example, being able to carry out the process of purchasing an order or being able to access your personal user area to modify/rectify your personal data or consult your order history. This cookie is temporary, unless the user, during the identification process, expresses the wish to remain logged in at the end of the browser session.
Statistical analysis cookies: these allow us to quantify the number of visitors and to statistically analyse 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 or services we offer. The information that is stored on your computer through this mechanism consists solely of a number that identifies a user (it does not contain any personal data) that will allow us to recognise you on your next visits to our website.
How can I configure them?
Most web browsers allow you to manage your cookie preferences. You can set your browser to reject cookies or delete certain cookies. You should also generally be able to manage similar technologies in the same way that you manage cookies - using your browser preferences. The following links show you how to adjust the browser settings of commonly used browsers: