The purpose of our Cookies Policy is to provide full and clear information on the operation and purpose of the cookies used on our Website. If you would like any further information on cookies, you can email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- identifying problems to improve our Website
- helping to improve the browsing experience
- providing an improved Website experience for users
- distinguishing you from other users
Types of cookies
Our Website uses first-party and third-party cookies, with different purposes, specifically:
These are sent to your computer and are managed exclusively by us to help ensure that the Website runs properly. These cookies remain in your browser, enabling us to identify you as a repeat user of the Website and to personalise its content to provide you with content that matches your preferences.
Third-party cookies are those established by a domain other than our Website. We cannot access data stored in cookies from other websites when you browse said websites, such as when accessing social networks or videos hosted on third-party websites.
Analytical cookies (from third parties)
We use Google Analytics, a web analysis tool by Google that enables us to obtain information on how users of our Website interact. It also enables cookies on the Website domain where the user is browsing and uses them to gather information anonymously and prepare trend reports on the Website without identifying individual users. More information on Google Analytics cookies and how they work can be found at the following website:
By browsing and continuing to access our Website, you give your consent for the cookies mentioned above to be used, under the terms set out in this Cookies Policy.
If you wish to revoke your informed consent regarding our cookies policy, you must remove them from your device via the settings in your internet browsers. These are the links for the different browsers that provide information on cookies:
We recommend that you review this policy each time you access our Website, to ensure you are fully informed about any possible changes.