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Cookies are a central point of efficient Internet operation, helping generate a friendly browsing experience that is adapted to the preferences and interests of every user. If Cookies are deactivated, this may render certain website functionalities impossible to use.
Do Cookies contain personal data?
Certain Cookies on your terminal may collect data concerning the device you are using (e.g. MAC address, operating system being used) or data concerning your activity on the website. The data that are collected by Cookies are encrypted in a way that renders impossible the access of unauthorized persons to them.
What are Cookies used for?
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What Cookies do we use?
We use several types of Cookies, which may be classified in session Cookies or persistent Cookies, depending on their term of storage. Session Cookies are temporary files that remain in the user’s device until the session ends or the app (web browser) is closed, when they are permanently deleted. Persistent Cookies remain on the user’s terminal for a term that is defined by Cookie parameters or until they are deleted manually from the web browser.
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