But what are cookies?
Taken from the English term "magic cookies", they are small text files whose mission is to collect data and keep them in memory, not for the purpose of surveillance or suspicion at a distance but to facilitate the often tedious path of browsing the Internet to send the best services that the visiting Internet surfer needs. These cookies also record user data, those that identify themselves during visits to a site and are also used to count the number of passages, on a day, a month or more of visitors, to survey attendance to "said"site in question.
Should we accept or refuse the cookies?
Yes and no.
Enabling or disabling cookies is a matter of personal choice and each browser allows you to do it through the "Help Menu" used in the management of the cookies.
You can also clean the computer by clearing out its cookies, once the site has been visited and the information received, in order not to leave any trace of one’s passage on the site concerned.
Third Party Cookies used on this site:
• Google Analytics: This site uses Google Analytics which is one of the most widespread and trusted analytics solution on the web for helping us to understand how you use the site and ways that we can improve your experience. These cookies may track things such as how long you spend on the site and the pages that you visit so we can continue to produce engaging content. No Personal Data is collected on our Google Analytics Account, meaning that there is no way we can track who has been on our site. For more information on Google Analytics cookies, see the official Google Analytics page.
• Google Adwords Remarketing: We use Google AdWords Remarketing to advertise across the Internet. AdWords remarketing will display relevant ads based on what parts of the website you have viewed by placing a cookie on your computer. THIS COOKIE DOES NOT IN ANYWAY IDENTIFY YOU OR GIVE ACCESS TO YOUR COMPUTER The cookie is used to say “This person visited this page, so show them ads relating to that page.” Google AdWords Remarketing allows us to tailor our marketing to better suit your needs and only display ads that are relevant to you.
• Facebook: Custom Audience Pixel (Custom Audience from Your Website): A custom audience pixel is a tiny piece of Java script code that we have incorporated into each of our web pages. This piece of code provides a series of functions for transmitting application-specific events and user-defined data to Facebook. We use custom audience pixels to record information about the way visitors use our website. For this reason, each of our web pages contains a custom audience pixel. This pixel records information about the user's browser session, which it sends to Facebook, along with a hashed version of the Facebook ID and the URL viewed. Every Facebook user has a unique, device-independent Facebook ID that allows us to address and recognise users across a range of devices using the Facebook social network, so that we can address our visitors for commercial purposes using Facebook ads.