Cookies allow websites to recognise user devices, track their browsing across different pages, and identify returning users who visit the website again. Cookies do not contain information that personally identify users, but any personal information they allow to store may be linked to the information saved by the cookies and obtained from them.
TYPES OF COOKIES
The cookies used are divided in four large categories described below.
This type of cookie allows to identify the language selected by the user and maintain it during the browsing session. Browsing Cookies also allow to create accounts and log in. These cookies are essential to making sure the website functions correctly.
Used to keep track of items added to the basket when visiting the website or of the next visits to the website within a certain period of time. These cookies are essential to making sure the website functions correctly.
This type of cookie is used by tools that analyse web traffic, such as Google Analytics. They allow to analyse the browsing patterns of visitors to understand how they use the website. Browsing data are collected anonymously.
Used by third parties to show banners on external affiliate websites. The products shown will be similar to the ones seen on this website. Cookies may expire at the end of the browser session (the time between which the user opens a browser window and closes it), or may persist for a longer period of time.
Session cookies allow websites to link user actions during a browser session. Session cookies expire when the browser session ends and are not saved for long. Therefore, from a privacy point of view session cookies can be considered less invasive than permanent cookies.
Saved on user devices between browser sessions, they allow to save user preferences or actions in relation to a website (or in some cases in relation to more than one website).
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
Below is the list of third-party cookies and the links through which users can find more information and deactivate cookies.
Buttons and widgets on social networks
Internet browsers usually accept cookies automatically, but this function can be disabled and cookies can be removed at any time through the browser settings. The steps required to do so vary depending on the version and the type of browser used; therefore, we recommend referring to the manual or help page specific to your browser.
Microsoft Windows Explorer
Third-party cookies may also be disabled following the instructions made available directly by the third party who is also the Data Controller.