We are aware of the importance of safeguarding the privacy of personal information you provide online through browsing our website. Acting as a data controller in processing of your personal data we adopt a policy that aim to inform you on the cookies we use.
Cookies improves user experience by letting you navigate through pages efficiently, storing your user preferences and making the interaction between you and our website faster and easier. If you don’t enable cookies from our website, it might fail to recognise you. For example, every time a user logs in and move to a different tab it won’t be able to keep you logged in.
What are Cookies
Cookies are defined as tiny text files made up of letters and numbers that are sent by the website that a user visits to the user’s terminal, where they are stored and re-transmitted to the original sites on each subsequent user’s visit. Each cookie is unique to your web browser and transmits anonymous information such as site name, digits and numbers. Cookies streamline the analysis of the browser activity and indicates when specific sites are mostly visited. This allows a website to provide visitors with personalised content according to user’s expectations.
Through cookies, none of your personal information stored on your device can be accessed, cookies cannot carry internet viruses or install harmful malware to your device. Should you wish to restrict or block cookies, it might limit the services offered to you and the functions of the website.
- Transient or Session cookies: they are designed to keep your browsing session open and/ or allow you access to restricted menus. They can temporarily memorise content you insert during filling out of a form enabling you to revisit the same page during the same browsing session, without having to retype the information.
- Preference Cookies: these collect information about your personal preferences and choices and allows us to remember your language and selected products choices and customise your browsing experience accordingly.
- Profiling cookies: they build a behavioural profile of the user and can also be used to send advertising messages tailored to your specific preferences tracked during your online activity.
Our Website uses third party cookies
During your browsing experience, you can also receive cookies sent from other websites which contain elements containing information from the specific sites. The third-party cookies allow us to better understand your browsing habits. We use these cookies to gather advertising information for statistical purposes and to evaluate your interests to a specific service or content.