What are cookies?
Cookies are files that are sent to your browser and are installed on the device from which you are navigating in order to save information that can than be retrieved at a later time. This type of technology is essential for the correct functioning, integrity, availability and relevancy of contents of this website and it offers you several advantages pertaining to the services offered, simplifying navigation and usability. Cookies cannot read any information on your device, nor will they damage or modify the information saved on it.
What types of cookies does this website use?
The information that follows will help you understand what are the different types of cookies that are installed through the different pages of the website. We will also inform you regarding the cookies that our partners or third parties that work with us may install.
In order to implement our users experience, we also use Hotjar. Hotjar is a technology service that helps us better understand our users' experience (e.g. how much time they spend on which pages, which links they choose to click, what users do and don’t like, etc.) and this enables us to build and maintain our service with user feedback.
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Ediscom developed tracking platforms to analyze the traffic on its websites.
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FUNCTIONAL OR ADVERTISING
Advertising cookies have the objective of improving the user's experience. They allow the site to display ads that are pertinent and relevant to the user as well as avoid that a user will always see the same ad. They are necessary so that servers that disseminate advertising campaigns (adservers) know the frequency of diffusion of the campaigns. They also memorise the actions carried out by the user on the website to display more customized campaigns. These cookies sometimes are installed by third party servers or third parties mentioned in this list:
These cookies are advertising cookies. They collect and store information about the user's browsing history and session and display advertising that is directly related to the interests of the user, thanks also to previously carried out searches. These cookies usually come from automatic platforms of programmatic buying, adexchanges, DSP, SSP, DMP and other automatic trading technologies for advertising campaigns. Some of these cookies come from third parties.
Some services may use social network plugins (like Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus). If you use your account in any of these social networks, you are giving them permission to save cookies on your device. These cookies add a social component to your browsing:
How to disable cookies through the browser
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