What is a Cookie?
Cookies are small files sent by a website in the navigation software (browser) of the computers used by visitors to the site. Cookies record information about the pages viewed, the duration of the visit and the information left voluntarily and knowingly by the visitor. The contents of the cookies are recovered automatically from the website during a subsequent visit.
Which Cookies do we use?
Cookies allow Unilabors to gather information such as the type of browser used, the time spent on the website, the pages visited, the language preferences and the route taken. Below are set out the various types of cookie used for the website.
- Technical Cookies
Technical cookies are an essential part of the website, allowing the user to move about on the site and to use its services and functions. Unilabor uses the information for reasons of security, to facilitate navigation, to recognize the User when he/she returns to the site and to display information effectively. Without these cookies, the website or some parts of it would not function properly. Therefore, they are always used, irrespective of the preferences of the User.
- Cookie Analytics
Cookies of this kind are used to gather information on how the User utilizes the website. Unilabor uses this information to analyze statistics, to improve the website and simplify its use, as well as to monitor its proper functioning. These cookies gather information on how the User got to the website, the pages visited and may also include user details such as IP address, domain or browser, but are analyzed in a way that ensures user anonymity.
- Third-party Cookies
The website includes some third-party cookies which are activated when the user clicks on “I ACCEPT” on the banner or by selecting an element on a page including the banner. Details are provided on each third-party cookie as well as links with further information and instructions on how to deactivate these cookies.
– Privacy: https://support.google.com/analytics/topic/2919631?hl=it&ref_topic=1008008
Most browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, etc.) accept cookies. The cookies memorized on the User hard disc may be deleted and can be disabled following the instructions on leading browsers.