What are cookies?
Cookies are small software files that are stored on your computer or other device used to access the internet through the browser.
Learn more about cookies here: allaboutcookies.org
What is the purpose of cookies?
Cácio, SA will not use, without previous consent, required data that is stored in cookies.
What cookies are used on the website?
This website uses first and third party cookies. The difference between these two types is that third party cookies are sent to the user’s device from equipment or a domain that is not under the control or management of Cácio, SA.
Cookies can be classified as follows:
– These are necessary to access specific areas of the website. They allow website browsing and the use of its applications, such as access to safe areas through login. These cookies do not collect user information that can be utilised for marketing purposes or to identify his visits to websites. Without these cookies, some services may not be provided.
– These are responsible for analysing how the website is used, allowing it to point out articles or services that might be of your interest, monitoring its performance and learning more about the most popular pages. Analytic cookies are only used for statistical creation and analysis.
– These allow user preferences to be remembered regarding website browsing. Consequently, it will not be necessary to reset and customise the website for each visit.
– These are responsible for targeted advertising based on the interests and habits of each user, both on and off our website. They are used to enable targeted marketing and communication actions, while helping measure advertising effectiveness.
In regards to their duration, there are:
– They are stored on your browser and on the device used for access (for example: computer, mobile or tablet) and are used every time the user visits the website again. They are generally used to guide browsing, taking into account the user’s interests, allowing Cácio, SA to provide a more customised service.
– These are generated at the time of login and are available until logout. The next time the user opens his internet browser, the cookies will no longer be there. The provided information will allow for managing sessions, identifying problems and improving the browsing experience.
How to disable cookies?