store information in some small text–files on your computer.
These files are called cookies.
The cookies we use are of two types:
1 – OPERATING COOKIES
2 – GOOGLE ANALYTICS COOKIES
However there are different types of cookies, and you can specify whether the computer can save all types of cookies, some types or none. If you do not accept any type of cookie, you may not be able to view some Web sites and to take advantage of the customization features.
A cookie is a file created by an Internet site to store information about the user in the system, such as expressed by user preferences when browsing the site. If, for example, the user performs a relative search time of a flight at an airline’s Web site, the site might create a cookie that contains the user’s itinerary. Or the cookie may contain a record of the pages you visit within the site. This information will be used by the site to customize the display that will be presented to the user at the next visit.
Cookies can also be stored in the personal identity information. The personal identity information is information that can be used to identify or contact a person, such as name, email address, home or office address or phone number. In any case, a Web site can access only the information provided by the user personally. For example, a website can not detect the e-mail address, unless the user does not provide it directly, nor can access more information on the user’s computer.
The cookie stored on your computer can be read only by the website that created them, the files containing them are in fact the name consists of the URL of the Web site that created them.
PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY COOKIES
A persistent cookie remains stored as files on your computer even after the browser is closed and may be read by the Web site that created the next visit to the site by the user.
A temporary cookie is stored only for the duration of the session in progress and is removed from the computer at the end of the session: this closure can be caused by a specific command, by closing the browser or by the use of a different URL from the site It generated the cookie.
FIRST AND THIRD-PARTY COOKIES
First Party Cookies are created by the displayed Web site, or sent to it, and are typically used to store information such as user preferences that are visiting the site.
Some cookies are potentially dangerous because they can allow access to personal information that could be used for ulterior purposes without your consent.
Browsers can be configured to control the arrival of cookies, generally the configuration option to disable the arrival of cookies is related to privacy management.