Cookies are small files automatically sent to your device, which are saved in the directories used by your web browser. They are harmless bits of locally memorized text that can easily be viewed and deleted. Cookies are then sent back to the
website of origin every time you visit that site or another one that recognizes the same cookie.
enable specific functions.
More specifically, our cookies are used for the following purposes:
> tracking your browsing on our website, enabling the website to remember your actions and preferences (such as login, language, font size and other viewing preferences) for a given amount of time, so that you will not need to reset
them every time you visit the same site, or as you move across different pages.
> analysing the use of services and content supplied by emmegi.com to optimize the browsing and service experience.
Types of cookies
Strictly necessary cookies:
These cookies are essential to enable the website to function correctly; they enable you to register/login and access the features reserved for you, and they enable us to monitor the website security and improve its performance, for example,
by memorizing your preferences for future visits.
There are two types:
> persistent cookies: these are not deleted when the browser is closed, but remain until a set expiration date
> session cookies: these are deleted once the browser is closed
These cookies are sent by our domain and are necessary in order to visualize the website correctly and enjoy its features; they will always be used and sent, unless the user’s browser settings are modified to block them (which will prevent
visualising the website).
Current privacy laws establish that users’ prior consent is not required for these cookies.
These cookies enable us to collect and analyse website usage and traffic data anonymously, to understand and improve the way visitors use the website and to establish which pages and products are used most frequently. These cookies collect
anonymous data on the user activity and how it landed on the website. These cookies are not strictly necessary for the functioning of the website, but will guarantee a better user experience. Analytics cookies are sent by the website or
by third party domains. Current privacy laws establish that users’ prior consent is not required for these cookies.
Third party analytics cookies:
These cookies are used to collect anonymous information on how users utilize the website, such as: visited pages, length of visit, source of traffic, geographic origin, age, gender and interests for marketing purposes. These cookies are
sent by outside, third party domains.
Cookies integrating third party products and software:
This type of cookies integrates website features developed by third parties, such as social network icons and preferences, for the purposes of sharing site content or using third party software (such as map generating software and software
supplying additional services). These cookies are sent by third party domains and partner sites that offer their features on our website.
These cookies are needed to create user profiles matching the preferences expressed by the user on the website pages.
Current privacy laws establish that installing these cookies requires users’ prior consent. This is why a banner appears as you access the site, informing you that (i) the website uses profiling cookies and (ii) by closing the banner,
browsing the page or clicking on any element of the page outside the banner, you are consenting to the use of the cookies.
You are free to block cookies’ installation at any time, without compromising your ability to visit the site and enjoy its content.
Third party website and services:
First parts cookies
Most Google users have a preference cookie in their browsers called “PREF”. A browser sends this cookie with the requests to the Google sites. The PREF cookie could memorize your preferences and other information, your preferred language
(English, for example) in particular, the number of results you want to see displayed in each page (10 or 20, for example) and your preference on the activation of Google’s SafeSearch filter.
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The _gat cookie is part of the Google Analytics monitoring and analytics service. This cookie expires 10 minutes after its creation or update. It is used to block the number of requests from the analysis scripts, so that the user visits
can be considered unique.
developers.google.com › cookie-usage
The _fbp cookie is part of the Facebook Pixel analysis and monitoring service. It is a cookie used to store and monitor visits to websites.
The _hjid cookie is part of Hotjar's analysis and monitoring service. It is used to persist the Hotjar user ID, which is unique to that site on the browser. This ensures that the behavior on subsequent visits to the same site is attributed
to the same user ID.
hotjar.com › cookie-usage
The _ga cookie is part of the Google Analytics monitoring and analytics service. This cookie expires 2 years after its creation or update. It is used to distinguish users
developers.google.com › cookie-usage
The PHPSESSID cookie is very common in projects designed in Linux environments. It is a technical cookie that saves an alphanumeric value identifying the user session. This cookie is eliminated once the browser is closed and does not memorize
any personal information.
How to configure the browser to disactivate cookies
If you want to find out more about how your browser memorizes cookies during browsing, please follow these links on the relevant supplier's website.