Cookies are small text files that sites visited by users send back to the user’s terminal (usually to the browser), where they are stored to be transmitted back to the same websites on subsequent visits by the same user. This makes browsing and site use much easier. The extrategy website uses two types of cookie: technical cookies, which are needed for the correct operation of the website. Session cookies are strictly limited to the transmission of session identification (casual numbers generated by the server) needed to allow safe and efficient browsing on the site. Third-party cookies are introduced through Google Analytics for browsing data purposes. Users’ personal data is not acquired by the website. Session or browsing cookies (temporary technical cookies) serve to optimise site use and therefore, guarantee the best browsing experience, and their purpose is to transmit communication on the network or to the extent they are needed by the supplier of a service required by the user.
To disable cookies, it is possible to intervene to block them, for example, by changing the privacy settings on your browser. Since browsers – and often, different versions of the same browser – are significantly different from one another, we recommend that you see the information on disabling cookies in the Help section of your browser. To get a general idea of the action method of the most common browsers, you can visit cookiepedia or exercise Your Online Choices. These services allow you to manage tracking preferences for the majority of advertising tools.
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