WHAT ARE COOKIES AND WHAT DO THEY DO ?
A cookie is a small data file that is sent to your web browser from a web server and then saved on the hard drive of your device, whether it's a computer, smartphone, or tablet.
Cookies can serve different purposes: they can enable the proper functioning of a website (referred to as "Technical Cookies"), collect statistics on how you navigate the website (referred to as "Analytical Cookies"), or track your preferences during online browsing to display targeted advertising (referred to as "Profiling Cookies").
These cookies can have varying lifespans: some may remain on your device for an extended period (known as "Permanent Cookies"), while others are deleted when you close your browser or have a limited duration ("Session Cookies").
Furthermore, cookies can be set by the website you are currently visiting (referred to as "First Party Cookies") or by other websites (referred to as "Third-Party Cookies").
This website employs the following types of cookies:
a) Technical Cookies
Technical Cookies are essential for the proper functioning of the website. They enable you to view the website's content in the appropriate language and market from your first visit. These cookies can identify the country you are connecting from and automatically redirect you to the version of the website that is relevant to your country.
Technical Cookies also facilitate tasks such as creating an account, logging in, and managing orders. If you are a registered user, these cookies enable the website to recognize you when you access services that are exclusively available to registered users. Additionally, Technical Cookies can determine if you have made a purchase on the website through an affiliated or partner site, helping us fulfill our obligations to these partner sites. Technical Cookies are crucial for the website's proper operation.
b) Analytical Cookies
Analytical Cookies are utilized to generate statistical analyses of how users navigate the website. These analyses include information such as the type of device used, the number of pages visited, and the number of clicks on specific pages during navigation. The primary objective of Analytical Cookies is to enhance the website's functionality.
The results of these analyses, derived from the use of Analytical Cookies, are processed anonymously and solely for statistical purposes. In cases where Analytical Cookies only track anonymous IP addresses (with a portion of the code that remains hidden), they are considered equivalent to Technical Cookies because they do not permit user identification.
c) Profiling Cookies
The website employs Profiling Cookies, which record preferences and habits observed during each user's visit. These cookies create user profiles, enabling us to send messages that align more closely with your preferences and interests. For example, they may allow you to quickly find the products you are searching for or suggest similar items.
Trusted third parties use Profiling Cookies to display banner advertisements on other affiliate websites, a practice known as "retargeting." These ads showcase products you have recently viewed. While you browse the website, Profiling Cookies also recommend other products that may be of interest to you or items similar to those you have recently viewed, based on your browsing history.
LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF APPLYING COOKIES
Upon visiting any page on the website, you will encounter a banner that provides concise details regarding cookies. Through this banner, you have the option to voluntarily provide your personal information for marketing analysis purposes. The legal justification for this data processing is your consent, as indicated on the corresponding website banner. It's important to note that declining to give consent will not impact your ability to use the site, with the exception of not receiving further product purchase recommendations.
Consent is not necessary for the utilization of Technical Cookies, and they are processed in accordance with the website owner's legitimate interest to enhance website navigation and usage.
You have the right to request, at any time, the deletion, anonymization, copying, updating, correction, or integration of your personal data. Additionally, you can object, at any time, to the processing of your personal data for commercial and marketing purposes, or object to their processing for other legitimate reasons. You also have the option to request the portability of your data or ask for limitations on their processing. If you have previously given consent, you have the right to withdraw it.
To exercise these rights, aside from the methods outlined above, you can communicate in writing to the Data Controller at the provided address or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org