Equilibre I.K.E stores cookies on your computer, which are small data files used to ensure the proper function of the website. The majority of the websites follows the same principle.
What are the cookies?
Cookies are small text files sent from a website and stored on the user’s computer or mobile device while the user visits the current website. In this way, the website keeps track of your movements and preferences (login information, language, font size and other similar information) for a certain amount of time so you don’t get asked for the same information you have already given to the site each time you navigate through it. Cookies cannot control any functions on your computer or spread viruses.
The data analysis is realized by means of electronic instruments or, in any case, automated, computational or telematics instruments, with operating logic related exclusively to the purposes expressed in the Privacy Statement of the website and, in any case, in a way that ensures data security and confidentiality.
What cookies are used on this website?
- Functional cookies, are cookies that ensure the proper functioning of the website. Their installation does not require your permission. Through them, visitors can navigate through the website and experience its functions.
- Analytical cookies, allow us to track visitors preferences on the website and make improvements in content of the webpage based on statistical data. Your permission is necessary in order to activate and store this type of cookies.
How to control cookies
You are able to control or erase cookies according to your preferences. For further information see: aboutcookies.org. You are allowed to delete all the cookies stored on your computer as well as adjust the browser settings in order to not allow installation of cookies. Nevertheless, in case the majority or all the cookies are deactivated it is possible to not be able to access the webpage or particular services of it and some functions may not be available or operate properly. As a result, information and preferences about the user is not saved automatically and one may be asked to fill them manually when visiting the webpage