What are cookies?
Cookies are text files stored in the browser or on the computer’s hard drive (or other similar device, including mobile devices) as a result of the websites accessed. In general, cookies are normally used to provide some important information to the website owner about visitors or to allow the websites to run more efficiently. Similar technologies work in the same way, inserting small text files into your device that allow visitors to collect information about how Integration’s website is being used. You can learn more about cookies and similar technologies on www.allaboutcookies.org.
Cookies can help you navigate more efficiently on Integration’s website pages, improving your experience. Cookies identify visitors, “understand” their interests, “remember” their preferences and help ensure that the ads and content shown are more relevant to the user. They also show Integration how the site is being used, allow access control to certain content and help to process requests made online.
What types of cookies does Integration use and why?
The cookies we use can be classified as follows:
- Technical or strictly necessary cookies;
- Analysis or performance cookies
- Functionality cookies;
- Monitoring cookies;
|Strictly necessary or technical cookies||These are the cookies necessary for Integration’s page to operate normally, with all the distinctive features, in order to provide the experience that the user expects when accessing the website. Technical or strictly necessary cookies perform basic functions, such as recognizing the creation of an account and that the user used it to enter the site, for example. These cookies also allow the page to “remember” that the user has entered before and to resume the options chosen by that particular user.|
|Analytical or performance cookies||Analysis or performance cookies allow the website owner or third parties, such as Google or Adobe, to check how the website is performing (which pages are most visited, which country users are visiting from etc.).|
|Functionality cookies||Functionality cookies are cookies that allow the website to operate with the user’s choices – each choice made, most accessed pages, formatting, demonstrated interests.|
|Monitoring cookies||Monitoring cookies are similar to analytical cookies. They provide the website owner or third parties, such as Google and Adobe, with information regarding navigation on the website – visiting time, what activities are being carried out, if there is an attempt to scrape the information etc.|
The cookies on our pages may be first-party cookies (developed by Integration) or third-party cookies. The list of cookies used is presented in the table below.
|Strictly necessary or technical cookies||1P_JAR||Session||Cookie used by Google Analytics to track clicks and page audience|
|Strictly necessary or technical cookies||_gid||Session||Cookie has the function of collecting page performance metrics for display in Google Analytics|
|Strictly necessary or technical cookies||_ga||Persists for 180 days||Application authentication cookie in Google Analytics|
|Functionality cookies||pll_language||Session||Cookie used to memorize language selection through user actions|
|Functionality cookies||PHPSESSID||Session||Cookie used by the WordPress engine to validate guest or administrative access|
|Functionality cookies||_gat_single||Persists for 24 hours||Cookie used to validate telemetry script and internet domain ownership|
|Functionality cookies||_gat_UA-16092335-3||Session||Cookie used for digital certificate validation and packet transport layer encryption|
If you do not want to store cookies on your device, you can click “Decline” in the pop-up that appeared when you started browsing Integration’s website. You can also adjust your internet browser settings to refuse to insert cookies on your device.
If you did not want to store cookies on your device, you can remove existing cookies and block future cookies with adjustments to your internet browser settings. Please note that the option “do not track” is not recognized by our website.
Remember that deleting, refusing or blocking cookies will impact your user experience, as some features will not be available.
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