Cookies Informative.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small strings of text exchanged between a web browser and the user’s browsing, every time you access to a website. They are used to perform automatic authentication, to track sessions, to store information to improve the navigability of the site or the user’s browsing experience. Each domain visited through a browser can set one or more cookies. An internet page may contain objects that come from many different domains, and each of them can set the cookie (in this case called “third-party”). The use of cookies allows you to improve the browsing experience on the Web site and can keep the chosen settings during your next visit.

There are two types of cookies:

  • First-party cookies (or owners): subjects and only readable by the domain that created them;
  • Third-party cookies: subjects and created from external domains that we are visiting.

Guanxi, for its Web site, uses the following cookies:

Category of use Finality
Navigation These cookies are necessary for a correct functioning of the site (for example, to remember the state of the buttons, the fact that the panels are opened or closed and so on). Most of these cookies lasts for the session, they will be immediately deleted when you finish the site visit.
Functional These cookies allow the operation of certain parts of the site.
In this website, their purposes are:

  • The tracing of the read receipt of the text of the banner on the homepage regarding the informative cookies.

These cookies are saved in the browser; you can delete or disable the reception, however, compromising the functionality of some services of the website.

The user can change the setting of receipt of cookies by changing the settings of storing the same as described in the “How to disable cookies?” of this statement.

Analytics Google Analytics is a free web tool of analysis from Google that primarily allows you to collect information (for example: data on the pages visited, time spent on the site, how the site has been reached and all that the user clicked while sailing between our pages) anonymously and to report website trends without identifying individual visitors.

You can review the privacy policies of Google at the following link:

The user can change the setting of receipt of cookies by changing the settings of storing the same as described in the “How to disable cookies?” of this statement.

Remarketing Guanxi uses third-party cookies to manage the tool “remarketing” of the offers contained in the site. This tool allows you to publish content of Google, ads personalized to users’ visits to our site in the network.
The pages of our website include a code that allows you to read and configure the browser cookies in order to determine which type of ad you will see according to the data related to your visit to the site. For example, the user can view offers of previously displayed ads inside the site of Guanxi.

The user can change the setting of receipt of cookies by changing the privacy settings as described in “How to disable cookies?” of this statement.

We also advise you that in this site you can find videos from our YouTube channel. These videos, when viewed, set third-party cookies on your computer or on your mobile device, belonging to the domain of YouTube, in order to improve the capabilities of video playback and to collect information in an anonymous format on video viewed by the user.

The purpose of these cookies is described in the informative for the privacy of Google:

How do you disable cookies?

Most browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) are configured to accept cookies. However, all browsers allow you to control and disable cookies through your browser settings. We remind you, however, that disabling functional cookies or navigation cookies can cause a malfunction of the site and / or a limit to the service we offer.

To know how to manage and to delete cookies on your tablet and / or phone, please consult the “Help” section of the browser that you use.
To manage third-party cookies that use user information to generate specific actions (such as the activity of remarketing), you can visit the page “Ads Preferences” (if you have a Google Account).

Alternatively, you can disable the use of cookies by a third party provider, for example, by visiting the deactivation page on the website, or alternatively, as described previously, by disabling cookies via settings of your browser.

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