What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that a web system installs on your computer or mobile device when you visit it. These files allow the website to “remember” your actions and preferences for a certain period of time, namely the username, the chosen language, the size of the characters and other display settings. That is why, when you browse through the pages of a site or return to a site you have already visited, you do not, in principle, must indicate your preferences again.
Certain cookies contain personal information – for example, if you click “remember me” or “remember me” when logging in, a cookie will store your username and/or access permissions. Most cookies do not collect information that allows users to be identified and are limited to collecting information of a more general nature, such as the origin of users who arrive at the site, or the inaccurate location of the user. There are, however, data that allow identification that are collected by certain cookies from third parties, such as the cookies used by Google. In these cases, OneCare only has access to data properly processed in order to enable statistical analysis, without being able to identify individual users.
What are cookies for?
Most of the cookies used by this website are essential cookies or strictly necessary for the website to function. Examples of this type of cookies are user input cookies; authentication cookies; cookies from multimedia content playback software.
How can you manage cookies?
You can delete all cookies already installed on your computer or mobile device or activate an option available in most browser programs that prevents their installation. But if you do, you may have to manually configure some preferences every time you visit a site and you run the risk of disabling certain services and features: