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The use of cookies by Aquilaes


The web sites and online services of Aquilaes may use "cookies". A cookie is a text file containing information that your web browser can remember among different pages. When a person uses a browser to access the Internet, the browser may create cookies that are stored on the computer of the user. Cookies are not programs and cannot contain computer viruses or other malware. These are purely character strings. The cookies indicate which pages of our websites are the most popular, help us to measure the effectiveness of advertisements and web searches, and give us an idea of users’ behaviour. All of which cookies enable us to improve our communication and products.

If you choose to disable cookies in your web browser, please read the information at the bottom of this page.
We use the following categories on our websites and for other online services:
These cookies are essential for you to browse our websites and to use its features. Without these cookies, services such as shopping carts and e-invoicing cannot be guaranteed.

Category 1 - Tracking Cookie

These cookies collect information about your use of our website such as the pages you visit most often. This data help us to optimize our website, in order to make it easier for visitors to navigate it. These cookies also allow our affiliates to know if you linked to our website from their website. These cookies do not collect information that identifies you. All information, that they collect, are aggregated and therefore anonymous.

Category 2 - Functionality Cookies

These cookies allow our website to remember the choices you made during your visit. To give you an example, we can keep your geographic location in a cookie in order to present our website in the language of your country. We may also remember preferences such as font, it size and and other configurable items. These cookies can also be used to keep track of products or videos that have been read, in order to avoid repetition. The information they collect do not identify you personally, or either follow your exploration activity on websites not dependent on Apple.

How do I delete cookies on Firefox?

  1. Click Tools and then Options.
  2. Then click on Privacy then delete specific cookies.
  3. A final window opens, allowing you to remove cookies from a particular website or all of your cookies.
  4. To change your settings on your search history and cookies, select Use custom settings for history from the dropdown menu.
  5. You can then select your history and cookies preferences by selecting the appropriate checkboxes and dropdown menu options. Finally, click OK and your settings will be saved!

How do I delete cookies on Internet Explorer?

  1. Click Tools, then Internet Options. You will then see the Delete Cookies button in the small window. When you click this button, a new window will appear.
  2. You will need to check the appropriate option to remove all the items you want to delete, then click Delete. You then return to the previous window, from step 1, and will need to click OK to apply the settings and close the window.
  3. You can set your browser so that it erases your history and cookies every time you close it by clicking Delete browsing history in the window shown in Step 1.

How do I delete cookies on Google Chrome?

  1. Click the menu button to the right of the address bar and select History. A new window will appear with your settings.
  2. You will then click on Clear Browsing Data.
  3. Select the checkboxes to remove historical individually then click on Clear browsing data.

How do I delete cookies on Safari?

  1. Open your Safari browser.
  2. Click on the Safari menu, select Preferences, and then click Privacy.
  3. Click Details.
  4. Select one or more websites that store cookies, and then click Remove or Remove All Cookies.
  5. When you are finished, click Finish.