What is a Cookie?
Cookies are files that contain small amounts of information that is downloaded to the user’s device when visiting a Web page.
The main objective is to recognize the user whenever he/she accesses the Website, as well as allowing the improvement of the quality together with the better use of the site and objectively simplifying the navigation process.
Cookies are essential for the functioning of the Internet, they do not damage the user’s equipment or device, and if activated in the configuration of your browser, they help to identify and resolve possible errors in the operation of the Website.
By accessing the website, the user expressly consents to the use of this type of Cookies in their devices.
If Cookies are deactivated, Website navigation may not be optimized, and some of the features on the Website may not work correctly.
The cookies we use:
PHPSESSID: A cookie that allows the Website to respond to any action you take on the Website, such as completing an inquiry form. The Website does not function properly if this Cookie is not used.
Google Analytics: Cookie used to identify users for analytical purposes and record the video. Management of audiences based on visits to the site, actions taken on the site and identification of interests for advertising personalization and online advertising. Traffic analysis and measurement.
Xms_user: Cookie used by backoffice users. The Website works properly if this Cookie is not used;
__utma, __utmb, __utmc, __utmz: __utmz cookies starting with "__utm" allow the function of analytics software. This software helps to analyze website visitors and provide anonymous information such as browsers used, return visitors and response to marketing activities;
User setup to prevent Cookies
This way, the user can block Cookies through the browser configuration tools.
Cookie settings can still be changed in the user’s browser preferences by following the indications on the subsequent links:
Links to Third Party Websites
The links on this website may lead to other websites. Third parties may use their own Cookies to collect information about user activity on the Website and/or the advertisements seen by the user. This information may be used by third parties to display ads that they consider to be in the best interests of the user, based on the content accessed by the user.
SERIP does not control and is not responsible for these third-party Cookies and you, if you wish to deactivate them, should access the third-party websites.
If you have any questions, please contact MÁRIO J. PIRES, LDA. - Rua Dr. João de Freitas Branco 26, 2650-063 Amadora, Portugal or firstname.lastname@example.org.