Information about cookies

1. What are cookies and why we use them at www.infinicyt.com and www.cytognos.com websites?

A cookie is a file that is downloaded to the user device when specific pages within a website are visited. Its functionality is storing and retrieving information about the navigation habits from that computer.

Cookies allow this web, among other things, store and retrieve information about user habits and decisions . Cytognos websites use it to personalize the experience within our sites, identify and remember the registered users and make the navigation experience easier.

Note that the use of cookies does not provide user personal data. This information remains anonymous for Cytognos SL.

You can set your browser to not accept cookies. Then, the personalization of the experience would not apply although you can still access the contents of our web normally.

At Wikipedia page (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie ) is possible to obtain more information about what cookies are and haow they work.

 

2 . What kind of cookies use www.infinicyt.com and www.cytognos.com websites?

Cookies, according to their permanence, they may be divided into permanent cookies or session cookies. First group expire when user closes the browser. Second group expire when their purpose is accomplished (e.g. Keeping the user identified at cytognos websites) or when are manually deleted. Additionally, depending on their goal, cookies may be classified as follows:

Important: Unless user has a registered user account on any Cytognos SL website, the cookie will never associate with any personal information that can identify user. These cookies will only be used for statistical purposes to help optimizing the user experience on the site.


3 . How to disable cookies in your browser?

Most current browsers allow users to configure cookies. These adjustments are typically located on the ' Options ' or ' Preferences ' menu of your browser.
These are the instructions to set cookies in the major browsers :


Chrome: Settings -> Show Advanced Options -> Privacy -> Content Settings.

For more information, please consult the Google support or Help browser.


Firefox: Tools - > Options - > Privacy - > History -> Custom Settings.

For more information, please refer to the Mozilla support or Help browser.


Internet Explorer: Tools - > Internet Options -> Privacy - > Settings.

For more information, please refer to the Microsoft support or Help browser.


Safari: Preferences - > Security.

For more information, please refer to the Apple Support or Help browser.