- What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files with relevant information, which a particular website sends and stores on the device through which a website is accessed (personal computer, cell phone or other), more specifically, through the browser used for this purpose, collecting information regarding the navigation of a particular person on that website.
Cookies do not damage the computer or any other device.
Cookies cannot read data from your hard drive, nor can they read Cookies created by other websites.
- What Categories of Cookies are there?
There are two categories of cookies, session cookies (temporary in duration) and persistent cookies (long lasting).
While session cookies are automatically deleted as soon as the user finishes browsing, that is, they are used only for the period in which the user browses the website, without having to log in again even if he changes pages, persistent cookies remain stored on the user’s terminal device until it reaches a defined expiration date, that is, they are stored on the device, even after the end of navigation on the website and aim to enable the return to that website without the settings initially defined by the user changing with the new session (eg language).
- How do cookies work?
Cookies have been designed as reliable mechanisms for websites to remember information about their users’ previous activities and their function is to increase the efficiency of website use by providing information to the entities responsible for the websites and/or managing user sessions.
- What are Cookies used for?
Cookies are used to help determine the usefulness, interest and number of uses of a particular website, with the aim of facilitating and personalizing the browsing experience, assisting in the prevention of fraud, in the optimization of the services offered by the website in question and in the identification of the browser’s preferences so that it can be presented with advertisements and offers tailored to its interests.
Cookies improve the user’s browsing experience, increasing the speed and efficiency of response and eliminating the need to repeatedly enter the same information.
- Can Cookies be controlled and blocked?
Whenever you wish, the user browsing a particular website can control and/or block Cookies.
You can block all Cookies installed on your device, or activate the option that prevents their installation if your browser allows it.
By disabling cookies, the user may, however, experience problems in the operation and navigation of the website.
- Access to Cookies and information contained therein
This website may access the Cookies stored on the user’s device, provided that the user has previously expressly and freely consented to the installation of Cookies.
Only AECC has access to the information collected through Cookies, with the purpose of optimizing its services, as well as the services of this website according to the needs and preferences of its users.
- Cookies used on the Wavetech website
When browsing the Wavetech website, Cookies are used which, however, do not collect information that identifies the user. Generic information is collected, such as how users arrive and use the site or the area of the country through which they access the site, etc.
It is possible to set most browsers to notify you of the receipt of a Cookie and even block its entry into your system. However, refusing cookies on the website you are visiting may result in you not being able to access some areas of the website or receive personalized information.
Wavetech reserves the right, at any time, to make any changes to this policy that it deems necessary, without prior notice.
The current version of the policy will always be the one published on the website at the time of use by the visitor.