Cookie Policy

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What is a cookie and what is it used for?

In IT, HTTP cookies (more commonly called as Web cookies, tracking cookies or simply cookies) are small text files that websites, which has been visited by the user, send to his terminal, where they are stored before being re-transmitted to the same website at the next visit. Cookies are used for different purposes: computer authentication, session tracking, storage of information on specific configurations concerning users who access the server, memorizing preferences, etc.

Use of Cookie

This Site uses cookies to make its services as efficient and user-friendly as possible.

When visiting the Site, a small amount of information is installed on the User’s device, in small files called “cookies” saved in the directory of the Web Browser used on the device.

If you disable cookies, some of our services may not work properly and some pages may not be displayed correctly.

There are different types of cookies, some of them are used to make the Site more efficient, others are used to activate certain features.

COOKIES USED BY OUR WEBSITE

Browsing cookies

These cookies allow the correct functioning of the website, they are used to collect information on how visitors use the site. This information is used to fill out report and help us to improve the website. Cookies collect information anonymously, including the number of visitors, where they come from and the pages they have visited.

Analytics Cookies

These cookies are used for example by Google Analytics, to develop statistical analyzes on how users navigate the site, through computers or mobile applications, on the number of pages you have visited or the number of clicks you have made on a page, while you are browsing a site.

Third-party Cookies

These cookies are used by third-party companies. The use of these cookies do not process personal data. Third-party cookies are generated from other companies’ advertisements, such as advertising messages, present on the website. They can be used to record website usage for marketing purposes.

How to change cookies settings

The settings for managing or disabling cookies depending on the web browser used, therefore, for more information about these operations, we suggest to consult the device manual or “Help” on his web browser.

Below you will find the links explaining how to manage or disable cookies for the most popular web browsers:

It is also possible deleting cookies using one of the many third-party “cleaners”, such as CCLeaner.

Once cookies have been deleted, it is normal that browser and the websites ask for personalization requests again: this is due to the cleaning.

Third party cookies

Third-party cookies may be installed: these are analytical and profiling cookies, such as Google Analytic, Matomo.

These cookies are sent by the websites of these third parties outside our website. Third-party analytical cookies are used for user detection on the website. User-detection is anonymous, it monitor performance and improve the usability of the site. Third-party profiling cookies are used to create user profiles, in order to offer advertising messages in line with the users’ choices.

The use of these cookies is governed by the rules established by the third parties themselves, Therefore, we invite you to read the privacy policy and instructions for managing or disabling cookies published on the following pages:

For Google Analystics:

For Matomo:

 

For further information

For further infomation, please ask for a full list of rights of the interested party and to exercise the rights established by the European Regulation, you can write to the Data Controller, at the following e-mail address reservation@reunionlocation.re

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