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What are cookies?
A cookie is a small text file that, when connected to a website, is stored in your browser. When we refer to cookies in this policy, other similar technologies and tools that collect and store information in your browser are included and, in some cases, they transfer such information to third parties. Examples include pixels, local storage, session storage and fingerprinting.
Cookies collect information about your use of website and store data in your device in order to, for example, support you to log in to a website, track and analyze your visits to our website and browsing behavior to make our website work, or work more efficiently, etc.
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There are first-party cookies which are set directly by Itella and this website you are visiting. There are also third-party cookies which are set by someone other than Itella, for example, by our partners and other domain. This happens when our website incorporates elements from other domains, such as images, social media plugins or advertising.
We use third party cookies on our website. Itella uses external platforms to communicate digitally, including Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Google maps, Google Marketing Platform and Google Ads. These platforms use both first- and third-party cookies, as well as similar technologies, in order to advertise and monitor the results of the advertising.
Cookies on our websites
In order to give you better control over what cookies are used on our website, and thus easier to determine how cookies can be used when you visit our website, we have defined three different categories of cookies. These categories are defined based on the purposes for which cookies and information collected by means of cookies are used.
We have identified the following three categories of cookies. All categories contain cookies which imply that data is being transferred to third party providers.
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If you have chosen to enable the “Do Not Track” feature in your browser, we will not automatically place marketing cookies on your device. You can make other choices in your cookies’ settings.