Cookies Policy

What are “cookies”?

Many websites use “cookies” or similar technologies, primarily to improve your browsing experience. “Cookies” are information stored on your device by the websites you visit. Sometimes they are stored in a plain text file, accessed by a server that reads and records the information.

Sites can only read and write “cookies” held by them.


Function of “cookies”

The “cookies” make it possible to know the user’s activity on a website or on various related websites, recording, for example, the place of access, the connection time, the type of device (fixed or mobile), the system operating system, the browser (browser) used, the pages visited, the number of clicks and visits and, in general, other aspects regarding the behavior and interests of the visitor.

Cookies allow the owner or manager of a website to improve the visitor’s experience as well as the efficiency of access to the website, namely, for example, by configuring the appropriate display by device, operating system or browser, and by directing navigation by user preferences.

The website, including the domains and subdomains of integrated access identified here, is only accessible when at least session cookies are activated in the browser.


Types of cookies used

This website uses the “cookies” necessary to improve navigation on it and the efficient loading of its contents, namely for content localization, language and pre-filling of forms.

Personalization “cookies” may also be used for the purpose of compiling statistical and anonymous data on the activity and browsing habits of users for analysis and introduction of improvements. These “cookies” are installed by third parties (such as search engines).


Using “cookies”

When you browse our website, we use “cookies” to «recognise» your browser, only during your visit («session cookie») or during all your visits («permanent cookie»). On our website, “cookies” are used for the following purposes:

  • For technical reasons (identifying sessions, remembering settings, etc.) to, for example, adapt the site’s presentation to your device;
  • For statistical analysis and online traffic management purposes, for example to improve usability and relevance of our services.


Cookie definitions

You can change your “cookies” settings at any time, allowing most browsers to control the “cookies” stored on the visitor’s devices, as well as their immediate elimination, if the user wants to leave the local storage of the same.

The settings you choose may affect your browsing experience and the operation of some services that require the use of “cookies”. In this sense, we reject any responsibility for the consequences of any limited functioning of our service caused by the deactivation/deletion of “cookies” on your device.

In compliance with current legislation, we provide information that allows the user to configure their browser to manage and maintain their privacy and security in relation to “cookies”. Therefore, we provide information and links to the official support sites of the main browsers so that the user can decide whether or not to accept the use of “cookies”.

The settings of “cookies” can be changed in the browser preferences, following the indications in the links:


Authorization for the use of “cookies”

By accessing this site, the visitor is asked to give their consent to the use of “cookies” and to the terms of this Policy. By giving their consent, the visitor declares their express agreement to the usetion of “cookies” and the terms of this Policy.


Online cookie management

Cookies can be managed online through tools (browser plug-ins or add-ons) to manage the collection and use of “cookies”.


“Cookies“ used and their purposes

Salmon then presents information on the “cookies” used on the site, as well as the purposes for processing the personal data that justify them.

“Cookie” Responsible Entity Motive/purpose
Google Analytics Google Collect information about website usage.

This information is collected to create reports of visits to the website, in order to improve its functionality.