1. What are cookies? Cookies are small text files that a website visited by any user saves on that user’s computer or mobile device via the web browser. In so doing, cookies help the website recognising the device next time it is used to visit the website.
What types of cookies do we use?
Used by PHP language to allow for the session variables to remain stored on the web server. This cookie is essential for the website to function.
When browser is closed
After 1 year
Contains information related to user marketing campaigns. When linking their Google Analytics and AdWords accounts, Google AdWords-site conversion tags analyse this ccookie unless inactive.
After 1 minute
Used to distinguish different users.
After 1 day
2. Accepting/rejecting cookies
If configuring the navigation software, you can, at any time, choose to accept or reject cookies being saved on your device.
2.1 If you accept cookies
A cookie being saved on your device depends on your consent. At any time you are free to modify its collection via the options made available by the navigation software you use.
If the navigation software that you use has accepted cookie storage on your device, ten the cookies integrated in the website and content that you have accessed, may get temporarily stored in a specific place on your device. This space can be accessed only by the issuer of those cookies.
2.2 Why should yuo accept cookies?
Whenever you visit the website www.migcomp.pt, these cookies record certain information that is stored on your device. The purpose of this information is to suggest products to you based on the articles you browsed on a previous visits to the website. This way, the website provides you with an improved user experience when navigating our website.
2.3 If you reject cookies
When you reject cookies, we do install a “rejection” cookie. This cookie makes it possible to remember your option, so that you are not asked about our cookies on every future visit to the website.
2.4 Browser Set-up
Setting up your browser’s cookie management depends on each browser and its options can be found in its help menu.
To personalize Internet Explorer’s settings regarding any website’s cookies, click the “Tools” button an access “Internet Options”.
Click the “Privacy” tab and then the “Sites” button.
In the bar “Address of Website” type in the complete address (URL) of the website you want to personalize the privacy settings of. For example: http://www.microsoft.com.
To authorise the cookie storage of the website you specified on your computer, click on “allow”, to block it from doing so instead click “Block”.
Repeat these steps for any website you wish to allow of block the cookies for. When you are finished, click the two “OK” buttons.
Go to “preferences” and click on the “Privacy” tab, and then access “manage cookies”.
Open Chrome’s meny. This is located in the browser’s task bar.
Click on “Show advanced settings”.
Under the “Privacy” option click the “Content Settings” button.
Under the "Cookies" option you will be able to modify the following settings:
Block cookies by default
Allow cookies by default
Create exceptions for cookies from specific websites or domains.
Click the “Tools” button and then access “Options”.
Click the “Privacy” tab.
In the “History” select “Use custom settings for History”.
Tick the box “accept cookies” and then click on “exceptions” to select the websites that will or won’t have permission to install cookies on your device.
Preferences > Advanced> Cookies
Cookie preferences enables you to control how Opera manages cookies. The default setting is set to accept all cookies.
- All cookies will be accepted (by default)
Accept cookies only from websites I visit
- Third party cookies, i.e. from a third partie domain I am not visiting, will be rejected
Never accept cookies
- All cookies will be rejected
3. Update of Legal Notice
MIGCOMP reserves the right to make any modifications or corrections to this cookies policy. Please check this page frequently to make sure you are up to date with the most up to date version of our Cookies Policy.
This document was updated on the 12th of December 2019.