1. What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files (usually consisting of letters and numbers) that the sites visited by users send to their terminals or devices, where they are stored to be transmitted again to the same sites on the occasion of subsequent visits. There are different types of cookies:
- Session cookies expire at the end of the browser session.
- Permanent cookies remain stored in your device even after the end of the browser session and allow you to remember your preferences or actions in multiple sites.

Cookies can be:
- Installed by InformatiK ('first-party cookies').
- Installed by other websites ('third-party cookies').

Cookies can be disabled or removed using the tools available in most browsers. Cookie preferences must be set separately for each used browser, as each one offers specific features and options.

2. What cookies does InformatiK use?

InformatiK uses only third-party cookies. The following paragraphs provide details about the types of cookies.

2.1 Third-party cookies
The main purposes of third-party cookies used by Informatik are:
- Analytics: to collect statistical information on use of the site by users (eg number of visitors, pages visited, ...).
- Marketing: we collect data to analyze your online actions, so you can provide, through third-party partners, content and commercial offers in line with your interests also based on your previous browsing experience. The cookies of Google and Paypal are part of this category.

The complete list of cookies used by Informatik is shown below, with the relative purpose:

- PYPF, AKA_MVT_ID, AKA_MVT_BUTTONS - from PayPal - PayPal uses cookies to recognize their clients and reduce the time required by the user to access the PayPal account by checking the presence of the user's email in their database.

3. How is consent given?
Consent to the use of cookies is provided by the user in the following ways: by closing the banner containing the brief information.

4. How is consent revoked?
Cookies can be completely disabled by the browser using the appropriate function provided in most of the navigation programs or from your personal area. However, it is important to know that by deactivating cookies some of the features of Informatik may not be usable.
For the revocation of a single third-party profiling cookie, users can contact InformatiK Support at