Cookies Policy

Cookies Policy

In order to maintain our site and to ensure its proper functionality, the LIO Association uses the technology generally known as “cookies”.


1. What is a cookie and what is it used for?

Our website uses cookie technology to provide you with a better and personalized web service. The data stored by the cookies used never shows personal details on the basis of which an individual identity can be established.
A cookie is a small text file that is stored and / or read by your web browser on your final device’s hard drive (for example, computer, laptop, or smartphone) depending on the websites you use. Cookies also make your interaction with websites more secure and faster, as they can remember your preferences (ex. authentication, language) by sending the information they contain back to the original website (first-party cookie) or to another website to which they belong (third-party cookie), when you visit that website again using the same end device.
Thanks to the cookies on our site you can search without difficulty and we can show you the results relevant to you. The cookies on the LIO Association website show us what interests you and other visitors, which helps us to improve its use.


2. Cookies used on the LIO Website

Based on the function and purpose for which cookies are used, they are usually classified into the following categories, which LIO uses on its Website:

  • Absolutely necessary cookies allow you to browse the Website and use its basic functions. Usually, they are installed only in response to actions performed by you that equate to a service request. These cookies are indispensable for the use of the Websites.
  • Functionality cookies are used to recognize you when you return to our Website and allow us to provide you with improved and more personalized features, such as reminding you of your preferences. These cookies collect anonymous and non-anonymous information and can not track your browsing on other websites. The expiration period of these cookies is a maximum of 2 years.
  • Analytical and performance cookies allow us to recognize and count users and collect information about how the Website is used (for example, the pages a user most often opens and whether the user receives email messages). error from certain pages). This helps us to improve the way our Website works, for example, by ensuring that you can easily find what you are looking for.
  • The expiration period of these cookies is a maximum of 1 year.
  • Social media cookies allow you to share your social media activity on the website, such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. These cookies are not controlled by us. On some of our Websites, third parties who provide applications through this Website may place their own cookies in order to monitor the performance of their applications or to personalize these applications for you. For example, when you distribute an article. using a share button on social networks (ex. Facebook or Twitter) available on a Website, the social network platform associated with that button will record this. Some Websites may also have embedded content, such as third-party video content such as YouTube, and in this case, these third parties may also place their own cookies.
  • Other types of cookies that can be used later. We will inform you through our updated policies if any other types of cookies are used.

Cookies stored on your computer can be accessed when you visit our website or open an email we send you. If you want to delete cookies that are already on your computer, consult the instructions of your browser by clicking on “Help” in the same browser menu.
The LIO association processes cookies only with your consent. To withdraw your consent or agree to the use of cookies, make the appropriate settings in your browser. However, some of the features of our site cannot work without cookies. By requesting this agreement, we will present the purpose for which this type of information about you will be processed and we will inform you about your rights.


3. Deleting cookies

The applications used to access web pages allow you to save cookies by default. These settings can be changed to automatically block the administration of cookies in the browser or to inform the user every time cookies are sent to the terminal. Detailed information about the functions and administration of cookies can be found in the browser settings area. Restricting the use of cookies may affect certain functionalities of the website.
Most browsers offer the ability to change settings. These settings are usually located in the “Options” menu or in the “Preferences” browser menu.
The following links may be helpful in understanding cookie settings, and you can use the “Help” option in your browser for more details.

Cookie settings in Internet Explorer
Cookie settings in Firefox
Cookie settings in Chrome
Cookie settings in Safari