In the universe of sites developed M&A Digital many cookies are used. A cookie is a small file with letters and numbers that is stored by your browser on the hard drive of your computer. These cookies are used to distinguish it from other users of our sites, without storing any personally identifiable information. The use of these cookies help us provide you with a good experience while browsing our website and also allows us to carry out constant improvement.
None of our cookies store any personal information from users, such as your name or address. Please be aware that cookies restriction may impact on the functionality(s) of the website(s) of M&A Digital.
The cookies policy described herein is particularly applicable to the following areas.
||Main site of M&A Digital. a)
In the table below you can find more information about the various cookies we use and purpose of each:
|Type of Cookie
| Strictly necessary cookies
||They allow you to navigate the website and use its applications. Without these cookies, services you have requested cannot be provided.
||Are used anonymously for the purpose of creating and analyzing statistics, to improve the functionality of the website.
||Keep the user preferences regarding the use of the site, so that it is not necessary to configure the site each time the visit.
Cookies from external platforms and sites
As a way to support our publishing content, they are sometimes included photos and video content from other websites, such as YouTube or Flickr. When visiting publications with contents as mentioned above, cookies these websites can be created. The M&A Digital has no control in the dissemination of these cookies.
Cookies created by social sharing tools
We would like to draw attention to the fact that some of our sites have included the "share" buttons that allow users to easily share articles through various social networks. These sites can set cookies when they use this type of functionality. The M&A Digital has no control in the dissemination of these cookies.
You can block the creation of cookies by activating a setting in your browser that will allow you to refuse the creation of some or all cookies. Below you will find links to the help pages of all the major Internet browsers. However, if you block all cookies (including session cookies) you may be unable to access some parts of our sites.
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