Cookies policy

Cookies: what are they? Which ones do we use and for what purpose?

www.ca.mydrap.com uses its own cookies and those of third parties. Cookies are small files created in the user’s browser, the aim of which is to exclusively record the users’ preferences (language, country, start of session, characteristics of their browser, information about use of the website, etc.), and/or recognise the registered users, in order to allow them to work fluently and in a personalised way.

They can also be used to obtain information about the date and time of the users’ last visit, measure some parameters of traffic within the site itself and estimate the number of daily visits made, in order to focus on and adjust the services more effectively. In short, cookies can also help MY DRAP to obtain statistical information about its website. The user should be aware that data is collected about the movements and uses of the website such as statistical and anonymous data, but not personal.

The user, from the mere act of browsing and continuing to use the website, consents to the use of the cookies, which are explained below as well the current Cookies Policy.

Cookies present in www.ca.mydrap.com:

 

Name Own /third party Description Duration
Pll_language Own Cookie used to define the language during browsing Session
_ga Third party

(Google Analytics)

These cookies are used to distinguish the users. 2 years
_gat Third party

(Google Analytics)

It is used to differentiate between the different monitoring objects created during the session. The cookie is created by loading the JavaScript library and there is no prior version of the _gat cookie. The cookie is updated every time the data is sent to Google Analytics 10 minutes from creation or modification
_gid Third party

(Google Analytics)

These cookies are used to distinguish the user’s Session

Allowing, blocking or eliminating cookies.

This website does not require the installation of cookies. The user can refuse to accept them or set their computer to block them and, if they wish, eliminate them. In the web browser, the user can find the necessary security instructions in order to undertake these actions.

Examples:

  • If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, in the Tools menu option > Internet Options > Privacy > Setting.
  • If you use Firefox, in the Tools menu option > Options > Privacy > Cookies.
  • If you use Google Chrome, in the Setting option > Privacy
  • If you use Safari, in the Preferences menu > Security

You can use the “Help” section that you will find on the toolbar of the majority of browsers to change the settings on your computer, but some of the characteristics of the services offered on the website may not work or may be complicated and slow in accessing if you reject all the cookies.

Many browsers enable you to activate a private mode through which the cookies are always erased after your visit. Depending on each browser, this private mode may have different names: below is a list of the more common browsers and the different names of this “private mode”:

Please read carefully the help section of your browser to know better how to activate the “private mode”. You will continue to be able to visit our website although your browser is in “private mode”. Nevertheless, the user’s experience may not be optimum and some tools may not work.

In the case that you use a medium or low-security setting that allows the automatic installation of cookies to browse around our site, we consider you tacitly consent to their installation.