WHAT ARE COOKIES POLICY?
Cookies are small text files that are stored on your computer or mobile phone by the websites you visit. These text files can be read by the web pages you visit and help identify you when you reopen the web page. These text files can be "permanent" or "temporary". Permanent cookies remain on your computer even when you turn off the browser (you go offline), while the temporary ones are deleted as soon as you close the browser. Cookies are used for a variety of purposes, such as to remember your activities and preferences (inclusions, language preferences, font size or how your page is displayed) to provide personalized / customized content on the website and display its navigation history.
- For technical operation of the website;
- To collect aggregate and anonymous statistics;
- To remember your preferences for how the page is displayed (preferences for screen parameters), such as color contrast or font size;
When you visit our website, we may collect some data from your search, such as the IP address, the content of the Ministry of Finance website that you visited, when you visited it and from which website you were redirected.
When you visit our website we use a third party Google Analytics service to collect standard access information and details of visitor behavior, but in a way that no one can be identified, nor is Google allowed to reveal the identities of those who visited our website.
What kind of cookies do we use?
We use persistent cookies, which remember the search / session when the user turns off the browser, in order to maintain the status of the user.
Can you delete or control cookies?
Cookie information is not used for your personal identification. Accepting these cookies is not necessary for the operation of the website, but they would provide you with a better search experience. If you want these cookies you can delete or block them, but if you do, some features of this website may not work properly.
You can delete all cookies that are already on your computer and you can configure most browsers to prevent them. If you do this, you may need to manually adjust your preferences each time you visit a website, and some services and functionality may also not work.