What are ‘cookies’?
You can think of cookies as files, in particular text files with personal information, which are stored by the Internet browser on your computer or mobile phone. They allow websites to store things such as user preferences. Cookies provide a ‘memory’ for the website, so that it can recognise you when you come back and can respond appropriately by showing pages customised to your individual preferences. ‘Cookies’ usually contain the name of the website of origin, the length of time stored on your computer or mobile phone, and a unique number.
By visiting a page on VIVALANG’s website you may expect the following types of cookie:
These types of cookie are used to store information about each session when users are logged onto our system for managing the content of our website. This option concerns service administrators.
Our website uses the services of Google Analytics, which uses cookie files for the purpose of gathering statistical data on user visits to our website and on how users make use of our website.
Facebook, YouTube and Vimeo
Our website sometimes uses the services of social media providers, showing selected content via them. These services use their own cookie files.
Deleting or turning cookies off
Standard software for viewing websites allows cookie files to be placed on your computer or mobile phone by default. These settings can be changed, so as to automatically block the servicing of cookie files in the Internet browser settings or to inform your computer or mobile phone every time cookies are sent to it.
Detailed information about how to deal with cookie files can be found in the settings option of your software (Internet browser).
Limiting the usage of cookie files may affect some functions available on the website.