What are cookies?
Cookies are small data files that are stored in the user’s computer through the browser. They can have various functions, such as storing user preferences when visiting a website. Cookies per se do not identify the individual user, they only identify the user’s computer on the FCT server and, therefore, they are not used to collect personal data.
What type of cookies are there?
Strictly necessary cookies and Functional cookies
These cookies are necessary for the website to function and cannot be switched off in our systems. They are usually only set in response to actions performed by the user (i.e. setting privacy preferences, logging in, or filling in forms).
The user can set the browser to block these cookies, However, this may result in some parts of the website not working or not working properly.
Analytical cookies are cookies installed by tools managed by third parties (Google Analytics, etc.) to track the quality of the user experience when browsing this website.
These are cookies that may be set through our website by third parties for advertising and marketing initiatives. They may be used by these third parties to profile website visitor interests and display relevant advertisements on other websites (i.e. Facebook, Youtube, Vimeo, Google Maps and other instruments managed by third parties). They work by unique identification in the user’s browser and device.
What type of cookies do we use?
These are the cookies we use:
Strictly necessary cookies:
These cookies allow websites to remember information about the choices made by the user, such as username, language, the region from which the user accesses the website, and to customise the user’s browsing experience. These cookies expire at the end of the user session, or they may remain for a longer period to remember the user’s website preferences and choices.
These cookies collect information on the user’s browsing habits, by registering website uses. These cookies are used to support the performance of more targeted marketing and communication actions.
These cookies track how users navigate the website and they monitor the website’s performance. These cookies are used for continuous improvement and statistical analysis.
How to manage cookies?
There is no standard way to remove or block cookies. However, all browsers allow a general removal of cookies from the user’s computer. Disabling cookies determines that all or some of the available features may be inhibited, thereby adversely affecting the browsing experience.
Cookies Policy Update
FCT reserves the right to make changes to this Cookies Policy at any time. These changes will be duly publicised. FCT recommends users to review the Cookies Policy.