Cookies policy

1.    About this Cookies Policy


This Website, like many others, uses cookies in order to work properly. Some of the purposes for which cookies are used may also require the User’s consent. Whenever consent is given, it can be freely withdrawn at any time following the instructions provided in this Cookies Policy.


2.    What is a cookie?


A cookie is a small text file that is saved on the User’s device when accessing the Website. They allow WIEX to recognize Your device, store some information about Your preferences or past actions on the Website, and facilitate WIEX in improving the Website.


3. How are cookies used?


Like many websites, WIEX uses cookies to collect information. WIEX uses cookies on the Website to understand the User’s interactions with the Services and thus how WIEX can improve them, including, for the following purposes:


(a)    analyze Our web traffic using an analytics package;
(b)    identify whether You already visited the Website;
(c)    test content on the Website;
(d)    store information about Your preferences
(e)    recognize when You return to the Website.


4. Which cookies are used?


(a)    Strictly necessary cookies are essential for the Website to operate properly. These cookies enable You to navigate the Website and use its features. 
User’s consent is not required for the delivery of Strictly necessary cookies.
(b)    Session cookies are necessary for ensuring the security and technical functionality of the Website and can be stored up to 30 days.
(c)    Functionality cookies allow the Website to remember the choices You make when using the Website. WIEX uses these cookies to provide You with a more personal experience and to avoid having to re-select your preferences every time the User visits the Website.
(d)    Analytical/performance cookies allow WIEX to count the number of visitors and identify their aggregate locations and their habits in using the Website in order to improve the Website. This category does not include cookies used for behavioral/targeted advertising networks.
(e)    Targeting cookies or third-party advertising cookies allow you to display advertisements to You based on relevant topics that interest You. These cookies require the User’s consent (amended ePrivacy Directive Article 5(3)) before cookies can be accessed or stored on Your device.


5.    Restrictions for cookies use and opt-out


To manage cookies You can adjust the browser settings. Disabling all the cookies can raise privacy levels but it also can restrict the use of some functions of the Website. You can find information about how to manage cookies in the most commonly used browsers at the following addresses: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, and Microsoft Internet Explorer.


With regard to any identifiers stored by third parties, the User can manage the preferences and withdraw his consent by clicking the related opt-out link (where provided), by using the means indicated in the third party’s privacy policy, cookies policy, or by contacting the third party.