What are Cookies
Cookie are small text files that the visited websites send to the terminal (PC, tablet, smartphone, notebook) which are stored to then be retransmitted to the same websites on the next visit. There are various cookies that contain various information (e.g. authentication of digital information, session monitoring, memorization of preferences to send advertising messages, etc.).
Each cookie, in turn, contains various data (e.g. the name of the server of origin, a numerical identifier, etc.). This data can remain in the user's device for various periods of time, such as a browser session, a few hours, several days or longer periods.
They are used to carry out digital authentication, session monitoring and to store information in the websites. While browsing a website, the user may also receive Cookies on his or her device that are sent from different websites or web servers ("third parties"), on which some elements may reside (such as, for example, images, maps, sounds, specific links to pages on other domains) present on the website that the user is browsing.
The Brembo website uses TECHNICAL Cookies. These Cookies allow easy use of the website for the user and make it easier for him or her to find information, simplifying the connection and the transmission of data between user and website. Their purpose is for browsing or for providing a service requested by the user. They are not used for further purposes. Technical cookies are required for the website to work properly. Without using these cookies, some operations may not be completed or they could be more complex and/or less secure. Therefore, technical cookies are indispensable. Technical cookies do not require the user's consent in that they are necessary for the website to work correctly. Specifically, we use
browsing or temporary and permanent session Cookies which guarantee normal browsing and use of the website, allowing, for example, information inherent to browsing to be saved, data to be stored to keep the browsing session active and/or to save information inherent to the "full screen" on/off settings in browsing the website.