COOKIE policy
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What is a cookie?
You’ve probably encountered Internet cookies, browser cookies, or HTTP cookies over time. In fact, these are more names for the same technology, called the simpler cookie.
From a technical point of view, a cookie is a small piece of text (ie, letters and numbers) that will be stored on a computer, mobile phone or other equipment of a user from which a website is accessed. A cookie consists of two parts: the name and content (or value) of the cookie.

How do we use cookies?
Like most internet sites, and uses cookies.
Goals are multiple: from improving and personalizing your browsing experience to retaining some of your preferences or data. Setting the navigation language. Retain authentication information so you do not have to register again at each visit. Protect the security of your systems and ours, or build statistics.
In addition, some cookies give us important clues about how visitors use our site, which then allows us to make it more suited to their needs. Other cookies also allow us to quantify how many users visit our site in a reference period. Because transparency is a key asset in Mount Cold, we provide details of cookies on this site and the options you have about enabling or disabling them. Please keep in mind that, like all sites, our site is based on this technology to work in optimal conditions; if you choose not to allow it to work, the quality of your browsing experience may be affected.

Why are cookies useful?
Using cookies, sites retain information about user visits such as your preferred language, username and password (for example, to relieve the user of the re-registration on every visit to the site), the type of device used (computer, mobile phone) to access the site. Cookies simplify browsing experience on a site, and site owners have the ability to provide more relevant information to users, tailored to their needs. Basically, cookies help the Internet function effectively and result in user-friendly, personalized browsing. Without them, websites on the Internet would be much more impractical and would have a more cumbersome operation.
Moreover, cookies help site owners to continually develop them. Cookies can get valuable insights into how the website is used by visitors, such as which pages are most often visited, so that they can provide them with better browsing experience.

How do we classify cookies?
Depending on how you delete it, there are (i) cookies that are deleted as soon as you close the Internet browser (they are also called session cookies), and (ii) cookies that are stored on your device for use with your next visits to the site (these are also called “persistent cookies” though, despite the name, expire after a while). Persistent cookies resume when you revisit the site that placed them on your device. Depending on the person who places them on your device, there are cookies (which we, the owners of the website place on your device), or cookies placed by others (these are also called cookies from third parties).

How long does a cookie last?
Cookie life varies from case to case, depending on the purpose of cookies. As indicated above, some cookies are only used for a single browsing session and others persist for a certain amount of time after you leave the site. Independently of the type of cookies, you can always choose to delete or disable them.
Are these cookies dangerous to my device?
Cookies are harmless. They do not contain programs, viruses or other malicious files and can not access information on the user’s device. Since cookies are installed by requesting an Internet browser (specifically, its webserver), only the webserver that sent them can access them again when the user returns to the site associated with that webserver. True, cookies can also be used for negative purposes as a form of spyware. Many antispyware products, however, mark cookies to be deleted in antivirus / anti-spyware removal / scanning procedures.
In general, browsers have privacy settings that provide different levels of cookie acceptance, shelf life, and automatic deletion after the user has visited a website.

How do cookies have my personal data?
Some cookies collect anonymous information that does not say anything about you. Others collect information that can identify you – for example, your IP address.

Does the website use cookies?
Basically, any website uses cookies. Most likely, without them, the Internet would not be what it is today. The website uses its own cookies and third parties to provide visitors with a superior browsing experience and services that are enjoyable, useful and tailored to their specific needs.

For what purposes does the website use cookies?
We use cookies for more specific purposes. E.g:
1. to improve the architecture of the website and to maintain its maintenance;
2. to improve the website’s security parameters;
3. to take into account your preferences that you have expressed in previous browsing sessions, personalizing your experience;
4. to solve the problems that you might encounter when accessing;
5. for advertising;
6. to perform data analysis and to monitor usage trends.
This site contains both our cookies and cookies from third parties.

Our cookies
In many cases, cookies do not retrieve information associated with a person we have identified or identified. This means that cookies will not retain your personal data, so your identity will remain anonymous.

Third party cookies
There are situations where certain parts of other sites may appear on our site. For example, a Facebook Like Button or a Youtube Video – Today, these options are present on almost any site. When these items appear on our site, we have allowed the companies that own the respective platforms to place cookies on it. We allow a number of third-party cookies on our site, but access is not open to anyone. Third-party cookies are used primarily to provide you with a more useful experience and to provide statistics on the number of visitors and how they use our site. For example, the like or share buttons on websites may allow social networking sites to place cookies on the website. Because these third-party cookies and the information we may collect are not under our control, please consult their respective policy providers for more information. Being sites operated by others, cookies that allow their content to be placed on our site come from their operators, not from us. Third parties may use cookies for their own purposes.

Can I disable cookies?
Yes it’s possible. It is possible to set the browser to stop accepting cookies. Also, the browser can be set to accept only cookies from a particular site. Today, all modern browsers offer the ability to change cookie settings. For more details and support, go to the “help / help” option of your browser. Careful! Blocking cookies may result in incorrect web pages being displayed.

Want to learn more about cookies?
If you want to learn more about cookies in general, a useful resource is
If you want to know more about our cookies on this site (our own cookies), you can contact us through the details below.
If you would like to know more about third-party cookies placed on this site, please see the section above or, as the case may be, contact the entities to which those cookies belong.
How can you contact us?
If you have any comments, suggestions, questions or concerns about the cookies on this site, we are at your disposal. You can contact us through any of the communication channels below.
Phone: +0040 731 349 165