This text refers only to the Cookies Policy applicable to the websites ICAA (www.icaa.pt), IC Academy (www.icacademy.icaa.pt), IC Lab (www.iclab.icaa.pt) and GFIC (www.gfic.icaa.pt).
"Cookies" are small software labels that are stored on your computer through the browser, retaining only information related to your preferences, not including your personal data.
Cookies help to determine the usefulness, interest and number of visits to your websites, allowing for faster and more efficient browsing, eliminating the need to repeatedly enter the same information.
There are two groups of cookies that can be used:
- Permanent Cookies: Cookies that are stored at the browser in your access equipments (PC, mobile and tablet) and are used whenever you re-visit one of ICAA's websites. They are generally used to direct navigation to the user’s interests, allowing us to provide a more personalized service.
- Session Cookies: These are temporary cookies that remain in your browser’s cookie file until you leave the website. The information obtained by these cookies is used to analyze patterns of web traffic, allowing us to identify problems and provide a better browsing experience.
Cookies are used for the following purposes:
- Strictly Necessary Cookies: Allow you to browse the website and use the applications, as well to access secure areas of the website. Without these cookies, the services you request can not be provided.
- Analytical Cookies: These re used anonymously for the purpose of creating and analyzing statistics, in order to improve the functionality of the website.
- Functionality Cookies: Retain the user’s preferences regarding the use of the website, so you do not need to reconfigure the website each time you visit it.
All browsers allow the user to accept, reject or delete cookies, and also inform the user whenever a cookie is received, namely by selecting the appropriate settings in the browser. The user can configure cookies in the menu “options” or “preferences” of the browser.
However, we should inform you that by disabling cookies, you might prevent some web services from working properly, thus affecting, either partially or fully, navigation on the website