What is a "Cookie"?
A "cookie" is a small text file that is stored on your computer through the internet browser (browser), in which information related to the connection created between your computer or mobile device and the server is retained.
The main function of "cookies" is to maintain the persistence of information from the communication sessions carried out between your computer and the server.
"Cookies" thus allow you to identify your computer or mobile device and, consequently, activate several features that provide faster and more efficient navigation and eliminate the need to repeatedly enter the same information.
|pll_language||amarca.pt – used to save the choice of page display language||1 year||No personal data is stored|
|amarca.pt – used to store user information with a commenter profile for Amarca blog articles||1 year||Your e-mail and are stored on Amarca's site database|
|_fbp||facebook.com - stores Amarca Facebook Pixel ID||1 year + 3 months||Information about the HTTP request, buttons clicked on this site and form fields used on this site. Read more about it in here and here|
|google.com - stores Amarca Google Analytics ID||1 year||Information about the IP of the user accessing the site. Read more about it here.|
All internet browsers (browsers) allow the user to accept, refuse or delete "cookies", namely by selecting the appropriate settings in the respective browser. You can configure "cookies" in the "options" or "preferences" menu of your internet browser (browser).
Note, however, that by disabling "cookies", you can prevent some services made available on the site from functioning correctly, affecting, partially or totally, the respective navigation on the site.