What are cookies?
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Cookies allow the website, among other functions, to store and retrieve information relating to the user’s browsing habits or system. Depending on the information they contain and the way your system is used, cookies can be used to recognise the user.
There are different categories of cookies which serve different purposes. Some cookies are strictly necessary for the maintenance of a website, while others collect statistical information in order to review the user behaviour of a website, ensure additional functionality on a website, or save user preferences when using the same device. Other cookies may also measure the success rate of applications and the effectiveness of third-party marketing advertisements.
With the exception of strictly necessary cookies, storage of cookies is conditioned on the user’s consent. Such consent can be withdrawn at any time using the cookie consent manager available on the website.
What are the purposes of cookies?
Cookies are used to simplify navigation and allow a better experience for the user. To that purpose, users are recognized when they access websites, eliminating the need to repeatedly type in the same information and thus allowing for faster and more efficient navigation.
Cookies are used on the NOVA School of Law website to ensure an adequate user experience to create statistics regarding the website and user preferences, as well as for advertisement purposes.
What cookies do we use?
- Strictly necessary cookies: cookies essential for browsing the website and for its functionalities such as accessing restricted areas of the website;
- Analytics cookies: cookies which provide statistical data about the use of our website.
Management of cookie preferences
The user may at any time withdraw their consent or modify cookie preferences via the cookie consent manager available on the Website.
NOVA School of Law occasionally updates its Cookies Policy, so we encourage you to review it from time to time.
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