Cookies

 By accessing the website of the Centre for Labour Relations (CRL) you are accepting this policy and the consequent use of cookies according to the conditions described below.
 
WHAT ARE COOKIES ?
 Cookies are small files of information that are stored on your computer, tablet, phone or other device with access to the internet through a browser. The information retained by cookies is resent to the server of the website whenever the browser opens one of the site pages, helping to recognize the device used by the user.
 Cookies help to determine the usefulness, the interest and the uses of a website, allowing for a faster and more efficient navigation, avoiding the repeated introduction of the same information.
 
WHAT KIND OF COOKIES WE USE ?
 There are two main types of cookies: session and permanent ones. Session cookies are temporary and only remain in the cookie archive of your browser until you leave the website, being erased when the browser is closed. The information is used to identify problems and provide a better browsing experience. Permanent cookies are saved until you delete them or their expiry date. These types of cookies are used whenever the user makes a new visit to the website for a more personalised service by adjusting the navigation to their interests.
 In this website, we use cookies for various purposes, namely "analytical cookies? for statistical purposes, "functionality cookies? that store user preferences, and the so-called "third party cookies" that measure the success of applications and can be used to customize buttons, menus, icons and other graphical interface components (called widgets).
 We do not store personally identifiable information in the cookies that we use. Also do not use cookies to target advertising to our users on the basis of their navigation neither for other advertising purposes or to third parties.
 
HOW TO MANAGE COOKIES ?
 Configuring the respective definitions, all browsers allow the user to accept, refuse or delete cookies at any time. However, note that by disabling cookies, you lose (for example) the autocompletion of some data, such as login. Moreover, it can prevent some functionality to operate correctly, affecting your navigation.
 
FURTHER INFORMATION:
 To learn more about cookies, see:
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