Cookies and web beacons

The management of the University's institutional website uses a technology referred to as “cookies”. These are small data files that are stored in the user's computer when accessing the website or parts thereof. Cookies help us understand which part of the website is the most popular, the path of visitors to the website, and how long they remained on the website. Cookies are used to study traffic patterns in order to improve website performance and best meet the interests and preferences of visitors. Cookies are also used by websites that provide counters to our website. The registration and management of tracks/paths are performed in ways that make the data non-identifiable. Cookies may also be used to recognize the user's computer the next time the same user visits the website. This saves time, providing the user, for example, with the possibility of not having to register again, or helping the user customize Internet settings. Web beacons may be used on our website. This technology allows seeing which visitors clicked on key elements (such as links or graphics) of a web page or an e-mail. These Web beacons are usually used in conjunction with cookies. If the user does not wish to accept the cookies, they can be disabled by referring to the instructions of the browser producer used.
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