The policy on cookies at IVF Research Network.
What is a cookie and what is it for?
A cookie is a small file that is stored on a user’s computer, tablet, smartphone or other similar device and that provides information on a user’s browsing activities. By storing the cookies of all the visitors to our website we can monitor which pages are most and least useful and which require improvement, thus improving the overall quality of our webpage.
Cookies are vital for the functioning of the internet: they improve interactive browsing, facilitate navigation and improve the usability of our website in general.
Cookies never damage your computer. In fact, when cookies are active, we can identify and resolve any problems that may occur on the site.
What type of cookies do we use?
- Technical cookies: This type of cookies is necessary for browsing and the correct functioning of our website.
- Personalization cookies: This type of cookies allows you to access our services with predefined features, such as language, the type of browser with which you accessed the site, the geographical location from which you accessed the site, etc.
- Analytical cookies: This type of cookies informs us how many users visit our site, allowing us to carry out subsequent statistical analysis of how users access our services. We analyze how you browse our web in order to improve the range of services and products we offer.
- Advertising cookies: These cookies store information about users’ browsing habits through ongoing observation. They provide information on internet browsing habits and we can then show advertising that relates to your browser profile.