2. Cookies are also used by services which we refer to, e.g. showing multimedia content.
3. Cookies-related browser settings may be changed. Leaving the settings unchanged is equivalent to consenting to the cookies used by the portal.
4. The portal uses performance Cookies, i.e. files used to collect information on the manner of website use to enhance its operation, and functional cookies, i.e. files allowing the website to remember user settings (e.g. language, font size).
5. http://www.nuvialab.com/ portal uses the following Cookies:
- _utma - a file saved on the computer hard drive when the user first visit a given website. The file contains a unique ID number used by an analytical tool to define a unique new user,
- _utmb - a _utmb cookie is responsible for storing information regarding a specific visit,
- _utmc - a cookie collaborating with the _utmb; its task is to establish whether a new visit should be tracked or the collected data should be included within the existing visits,
- _utmz - a cookie containing the information regarding the visit source. This cookie facilitates the counting of, among others, visits from browsers,
- _utmt - a file used to limit the number of demands,
- PHPSESSID - a cookie supporting the current session ID between the server which the page is installed on and the user device used to communicate with the server and the website,
- NuviaLab[user_id] - a file used to save user ID information,
- NuviaLab[local_site_modal] - a file used to display a modal (popup) with information at the first visit to the website, offering among others selection of the default language to be used by the website,
- picreel_tracker_page_views - a file used to save information on the number of user’s visits to the page,
- picreel_tracker_first_visit - a file used to save information regarding the first visit to the page,
- picreel_tracker_visited - a file used to save information regarding visits to the page.
6. The level of anti-Cookies protection can be set in each browser, as far as blocking Cookies altogether. It increases the level of data security and protection, but it may also disable certain functions, e.g. logging into an email account.