Cookie Policy

Small text to explain what cookies are and why you need to make things clear from the June 2, 2015.

What are Cookies?

From Wikipedia: In computer HTTP cookies (more commonly referred to as Web cookies, tracking cookies or simply cookies) are lines of text used to perform automatic authentication, session tracking and storing specific information about users accessing the server, such as favorite websites or, in the case of Internet purchases, the content of their "shopping carts". In detail, are strings of small size text sent by a server to a Web client (usually a browser) and then sent back by the client to the server (without change) each time the client logs on to the same portion of the same web domain . The term "cookie" - literally "biscuit" - comes from magic cookie (magic cookie), a concept known in the UNIX environment that inspired both the idea and the name of the HTTP cookie.

Tacs uses cookies on this site?

Yes, TACS uses cookies to deliver services and functionality to its users. And 'possible to limit or disable the use of cookies through your web browser even if cookies without some or all of the site's features may not be usable.

What kind of cookies are on this site?

Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies are essential to carry out the activities required by the user.
Functional cookies
These cookies allow the website to remember the choices made by the user, such as reusable later in the compilation of research fields or contact form.
Google Analytics cookies
These cookies allow us to collect data on the use of the site, such as content viewed, the origin of navigation, the keys with which it has come to us, with the aim to improve the performance and layout of the site. These cookies can be sent by the provider of the Analytics tool, but they are used only for purposes related to the site.

How can you limit or disable cookies?

Every Web browser allows you to limit or disable cookies. For more information about cookie management please see the respective pages on the topic: