Cookies Policy


 Notice of the use of cookies

This cookie usage report provides information about how Phi Books, the owner of this digital platform, uses cookies and similar tracking technologies on its digital platforms to automatically collect certain information about their visitors. The notice explains how you can accept or decline cookies, and where you can find more information about cookies.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that your computer stores when you visit a digital platform. Cookies are widely used by digital platform owners to make them more efficient or work better, as well as to provide the necessary information.

Cookies set by the owner of the digital platform are called “site cookies”. Cookies set by others are called “third-party cookies” and allow the digital platform to use third-party features or functions (such as analysis, advertising, and video clips). Parties that set these third-party cookies may recognize your computer when you visit this digital platform and when you visit certain other digital platforms.

Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies to collect information about visitors to our digital platform. Information can include their computers’ IP addresses, browser type, and screen resolution, as well as some information about their behavior and choices, such as what language they choose or which pages they visit and how long they visit. This information helps us understand how visitors use our digital platform and enable them to use a more efficient digital platform. However, the information is collected in such a way that we cannot identify the true identity of our digital platform visitors unless they voluntarily choose to disclose it.s

Do you use Google analytics or similar analytics tools?

The Google Analytics analytics service used at this point of contact is provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses cookies to help the point of contact analyze how users use it. The information collected by the cookie about your use of the access point (including your IP address) will be transmitted to Google in the USA. Next, regardless of the origin of the IP address (European Union member states, EEA countries, etc.), Google depersonalizes the last octet of the IP address (in IPv4 addresses) or the last 80 bits (in IPv6 addresses): this process is called IP masquerading. Google is doing this because we have activated its anonymizeIP system in all countries. Finally, Google stores depersonalized data on U.S. servers. Google uses this information on our behalf and evaluateshow you use the contact point, provide us with reports on the activities of the website and provide us with other services related to the activities of the contact point and use of the Internet. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google.

To learn more about the Google Analytics Terms of Service , the information that Google provides about data privacy and security, and the Google Data Privacy Notice , follow these links.

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