Cookies Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are files that contain small portions of information that is downloaded by your device when you visit a website. This feature allows the user to be recognized in his / her visits to the site and its configuration parameters and the consequent establishment of secure and private sessions, as well as the prevention of any unauthorized access attempts and the adequate protection of data in the legally required terms.
                    The use of cookies on the Internet is usual and in no way harms users' computers. Cookies perform various functions, namely helping website owners understand how it is used, facilitating their browsing, saving their preferences and generally improving their user experience, and also to ensure that the website is used. show you relevant content.
                    HISONIA uses Temporary Cookies to maximize the security of its services and to ensure optimal delivery of online services. HISONIA does not use cookies to record internet browsing outside the site or to record any personal or confidential information that can be understood by any other site. HISONIA also does not promote marketing or distribution of information based on cookies. Thus, Cookies allow the storage of information and the possibility of access to information stored on a user's terminal equipment, and the processing purposes are as follows.

Why we use cookies

● Allow user data to be logged, its configuration parameters and ensure proper prevention of any unauthorized access attempt;
                    ● Ensure the privacy of any private area;
                    ● Gather information about which pages are most relevant to users;
                    ● Store marketing information and other preferences to improve user experience;
                    ● Evaluate the effectiveness of our advertising and promotional campaigns to increase their performance.

We do not use cookies to:

● Store information that allows your personal identification;
                    ● Track your browsing after leaving one of our sites;
                    ● Use without consent data stored in Cookies where prior consent is required.

Cookie Categories

Strictly required cookies:

They are essential cookies because they guarantee the navigation of the site and the use of its features, such as access to secure areas of websites, "shopping carts" or "e-billing". These Cookies do not collect information about you that may be used for marketing purposes or to identify your visits to websites. As cookies are strictly necessary for the purpose of providing the services expressly requested by the user, this category of cookies unlike the others may not be disabled or declined.

Performance Cookies:

Performance cookies collect information about users' experience on the website, such as which pages are visited most often or receive error messages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies you. All information collected by this type of Cookies is completely anonymous and only serves the purpose of optimizing the site navigation. They are not intended to provide targeted marketing campaigns. Performance cookies are only intended to enable website improvements and performance.

Functional Cookies:

These cookies allow the website to remember information about your choices made by you, such as your username, language, the region from which you access the website, and allow you to customize your experience of using the website. These cookies are also used to remember changes you have made to the website configuration, such as font type and size, colors, and layout of pages. They may also serve to perform a given function, for example, the display of a video. This concept does not include cookies that aim to provide targeted marketing campaigns. The information collected is anonymous and cannot track your route on other websites.

Targeting Cookies:

These cookies collect information about the user's habits of using a browser, recording website uses. They are used to deliver more targeted and user-friendly marketing campaigns. They do not collect information that enables you to identify yourself, but may contain a key to distinguish individual usage preferences or store a code that allows you to translate a set of usage habits or preferences.