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Session Cookies are temporarily placed on your computer or device and only last until you leave the website or close your browser.
Persistent Cookies last for a pre-defined period of time. They allow the website to recognise the computer or device being used and to provide settings and preferences which the user has previously selected.
First Party Cookies are set by Francesco Group, to provide users with various functionality when browsing the website, like saving a shopping cart or remembering log-in information the next time you visit.
Third Party Cookies are set by organisations other than Francesco Group for the use of analytical measurments and third party services.
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Strictly Necessary Cookies
These cookies are essential to a website in order to enable a user to move around and to use the features on a website, such as remembering information entered on forms when a user moves between pages within a browser session. Without strictly necessary cookies, certain services on a website may not be made possible and a website may not perform as smoothly as it should.
Performance cookies collect information about the use of a website and help to improve the way a website works. For example, performance cookies may show which are the most frequently visited pages, help to record any difficulties with a website and show whether advertising on a website is effective or not. Performance cookies do not collect information that identifies a user personally and all information that is collected by these cookies is aggregated and anonymous.
Functionality cookies allow a website to remember the choices you make and to provide enhanced and more personal features. Functionality cookies also remember changes you have made, such as customising a certain webpage and for other services you request such as watching a video or commenting on a blog. Functionality cookies will not track your activity on other websites.
Targeting or Advertising Cookies
Targeting cookies or advertising cookies are used to deliver adverts which are more relevant to you and your interests or to limit the number of times you see the same advert on a website. These types of cookie are also used to help measure the effectiveness of an adverting campaign. These cookies may be used to remember what you have looked at on a website.