Cookies Policy

Keypoint informs that it uses technical cookies and third-party cookies when users browse through the pages of its website This policy provides information on what cookies are, what cookies uses and how to disable cookies from the browser used for browsing.

What are cookies?

“Cookies” are small text files that a server can save on a computer’s hard drive and that can store some information about the user. Cookies allow the website to record user activity and to store preferences. Cookies help analyze the interaction between the user and the website and allow a more fluid and personalized navigation.

What types of cookies exist?

Based on its duration, a cookie can be classified as “session” or “permanent”.

Session cookies are temporary and disappear from the computer when the user leaves the visited site or close the browser. They are usually stored in the computer’s cache memory.

“Permanent” cookies remain on the user’s computer even after the browser is closed and until they expire or until the user deletes them. The expiration date is determined by the site that starts them. They are often used to track user habits, so that when the user revisits the site, it reads the stored information and adapts to its preferences.

What cookies does use? uses technical cookies generated and used for your website and other external cookies generated on third-party web pages.

The cookies used on this site do not personally identify the user, who remains anonymous. can also temporarily register the ip address (internet protocol) as an identifier of the computer that accesses its web pages, to diagnose problems with the server and to administer its website.

A visit to website may generate the following types of cookies:

Internal cookies of

Session cookies: uses these cookies to access the user area.

Third-party cookies

A) advertising cookies:

Google adserver. Purpose: sale of advertising. For more information visit

B) statistical cookies for traffic analysis uses google analytics cookies

C) cookies for marketing analysis:

Google analytics. Purpose: to analyze user profiles. For more information visit.

D) social sharing cookies:

Facebook: sharing content

Google Plus: sharing of content

Twitter: content sharing

Disable cookies

You can configure the browser used for browsing to delete or to prevent the installation of cookies. The user can control which cookies are installed, how long they last and delete them. The steps to perform these operations differ from browser to browser.

Below are the guides for the most popular browsers:


Internet explorer

Mozilla firefox



Disabling some cookies may hinder access in the user area of, while site navigation remains optimal.