Cookie policy - UltraVision Consult
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What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your computer or on your mobile device and, during next visits, is recovered.

If you are using our services, navigate, sign up for a newsletter, in some cases you would need to provide your consent for using such a cookie.

There are several types of cookies:


Primary cookies

The primary cookies, also known as essential cookies, are those cookies directly stored and controlled on a website. These cookies are essential for the correct functioning of the website, since they allow basic functionalities, such as browsing pages, user authentication and sessions management.


Third-party cookies

Third-party cookies can be placed on your device on different websites and to create a profile of your interests. These are usually used for personalised advertising and marketing purposes.


Third-party requests

When you are visiting a website, the web browser can make requests to servers from different domains in order to obtain necessary resources for displaying the page correctly. These resources may include images, videos, scripts, etc. These requests from third parties contribute to the improvement of the navigation experience, but it is important to understand that these external servers can use cookies for collecting information about your online activities.


How do we use cookies?

It is important to mention that we do not use primary cookies.

We use third party cookies. Our website can make requests to servers from different domains (third-party requests) for obtaining necessary resources, such as images, scripts and other style files, necessary for the correct display of the site.

Cookies can be used to collect statistics and user data in aggregated and individual form in analysis tools for optimising our site and for introducing functions or plugins that would comply with the legal requirements. Some third-party cookies are set up by services that appear on our pages and are outside our control. These are set by social media providers, such as Facebook, Google and refer to the capacity of the users to share content from this site.

Your privacy is important for us and we undertake to be transparent regarding the use of requests and third-party cookies on our site. Although we are making efforts to ensure that the third-party services that we use respect privacy, we encourage you to review the privacy of each external domain so that you understand how your data is treated.


Our cookies do not retain personal data such as your name or banking details.

We can also use cookies for identifying the website parts which are of interest to you. We latter use this information for individualising the way in which we communicate with your or to individualise the content of the notifications/messages we send you. If you prefer, you can opt to block them from your own browser, accessing the links with instructions from the item “Block cookies” from this page.


The purpose of using cookies

Cookies allow a better visiting experience of our site, and some of them are necessary for its good functioning.

The third party requests have a unique purpose of improving your browsing experience and ensuring the optimal functionality of our site. They do not store personal information on your device, and they do now track your activities from other websites.


Therefore, cookies can be used for:

  • Protected access to confidential site data;
  • Improving response time for site pages access;
  • Analysing visitors, for improving site experience;
  • Registering the consent of the user for cookies from the first site access;
  • Temporary registration of the content viewed by the user, for displaying relevant content for continuing browsing.  


Complete list of cookies:

Cookie name

Cookie type






Analytics (Third-party request)

Google Inc

Two years from the start of the configuration or update

This cookie (which is part of Google Analytics) regards the evidence of the number of times a user accesses the site, when their first and last visit were. It expires in two years.



Analytics (Third-party request)

This cookie (which is part of Google Analytics) concerns the origin of a site visitor, namely if it accessed a website following an organic search, through other links or via marketing campaigns.

Google Inc.

6 months



Analytics (Third-party request)

It is used by Google Universal Analytics for identifying users, associating them with an unique number generated automatically.

Google Inc

2 years



Analytics (Third-party request)

This cookie is linked to Google reCAPTCHA and it is used for the risk analysis in the protection against SPAM and can store the user browser information.

Google Inc

End of browsing session



Analytics (Third-party request)

It is used by Google Universal Analytics for limiting data collection on high traffic sites.

Google Inc

End of browsing session



Analytics (Third-party request)

Registers an unique ID used for generating statistics regarding the usage of the site by the visitor.

Google Inc.

End of browsing session



Third-party request

Registers the user preference for language page display for accessing the Facebook page, following the action of accessing social media through our website.

Facebook Inc.

One week


What kind of personal data do we collect?

We will not collect personal data through cookies.


Who has access to the data collected by cookies?

The data sent to third parties are used only to offer the above-mentioned services, the analysis tools such as Google Analytics, Google Adwords, Facebook Pixel, are used for collecting statistics with the purpose of optimizing our website.


Cookie control

You can control from your browser the way you use cookies.

You can delete all cookies that are already stored on your device by clearing the browser history. This operation will delete all cookies from all sites which you visited.


How to check if the cookies are activated on PCs

Google Chrome

  1. Click on the menu button (three horizontal dots) in the upper right corner of your browser window and select “Settings”, then “Show advanced settings”.
  2. Locate the “Data protection” name and select “Content settings”.
  3. Now select “Allow local data settings”.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click on the menu button (three horizontal bars) in the upper right corner of your browser window and select “Options”.
  2. Then select the “Data protection” icon.
  3. Click on “Cookies”, then select “Allow sites to set cookies”.

Safari on OX X

  1. Click on “Safari” in the upper side of the browser window and select “Preference”.
  2. Click on “Data protection”.
  3. Select “Allow from websites I visit”.

Blocking cookies

If you wish to find out how to stop websites from using cookies for remining the sites you visit, select the browser from the list. This will lead you to the page of the respective browser, where you can administer cookies and data regarding the site:






Changes to the cookie policy

Any change of the cookie usage policy will be published on this page and communicated on our website and/or sent by email to permanently inform you regarding the type of information we collect and the way we use them.

If you have any questions regarding our privacy policy, please contact us on contact[@]

For more information please access Terms and conditions and the Privacy policy.