A cookie is a small file and holds a certain amount of data, which our website can send to your browser. It may then be stored on your computer’s hard drive and can be accessed by our web server. This cookie data can then be retrieved and can allow us to customise our web pages and services accordingly. It is important to clarify that cookies do not collect any personal data stored on your hard drive or computer.
2. Types of cookies we use
The table below explains the types of cookies we use on our websites and why we use them.
Category of cookies
Why we use these cookies
These cookies are essential for websites on our services to perform their basic functions. These include those required to allow registered users to authenticate and perform account related functions, as well as to save the contents of virtual “carts” on sites that have an ecommerce functionality.
These cookies are used to store preferences set by users such as account name, language, and location.
We use these cookies to help identify and prevent potential security risks.
Analytics and Performance
Performance cookies collect information on how users interact with our websites, including what pages are visited most, as well as other analytical data. We use these details to improve how our websites function and to understand how users interact with them.
These cookies are used to display relevant advertising to visitors who use our services or visit websites we host or provide, as well as to understand and report on the efficacy of ads served on our websites. They track details such as the number of unique visitors, the number of times particular ads have been displayed, and the number of clicks the ads have received. They are also used to build user profiles, including showing you ads based on products you’ve viewed or acts you have taken on our (and other) websites. These are set by Automattic and trusted third party networks, and are generally persistent in nature.
Third Party / Embedded Content
Sites hosted on WordPress.com make use of different third party applications and services to enhance the experience of website visitors. These include social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter (through the use of sharing buttons), or embedded content from Youtube and Vimeo. As a result, cookies may be set by these third parties, and used by them to track your online activity. We have no direct control over the information that is collected by these cookies.
3. How to control Cookies
To find out more on how to manage and delete cookies, visit aboutcookies.org. For more details on your choices regarding use of your web browsing activity for interest-based advertising you may visit the following sites:
On a mobile device, you may also be to adjust your settings to limit ad tracking.
You can opt out of Google Analytics by installing Google’s opt-out browser add-on.
4. Accept installation of cookies
The visitor, by browsing the Lyceum website, is informed of the first time he / she enters it with a relevant reference at the top of the page that he accepts and understands that it is necessary to use the cookies for its proper operation.
To learn more about cookies settings for different browsers, the following links may help you. Alternatively, click on ‘Help’ in your browser or refer to the program information.
(i) Internet Explorer
(ii) Google Chrome
5. Legal notice
The collection of all data which is either sent by users or collected during navigation, user browsing and use of the site is carried out in accordance with the provisions of national and EU legislation on the protection of personal data, the confidentiality of information, as well as privacy principle, as applicable.
6. Changes to the Cookies Policy
We may update this Policy from time to time. If we make significant changes, we will let you know but please regularly check this Policy to ensure you are aware of the most updated version.
In order to learn more about cookies check the following link aboutcookies.org.