Legal Notice and Cookies Policy
Travelityourself.com is not responsible for any user comments on this site. However, we reserve the right to delete any malicious or offensive comments.
Travelityourself.com contains external links to other websites that are outside our control. We may provide then for further information or to show concrete content, but they do not imply a recommendation or endorsement of the views that may appear in their sites.
Like all current websites, travelityourself.com utilizes cookies to personalize and facilitate navigation through the site and to identify user comments
On this link, you can consult cookies related information as provided by the EU commission.
What is a cookie?
Cookies are small files put on your computer that collect information about how you use websites. They are used to personalize and analyze navigation habits. Most importantly, cookies does not provide any personal information from users; they only store information about the navigation on websites. Personal user data is never stored, and website users are always anonymous.
Users can configure their browsers to disable cookies, in which case personalization of their experience would not be provided.
What is not a cookie?
Due to lack of information, many people think that cookies are viruses that can infect your computer. But nothing is farther from reality. A cookie is not a virus, Trojan, worm, spam, spyware, or pop-up window. They have been in use for over 20 years but have not been free from controversy.
If you would like more information you may consult Wikipedia.
What cookies do we use?
- Performance Cookies: These are WordPress’ cookies that save navigation preferences and allow the site to function.
- Analysis Cookies: These cookies are generated by external sources to allow identification of anonymous users, post numbers of visitors, duration of visits, identifying most visited contents, first time accessing the site from a certain device, or if you’ve ever visited the site.
This site utlilizes cookies from Google Analytics.
- Social Networks: Social networks such as Facebook, Twitter… utilize their own cookies to identify users, or when users click options such as Like or Share.
How can you disactivate cookies on your browser?
No matter which browser you use, all have an option to disable cookies settings. However, you have to be aware that some websites do not let you browse through them if you have cookies disabled, and others lose some of their functions.
However, these are the links with instructions to disable cookies in the most common browsers: