Use of cookies on Vectorealism


What are cookies?

Cookies are small text strings stored on your computer when you visit certain pages on the internet. To order products on Vectorealism, cookies must be enabled. If you do not want to accept cookies, you can still browse the site and use it for research purposes. In most browsers, cookies are enabled, at the bottom you will find the information necessary to change the settings of cookies on your browser. Cookies are not harmful to your device. In the cookies we generate, we do not store personal identification information such as credit card details, but we use encrypted information collected from them to improve your stay on the site. For example, they are useful for identifying and resolving errors, or for determining relevant related products to be shown to the visitor while browsing. We provide this information as an integral part of our initiative to comply with recent legislation, and to ensure our honesty and transparency regarding your privacy when you use our website. We are working on further improvements regarding the subject of privacy and cookies concerning the site. Further information on cookies can be found on the websites: and Cookies can perform various functions, such as allowing you to browse through the various pages efficiently, remembering your preferences, and in general can improve the user's stay. Vectorealism reserves the right to use cookies, with the consent of the user where the law or applicable regulations so establish, to facilitate navigation on this site and customize the information that will appear. Vectorealism also reserves the right to use similar systems to collect information about users of the site, such as IP address, type of internet browser and operating system used and / or web pages visited by a user, for statistical or security purposes. Vectorealism can collect this information to track the use of the site and improve certain aspects. Below is a brief illustration of how Vectorealism uses cookies and similar tools.


Browsing cookies

These cookies are essential to allow you to move within the site and to use its features, such as access to restricted areas of the website. Without these cookies the requested services can not be provided, such as shopping cart or e-billing. The strictly necessary cookies are used to store a unique identifier in order to manage and identify the user as unique as other users who are visiting the site at that time, in order to provide the user with a consistent and accurate service. Some examples include: • The memory of previous actions (for example, text entered) when navigating back to a page in the same session; • Management and transfer of security tokens to different services within a website to identify the status of the visitor (for example, registered or unregistered); • Maintenance of tokens for the implementation of restricted areas of the website; • Routing of customers to specific versions / applications of a service, as may be necessary during a technical migration;


Performance cookies

These cookies may be first-party (Vectorealism) or third-party / partner, session or persistent, their use is limited to the performance and improvement of the website. These cookies collect information on how a visitor uses the site, such as the pages visited. These cookies do not collect information that can identify you. All information collected by these cookies are aggregated anonymously and are used only to improve the functionality of the site. Some examples include: • Web Analytics, the collected data are limited only to the use of the website by the operator, to manage the performance and structure of the site. These cookies can be third-party cookies, but the information will be used exclusively by those involved in the publication of the visited website; • Tracking of affiliates by partners of Vectorealism - cookies are introduced by the Partners and used by the latter exclusively to know if user from another site has purchased a product or service on Vectorealism; • Error Handling - Measurement of errors that occur on the site, usually this function will support the improvement of services or the management of complaints and will generally be closely linked to web analytics; • Test different site page structures - Tests on structure variations, usually using A / B or multivariable tests, to ensure that a consistent appearance for the site user is maintained in the current and subsequent sessions.


Functional cookies

These cookies can be of Vectorealism or partner, have session duration or persistent. These cookies are usually the result of a user action, but can also be implemented in the provision of a service that is not explicitly requested but offered to the user. They can also be used to avoid giving that user a service previously offered and rejected. Furthermore, these cookies allow the site to remember the user's choices (such as user name, language, country of origin, etc ...). The information collected by these cookies are anonymous and can not track user behavior on other sites. Some examples include: • remembering the settings that a user has applied to a website such as layout, font size, preferences, color etc; • remember a choice so that it is no longer required to complete a questionnaire. • detect if a service has already been offered, such as for example a tutorial offering for subsequent visits to the website; • Provide information to allow the operation of an optional service such as the offer of a live chat session. • Fulfillment of a user request such as presentation of a comment.


Third-party cookies for marketing / retargeting

These cookies are used by partners of Vectorealism, in order to present you advertising banners of Vectorealism when you are in other sites, showing you the latest products you've looked at on Vectorealism. While browsing on Vectorealism, these cookies are also used to show you products that may be of interest to you or similar to those you've looked at previously, based on your browsing history. The use of these cookies does not imply the processing of personal data, but can allow connection to your computer or other devices and track down the saved data: these cookies connect to the browser installed on your computer or other devices used during navigation on our website.


How can I disable cookies?

Most browsers accept cookies automatically, but you can also choose not to accept them. We recommend that you do not disable this function, as this may prevent you from moving freely from page to page and from enjoying all the peculiarities of the site. If you do not want your computer to receive and store cookies, you can change the security settings of your browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Safari etc.). In any case, note that certain parts of our Website can only be used in full if your browser accepts cookies; otherwise, you will not be able to add products to your cart and purchase them (for example). Consequently, your choice to remove and not accept cookies may negatively affect your stay on our Website. If you wish to change the settings of your cookies, entering the settings of the various browsers, below are brief instructions on how to do this in the four most popular browsers:


Microsoft Internet Explorer

Click on the 'Tools' icon in the upper right corner and select 'Internet Options'. In the pop up window select 'Privacy'. Here you can adjust the settings of your cookies.


Google Chrome

Click the wrench in the upper right corner and select 'Settings'. At this point select 'Show advanced settings' ("Under the hood'") and change the settings of the 'Privacy'.


Mozilla Firefox

From the drop-down menu in the upper left corner, select 'Options'. In the pop up window select 'Privacy'. Here you can adjust the settings of your cookies.



From the drop down setting menu in the upper right corner select 'Preferences'. Select 'Security' and here you can adjust the settings of your cookies.


To learn more about cookies and how to manage or disable those of third parties or marketing / retargeting, visit To disable analytical cookies and to prevent Google Analytics from collecting data on your browsing, you can download the browser add-on to disable Google Analytics: