Our procedure regarding cookies

Cookies consist of portions of code installed within the browser that assist the Data Controller in providing the service according to the purposes described. Some of the purposes behind installing cookies may also require the user’s consent.
Cookies are utilised on this website and in emails to offer users a better service and experience. This document describes the categories of cookies utilised by this website, their purpose and how a user can change their preferences.

Which Cookies Are Utilised?

The cookies used allow us to recognise users upon return visits to the website along with their data, so as to avoid having to enter the same details over and over. In addition, they allow us to analyse the traffic patterns of users visiting our website in order to improve usability. Here are some of the types of cookies used on

Technical Cookies

Technical cookies may be employed to allow users to avail of the services requested through the website. Without such cookies, it would not be possible to provide the services requested. For example, technical cookies can be used to:
Allow users to access secure areas of our website without having to continually log in
Remembering any actions performed by the user (for example, completing a form) when returning to the previous page of a session

Analytical Cookies

Analytical cookies may be utilised to obtain information regarding the use of the website, advertisements and emails and to alert us of any errors. In addition, these cookies allow detailed technical information to be obtained, such as the last page visited, the number of pages viewed, if an email has been opened, which parts of the website or emails are clicked on by users and the time elapsed between clicks. Such information may be associated with user details such as IP address, domain or browser. Yet the details are analysed along with other people’s information so as not to identify a certain user over another.
For example, these cookies could be used on to:
Analyse and improve the performance and design of our website, of advertisements and emails
Quantify the response to our advertisements and improve their effectiveness
Calculate errors that occur on our website to improve the service and handle any complaints.

Third-party Tracking Cookies

Third-party tracking cookies may be sent from our partners’ websites to a user’s device. Such cookies are used to determine when partners redirect a user to our website and whether this user purchases a product or service. Information may be shared with our partners anonymously, so as not to identify one particular user over another. In addition, this information is provided to partners to help them improve the effectiveness of their sites, in accordance with our contractual obligations.

Functionality Cookies

These cookies are not essential, but they allow you to take advantage of various useful features on For example, they could be used to:
Remember the preferences selected by the user during previous visits, such as country/language, interests and presentation of the website (layout, font size, colours and so on). In this way, the user will not have to re-enter this information
Remember the answers to the questions posed by our site, for example on participation in customer satisfaction surveys, so that they are not re-presented to the user
Determine if a service has already been proposed to the user, for example offering online assistance in real time
Provide information that allows optional services to work, for example watching an online video or posting a comment on a blog.

Targeting or Promotional Cookies

These cookies can be used on our website to publish advertisements tailored to the user’s interests. Targeting or promotional cookies allow detailed information to be obtained regarding the user’s browsing of our website (for example, the products or services most viewed by a given person). In addition, they allow us to recognise a user returning to visit our website and/or a site that forms part of the network of one of our promotional partners.

Third-party Cookies

When a user utilises our website, some unmonitored cookies may be stored. This happens, for example, upon visiting a page that contains content from a third-party website. As a result, the user will receive cookies from these third-party services. The cookies do not contain personal information unless a user has logged into their account. For example, third-party cookies may originate from:
Google Analytics
Google  Tag manager
Google  Adwords
Facebook connect
Facebook  ads
Miyon  does not control the storage or access to these cookies. For more information on the use of cookies by third parties, please refer to the Privacy and Cookies Policies of the services in question.
How to modify the cookie settings
Most browsers will allow you to erase cookies from your computer’s hard drive, block cookies or receive a warning before a cookie is stored.
What Happens if a User Disables Cookies?
If a user blocks or deletes a cookie, it may be impossible to reset the preferences or custom settings previously defined and our ability to customise the user experience shall be limited.