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CNI - Carlos Nunes & Irmãos, Lda does not collect any personal information from users who are not registered, thus allowing visitors to browse anonymously.

In the case of some services, cookies (a text file saved on the user's computer for the purpose of personalizing visits) can be used to count the number of visits to the site without personally identifying the user. This type of cookies does not store or collect any personal information from the user, and its installation can always be controlled through the user's browser.

To configure/disable Cookies

This privacy policy may change in the future. To clarify any doubts, delete all your data and/or update them, please send an email to geral@cni.pt

Enable or disable cookies on Google CHROME

The world's most popular browser makes disabling cookies extremely easy and quick. Learn how to disable cookies:

Start Google Chrome and click on the three small dots in the upper right corner: Select Settings.

Scroll down to the bottom of the page. Click on the small Advanced link at the bottom of the page.

Chrome disable cookies

You see another long list of items. In the section Privacy and security find the entry Content configuration. Click this.Content Settings

To disable cookies, disable the option next to Allow sites to save and read cookie data (recommended). From this moment on, cookies will be blocked.

When deciding to reactivate cookies, follow the same process to access this page and simply reactivate the feature. After that, Chrome will accept cookies.

To access this page, you can also type chrome: // settings / content / cookies in your Google Chrome address bar.

Source: Google

enable or disable cookies in firefox

To block third-party trackers or all third-party cookies:

  1. Click the menu button Fx57Menu and select Options.
  2. Select the Privacy & Security panel.
  3. Under Enhanced Tracking Protection, select the Custom radio button to choose what to block.
  4. Select the Cookies checkbox. Cross-site and social media trackers is the default setting.
    To block all third-party cookies, select All third-party cookies (may cause websites to break) from the drop-down.
  5. Close the about:preferences page. Any changes you've made will automatically be saved.

Enable third-party cookies for specific sites

Some websites may not work properly when third-party cookies are blocked, even with the Cross-site and social media trackers setting.

To turn off Enhanced Tracking Protection for a specific website:

  1. Visit the website.
  2. Click on the shield shield detected 70 to the left of the address bar.
  3. Toggle the switch Fx70-ETPswitch at the top of the panel.
    This will turn off Enhanced Tracking Protection for this site. The page will reload automatically and allow trackers on this site only.

To turn Enhanced Tracking Protection back on, follow the same process.


enable or disable cookies on Edge

Delete all cookies

Open Microsoft Edge and select Settings and more > Definitions > Privacy, search and services .

Under Clear browsing data, select Choose what you want to clear.

Under time, select a time interval. Select Cookies and other website data, then select Clear now.

Delete cookies from a specific website

Open Microsoft Edge and select Settings and more  > Definitions > Cookies and website permissions Cookies and site data . Select View cookies and site data.

Search for cookies on the site you want to remove.

Delete cookies every time you close your browser

Open Microsoft Edge, then select Settings and more  > Definitions > Privacy and services . Under Clear browsing data, select Choose what you want to clear each time you close your browser.

Activate the Cookies and other website data setting with the toggle button.

Source: Microsoft