Philip Morris International, Inc. is the parent company of Philip Morris International Management SA (the operator of this website), as well as many other direct and indirect subsidiaries around the world, including Philip Morris Italia S.r.l., collectively referred to as Philip Morris International or PMI (or "we", "us" or "our" as the case may be).
What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on a user's computer when he or she visits a website. Cookies are widely used by many website owners to optimise the efficiency of their site and to obtain information about the number and type of visitors.
Cookies placed by the website owner (in this case, pmi.com) are referred to as 'first party cookies'. Cookies placed by someone other than the website owner are referred to as "third-party cookies". Third party cookies are used to enable various functions or features (e.g. analytics, advertising and video) and make them available on or through the website. Whoever sets third party cookies will be able to recognise a user's computer when he or she accesses the website and/or visits certain other sites.
Cookies are used to collect information about the people who visit our website. This may include details of IP addresses, browser type and screen resolution, as well as information about users' habits and preferences, such as the language they use and the pages they visit most often.
This information allows us to understand the interests of our visitors and to provide them with a better service. However, the information we collect does not allow PMI to determine the true identity of our visitors, unless they voluntarily choose to provide us with their personal information.
The table below shows the different types of cookies used on our website and their function:
|Types of cookies||Who provides these cookies||What they are used for|
Cookies to evaluate performance and functionality
PMI (first party cookies)
These cookies are used to optimise the performance and functionality of our website, but are not essential for its use. However, without them, some features such as language preferences may not be available.
Google (third party cookies)
These cookies are used to collect data that can be used in an aggregated form to obtain an overview of website usage.
We use Google Analytics cookies for this purpose. For more information about Google Analytics and how to refuse its cookies, you can refer to:https://www.google.com/analytics/learn/privacy.html
PMI (first party cookies)
These cookies analyse how users use our site so that we can provide them with personalised messages and content. They track your browsing history on the site and other sites. For example: one of our service providers uses third parties to track and analyse statistical information about the use and volume of users visiting the digital platform.
Do you use any other non cookie technologies to track visits to the website (web beacons, LSOs, etc.)?
No. Currently, we only collect data about visits to our website through the cookies described above.
How can I control cookies?
You have the right to choose whether to accept or decline cookies. To exercise this right, simply visit our Cookie Acceptance Tool and indicate your preferences. You may also express your preferences by clicking on the links provided in the table above to decline various cookies.
You can also set or modify your browser controls to accept or decline cookies. This procedure may vary from browser to browser, so please read your browser's Help menu for more details. Note: If you choose not to accept cookies, some features of the website may not function.
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