What are cookies?
Cookies are files or bits of information that may be stored on your computer (or other unlocked device, such as a tablet or smartphone) while you visit the Website. The so-called cookie usually contains the name of its originating website, the “lifespan” of the cookie (that is the duration of its existence), and the value which usually is a randomly generated unique number.
Cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the Website. We use these files to modify the content of the website to the needs of users, including the region from which the internet user connects, for statistical purposes, and to monitor the activity of visits of our users, as well as to test the proper functioning of all functions used in the Website in order to continuously improve it. Cookies may also be used to facilitate user interaction with the Website, eg to maintain the user’s session after logging in, so that the user does not have to re-enter their login and password data in every site of the website. Finally, we may use these files to define the user’s profile in order to display tailored materials in advertising networks, in particular in the Google network. We can not identify you personally based on the information stored in the cookies.
What kind of cookies do we use?
Two types of cookies may be used in the Website: session and permanent cookies. The former are temporary cookies kept in your device until you leave the Website. Permanent cookies remain in your device for much longer or until you remove them manually (how long the cookie will remain in your device depends on the lifetime of this cookie and the settings of your browser).
Do we use third-party cookies?
We may use services of suppliers who may also store cookies on our behalf when you visit the Website. They allow them to provide services provided by your supplier. When you visit the Website, you may receive cookies from third parties: their websites or domains (eg from Google). More information about these cookies may be found in the specific websites of third parties.
Can I control cookies or delete them?
In most browsers, the acceptance of cookies is set by default. You can change the settings so that cookies are blocked or you are alerted when they are sent to your devices. There are many ways to manage cookies. Read the instructions of your browser or display its help to learn how to customise or change your browser settings. Blocking cookies used by the Website may affect your experience in these websites. For example, you may not be able to visit certain areas of the Website or not receive information personalised for your area when viewing it. If you use more devices to browse the Website (eg a computer, tablet or smartphone), you need to make sure that each browser in each device is appropriately customised to your preferences.