Cookies policy

Like many other websites, we use cookies. In this section, we would like to outline our cookies policy, so that you will understand what we are talking about.

What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file that is downloaded by your web browser containing data which can be retrieved by the website server that sent it. Cookies are essential for the Internet to work and, among other things, they make browsing easier.

What is the purpose of a cookie?
Cookies store several types of information. There are many different kinds of cookies depending on the party that manages them (first-party or third-party cookies), the period of time that they remain active (session or persistent cookies), or their purpose (technical, personalisation, analysis, advertising or behavioural advertising cookies). By way of example, a cookie is what makes it possible for a user’s login data to be remembered (if we store data in your browser such as your preferences and configurations, this information can be automatically re-established on your next visit, without you having to select it again – your preferred language, for example); a cookie can obtain information about your browsing habits (so as to improve your browsing experience); or it can show you the most relevant advertisements based on this information.

How can I withdraw my consent and delete cookies?
You can do this by configuring your browser so that it does not accept cookies or alerts you whenever you visit a website that uses them. However, if you do this, there will probably be parts of the website or application that you will not be able to use.

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