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Cookie Policy

Use of cookies

Following the EU Directive on electronic communications and Provision 229 of 8 May 2014 issued by the Guarantor for the Protection of Personal Data, the use of cookies to collect your data is only permitted with consent. To this end, we provide you with the following information about the use of cookies on our website.

What are cookies and why they are used?

A cookie is a short string of text that is sent to your browser and, possibly, saved on your computer or mobile device, every time you visit a website. The cookies stored on your computer cannot be used to retrieve any data from your hard disk, transmit computer viruses or identify and use your e-mail address. Each cookie is unique in relation to the browser and device you use to access the site. Some of the functions performed by cookies can also be delegated to other technologies, with the term “cookie” in this document, we want to refer to cookies and all similar technologies.

Type of cookies used

Necessary cookies
These cookies are essential for browsing our site; allow functions such as authentication, validation, or management of a browsing session.

These cookies provide additional functionality and allow us to keep track of your choices, such as for example, language selection.

Performance cookies
These cookies keep track of the pages you visit most often and your activity on our site. They also allow for the immediate identification and resolution of all technical problems that you may encounter while browsing the site.

The information that these cookies store is aggregated, anonymous, and is not used to collect your personal data for advertising purposes.

Management of your Cookie preferences

You can set and manage your cookie preferences through your browser settings through the “Help” or “Guide” function. Remember that if you choose to disable all cookies, the necessary, functional, and performance cookies will also be blocked, and this could cause inconvenience to your navigation on our site. A user can disable Google Analytics while browsing using the add-on available for Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari. You can also delete cookies individually for each domain, hide searches, set the Google ad settings.