A “cookie” is a block of data stored on your terminal that contains information about your browsing on our sites.
1. About Cookies
Websites use useful and sensible techniques to increase usability and make the site as interesting as possible for each visitor. Cookies are one of the best known techniques. They can be used by website owners or by third parties, such as advertisers, who communicate through the website you are visiting.
Cookies are small text files stored by websites on users’ computers. The information contained in cookies can also be used to track your browsing on different websites that use the same cookie.
Cookies are categorized by duration and source.
We feel it is important to provide you with information about the cookies used on our website and their purpose. The purpose is threefold: to ensure the protection of your privacy, to make our website more user-friendly and to ensure its development. The following information will help you learn more about the cookies used on our website and their purpose.
We use different types of cookies depending on their purpose.
Below is a list of the most common cookies and a description of their purpose.
1. Session cookies
A session cookie is stored temporarily in your computer’s memory when you browse a site. They are not stored for a long period on your computer and disappear as soon as you close your web browser.
These cookies are set by the website itself (the same domain as the one in the browser address bar) and can only be read by that site. These cookies are generally used to store information, such as your preferences, that will be used the next time you visit the site.
Third-party cookies are set by a different domain than the one listed in the browser address bar, that is, by an organization other than the site owner.
For example, cookies used to collect web statistics may be third-party cookies.
Because third-party cookies can generate more in-depth investigations into a user’s browsing habits, they are considered more sensitive in terms of integrity. For this reason, most web browsers allow you to change your settings to refuse them.
1. Displaying cookies
2. Deactivation/activation or deletion of cookies
To restrict or block cookies, you must access your browser settings.
If you do not want a website to place a cookie on your computer, your browser can be set to warn you before a cookie is placed. Your browser can also be set to refuse all cookies or only third-party cookies. Similarly, you can delete any cookie that is already on your computer. Note that you will need to change the settings separately for each browser and each computer you use.
You should also be aware that if you do not accept cookies, we will no longer be able to ensure that our website functions properly. Some features of the site may become unavailable, or you may not be able to access certain websites.
Each browser uses a different method to change the settings. If you need to, please refer to your browser’s help feature to determine the appropriate settings.
To disable cookies on your cell phone, refer to your phone’s user manual for more information.
Because of the way the Internet and websites work, we do not always have information about cookies set by third parties on our website. This is especially true when our Web page contains embedded elements, such as text, documents, images or short movies stored on a third-party site but distributed on or through our Web site.
So please contact us if you encounter any such cookie not listed above on our website. You can also contact the third party site directly to obtain more information about the cookies set, their purpose and duration, and to find out how your privacy is protected.
This Statement may be amended from time to time to reflect changes to our website or cookie policies. We may change the content of this Statement and the cookies listed at any time without notice. You can check this web page for the latest version.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact us.