Cookies are small text files that are stored in your desktop computer, laptop or mobile device when you visit any website. Furthermore, every time you visit a page again, your web browser sends the information back to the site, or any other site that happens to recognise it. Having cookies is extremely beneficial, as they can be used for different reasons, such as improving the content of the website, allowing you to browse more efficiently between different pages and remembering your preferences. As a result, your interaction with the website becomes easier and the results more accurate. Cookies are also used for publicity purposes, like making sure that the advertising you encounter online is relevant to your tastes and interests.
Cookies may be set by the website you are visiting (‘first party cookies’) or they may be set by other websites that run content on the page you are viewing (‘third party cookies’). They may be installed either while the user is visiting the web, or by repeated visits. The following terms are used to describe cookie storage:
There are four main type of cookies:
We only use analytical cookies:
We don’t use any analytical cookies to compile personal information that could be used to identify you. The information collected by cookies will never be shared with third parties unless in the circumstances stated above.
It is possible to configure, administrate and disable cookies in many different ways. Nonetheless, you must bear in mind that the moment you erase or disable them, the webs you visit thereafter may cease to function correctly or work as efficiently. Most websites offer general information about cookies and which ones you have. They allow you to erase cookies (individually or all at once) and block them either from every web or just individual webs. You can also disable third-party publicity cookies separately. Please remember that if you alter the cookie configuration from your web browser, the same configuration is applied to every web. Every change you make will affect every website you visit unless you erase or block each cookie separately.
In the “Help” section of your web browser, you will find information about cookies. Click on your browser link to get information on how to prevent or clear cookies from being created on your particular browser.
You may disable the Adobe Flash Player third party cookies by visiting the following link: Adobe Flash Player.
It is also possible to anonymously prevent our third party cookies from keeping information about your activity on our web by visiting the website of the specific company: Google Analytics
However, should you decide to disable any analytical cookies, we will no longer be able to remember your preferences and thus, it might be more difficult for us to improve our website.