What are cookies?
A cookie is a small amount of data that is stored on your computer browser when you visit our site.
Thanks to these cookies, we can remember your preferences, so the next time you visit, you are able to enjoy a better online experience.
Are cookies dangerous?
No. Cookies are just small amounts of text. They are not computer programs that can be executed as code.
Cookies cannot be used to spread viruses.
Cookies are stored on the computer’s hard drive and they cannot read any other information stored on this hard drive.
For further information about cookies and their use, go to www.aboutcookies.org
What types of cookies do we use?
These cookies are essential to the proper functioning of the web page. They are required to enable the main functionality of the website.
These cookies enable the website to remember information (such as, your username, language or region) and characteristics that are more personal. For example, they allow us to provide users with personalised content based on information or criteria provided on a voluntary basis. These cookies can also be used to remember changes in text size, font and other parts of the website that can be modified. They are also used to provide users with certain requested services, including the ability to watch a video or comment on a blog. The information compiled by these cookies can be anonymous and will not track your activity on other web pages.
Third party cookies:
Browsing / Analytical.
These cookies collect information about how you use our website and its features, including pages visited, loading errors, etc. The information is collected in order to make improvements by analysing the data of how visitors use the services on our site; the main goal is to improve site performance.
These cookies are necessary for external social networks (Facebook and Twitter). Their function is to control the interaction with social widgets within the page.
By visiting our web page, you accept the installation of these cookies on your device.
You decide whether you accept or not these cookies, but if you decide not to accept them, you must block them on your browser.
How can I block or allow cookies?
Most browsers are pre-configured to accept cookies, but you can change this setting to block some or all the cookies. If you do not like how this affects your online experience, you can easily change back.