1. What are cookies?
Cookies are snippets of text that a website sends to you when you visit. They’re stored on your hard drive for future visits.
There are different types of cookies. Some identify you as a unique visitor. Others help with security, system administration, or statistical analysis. Still others help determine which sections of the site are most relevant to you, for a personalized experience.
Our cookies perform the following tasks:
- Store your preferences
- Prevent re-entry of the same information multiple times during a visit, such as user name or password
- Personalize your experience based on which services and content you use most
- Secure the data collection form with an anti-bot script
We reserve the right to change this policy at any time. Any change in this policy will go into effect on the date of publication.
- When you close the information banner displayed on your first visit
- When you begin to scroll or click on any element of the site
1.2 How do I change my cookie preferences?
Most browsers automatically accept cookies. However, you can usually change your settings to disable this. You can block all cookies, or select which ones to disable. Click on “Options” or “Preferences” in the browser menu. This should allow you to turn off cookies and other tracking technologies, or to turn on notifications that let you know when they are being used. You can also refer to the “Help” section of the toolbar in most browsers.
If you need help, select your browser from the list below and follow the instructions:
To learn more about cookies, please visit www.youronlinechoices.com. Disabling cookies can cause problems with this site and limit the services we can offer you.
2. Technical cookies
Technical cookies are only used for communication over an electronic network. They are necessary to provide the information requested by users. They are not used for any other purposes, and are normally installed by the owner or operator of the website.
There are two types of technical cookies: navigation cookies and session cookies. Our site uses session cookies. They manage logins for exclusive areas of the site. Their deactivation may prevent you from logging in and accessing these areas.
3. First party cookies
The website does not use first party profiling cookies.
Third party cookies and social widgets
Some widgets provided by social networks (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google Maps, etc.) use third party cookies. Deactivation of third party cookies does not alter your use of the site in general. However, this may affect your use of social widgets (such as videos or maps), sharing buttons, and comment sections.