What is a cookie?
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites you visit. They are widely used to enable websites to function properly, store your preferences, improve the user experience and provide information to site owners.
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The different cookies
Necessary Cookies - These cookies are necessary to enable you to navigate through the web pages and various features. Without these cookies, the services you have requested cannot be provided.
Preference Cookies - These cookies allow our website to remember information that changes the behaviour or appearance of the website, such as your preferred language or the region in which you are located.
Statistical Cookies - These cookies collect information about how you use the website, such as which pages are visited most often and whether error messages have occurred. The information collected remains anonymous and does not include any identifiable information about the website visitor.
Marketing Cookies - These cookies are used to deliver advertisements that are more relevant to you and your interests. These are usually placed by advertising networks such as Google. We do not have third party advertising on our website, so we do not use targeted cookies for advertising purposes. We may, however, use them to gather analysis and information about the site. These cookies only use anonymous identifiers and have no means of associating identifiable users.
Third Party Cookies - Some of the cookies we use come from third party companies that provide us with analysis and information about our websites. The type of information collected by these cookies primarily includes how a visitor has interacted with our website.
Other tracking technologies
The site contains electronic images known as web beacons (sometimes called trackers). They allow us to count the number of users who have clicked on an advertisement for our products or services from a third party site. Web beacons collect only specific information, such as the cookie number, the time and date of the visit, and a description of the page on which the web beacon is placed.
It is not possible to opt-out of the use of Web beacons on Web pages, you will not be able to accept or decline them. However, because we use Web beacons in conjunction with cookies, you can limit their use by deleting cookies or changing their settings in your browser.
Cookie settings management
You can manage your cookie settings to erase or block specific cookies, such as third-party cookies or all cookies. However, if you block all cookies that we use, this may affect your user experience and make the website unusable.
You can access these settings via our cookie banner, or in your browser by going to the browser settings; this option should be available for most browsers. Please keep in mind that by deleting all cookies, you may lose your website preferences, including your ability to refuse the activation of cookies, as this feature requires a cookie to be placed on your device.
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