1 – What are cookies and how do they work?
Cookies are small files sent and stored on your computer by websites you choose to visit. They store information that the site can read when you visit at a later time, thus transmitting the information back to the website or entity that originally created the cookie. This can facilitate your next visit and increase the usefulness of the site for you. Some of these cookies are necessary for the site to function properly, while others are useful to the visitor because they can securely store certain data. Without them, using the Web would be a much more frustrating experience.
3 – Types of cookies
Navigation on our website may generate various types of cookies:
3.1 – Strictly necessary (technical) cookies
These cookies are essential to be able to navigate on the website and use certain functionalities. They can be used to enable the functions of “cookie settings”, “form completion” and more. By continuing to use this website and its features, you authorise us (and our partners) to place this type of cookie on your browsing device.
3.2 – Performance and analysis cookies
These cookies collect anonymous information about how users use the website and its features. Our site uses Google Analytics: an analytics tool from Google that helps website and app owners understand how visitors interact with their content. We may use a set of cookies to collect information and generate website usage statistics without personal identification of individual visitors by Google. This information helps us to continuously improve the site.
3.3 – Cookies for Social Networks
A number of social networks, which require plug-ins, have been integrated into this site in order to share and make the world more open and connected. Privacy policies vary from social network to social network and depend on the privacy settings set on these networks.
3.4 – Third-party cookies
Google Maps cookies are used on this site. Google Maps provides interactive maps that allow publishers to include customisable interactive maps within their web pages. Accordingly, Google may install a cookie called ‘NID’ (lasting six months) and a cookie called ‘PREF’ (lasting two years).
4 – How to authorise or disallow cookies
To authorise or disallow a cookie during visits to our websites, you can change your browser settings. In this way you can exclude certain cookies or display a warning message before acceptance. You can also delete all installed cookies, but each browser has different procedures for managing the settings. Please refer to the help functions in the menus of each browser: