Cookies are small text files placed on a computer by visited websites. They are widely used to enable or improve the operation of websites, and to provide information to website owners. The below information explains which types of cookie files we use and for what purpose.
These cookies are necessary for the operation of the website and cannot be disabled in our systems. Typically, they are saved only in response to user actions that are a request for a service, such as setting privacy preferences, logging in or filling out forms. It is possible to configure a browser to block or warn the user of these files but blocking them may prevent some parts of the website from working. These cookies do not store any data allowing the identification of the user.
These cookies allow us to count visits of the users and sources of visits, so we can measure and improve the operation of our website. They help us find out which websites are the most and least popular, as well as see how visitors navigate the website. All information collected by these cookies is aggregated and thus anonymous. If the user blocks these files, we will not know when he or she visited our website and we will not be able to monitor its operation.
These cookies enable the website to provide advanced features and personalize it. They can be sent by us or by external suppliers whose services have been added to our websites. If the user blocks these cookies, then some or all of these services may not work correctly.
These cookies can be sent through our website or through our advertising partners. They can be used by these companies to build the user’s interests profile and show relevant ads on other websites. They do not store personal data directly, they only rely on the identification of the browser and the device used to browse the Internet. If the user blocks these files, the ads presented to them will be less suited to his interests.
These cookies are sent through a whole range of social networking sites that we have added to our website to allow the users to share our content with friends and networks. They can track the user’s browser while browsing other websites and build a profile of their interests. This can affect the content and messages displayed on other websites they visit. Blocking these files may prevent them from using these sharing tools.
Most web browsers allow the user to control most cookies using browser settings. Further information about cookies, including information on how to check which cookies were saved on the disk and how to manage and delete them, can be found at:
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We plan to improve our cookie tool to allow the users to more easily change cookie settings after their initial selection.