Cookies Policy

Why we use cookies?

We use cookies on our website to improve performance and user’s experience.

What are cookies? 

“Cookies” are small text files that are stored on the user’s computer or mobile device through the web browser, retaining only information related to the user’s preferences and not personal data. The placement of cookies will help the website to recognize the user’s device next time he will visit. Cookies used do not collect information that identifies the user, storing only generic information, such as how the user arrives at the website and the way he uses it or from which country the user is accessing the website. At any time the user can, through the web browser, decide to be notified of the receipt of cookies or block their respective entry on the system. The refusal in using cookies on the website may result in the impossibility to access some of the website’s areas or to receive tailored information.

What are cookies for?

Cookies are used to help determine the usefulness, interest and number of accesses the user gives to his websites, allowing for faster and more efficient navigation and eliminating the need to repeatedly enter the same information.

How can you manage cookies?

Cookies help to make the most out of websites. However, all Internet browsers allow the user to accept, decline or delete cookies, in particular by selecting the appropriate settings on his web browser. After authorizing the use of cookies, the user can always disable part of it or its entirety. To learn how the user should look for the topic in the “help” section of the web browser or contact the web browser’s supplier.

Where can I learn more about cookies?

For more information about cookies and how they are used, please go to the following link: www.cookielaw.org

MANAGING COOKIES

A cookie is a small file containing an identifier sent by a website. It is stored on your browser so that the website can refer to your previous activity.
You can allow, block or delete the cookies installed on your device by changing your browser settings.

If you are unsure about what type or version of browser you are using:
Windows: click ‘Help’ at the top of your browser window and select “About”.
Mac: with your browser window open, click the Apple menu and select “About”.

MANAGING COOKIES ON WINDOWS:

Google Chrome
1. Click the Google Chrome menu on the browser toolbar
2. Select “Settings”
3. Click “Show advanced settings…”
4. In “Privacy”, click “Content settings…”
5. In “Cookies” you can change the following cookie settings: remove cookies, block or allow cookies by default, and make exceptions for cookies from specific domains or websites
6. For more details see Google Chrome help

Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 and 8.0
1. Click “Tools” and then “Internet options”
2. Click the “Privacy” tab and move the slider to the middle position between the top and bottom so that not all cookies are blocked or allowed
3. Click “Sites”
4. In the “Address of website” box, type a website address and then click “Block” or “Allow”
5. As you type, a list of websites that you have already visited will be displayed. If you click an item on the list it will be displayed in the “Address of website” box
6. When you have finished, click “OK”
7. Put the slider back in its original position and click “OK”
8. For more information see Windows help

Mozilla Firefox
1. Click the Firefox menu button and choose “Options”
2. Select the “Privacy” panel
3. Set “Firefox will: Use custom settings for history”
4. Check mark “Accept cookies from sites” to enable cookies, and uncheck it to disable them
5. If you do not want to receive third-party cookies, uncheck “Accept third-party cookies”
6. For more information see Mozilla help

Safari
1. Click “Safari” at the top of the browser window and choose “Preferences”>
2. Click “Privacy”>
3. In the “Block cookies” section, select the option you want: “Advertising and third party”, “Always”, or “Never”

Opera
1. Click “Opera” at the top of the browser window and choose “Settings”
2. Select the “Privacy & security” tab and scroll down to the “Cookies” section
3. You have four options to choose from: “Allow local data to be set (recommended)”, “Keep local data only until I quit my browser”, “Block sites from setting any data” and “Block third-party cookies and site data”

MANAGING COOKIES ON MAC

Google Chrome
1. Click the Google Chrome menu on the browser toolbar
2. Select “Settings”
3. Click “Show advanced settings…”
4. In “Privacy”, click “Content settings…”
5. In “Cookies”, you can change the following cookie settings: remove cookies, block or allow cookies by default, and make exceptions for cookies from specific websites or domains

Microsoft Internet Explorer
1. Click “Explorer” at the top of the browser window and choose “Preferences”
2. Slide down until you see “Cookies” in Received Files
3. Select “Never ask”
4. Click “OK”

Mozilla Firefox
1. Click the Firefox menu button and choose “Options”
2. Select the “Privacy” panel
3. Set “Firefox will: Use custom settings for history”
4. Check mark “Accept cookies from sites” to enable cookies, and uncheck it to disable them
5. If you do not want to receive third-party cookies, uncheck “Accept third-party cookies”

Safari
1. Click “Safari” at the top of the browser window and choose “Preferences”
2. Click “Privacy”
3. In the “Block cookies” section, select the option you want: “Advertising and third party”, “Always”, or “Never”

Opera
1. Click “Opera” at the top of the browser window and choose “Settings”
2. Select the “Privacy & security” tab and scroll down to the “Cookies” section
3. You have four options to choose from: “Allow local data to be set (recommended)”, “Keep local data only until I quit my browser”, “Block sites from setting any data” and “Block third-party cookies and site data”