Cookies are small text files that are placed on your device by websites that you visit. They are used to identify your computer as you use a computer network. This data is usually labelled with an ID unique to you and your computer. When the cookie is exchanged between your computer and the network server, the server reads the ID and knows what information to serve to you specifically. Thus, cookies allow you to see more relevant advertisements, and the navigation and use of the website will be more efficient as the website is enabled to remember your actions and preferences.
There are similar technologies that we store on your web browser or device that help us identify your device. In this policy, we refer to all of these technologies as “cookies.”
There are three categories of cookies available:
|By place of storage||
Types of cookies we use and their purpose
Changing Cookie settings
Please check the links below to inform yourselves on how to opt-out from the use of third-party cookies we serve on our website. Please be aware that you may choose to opt-out at any time and disable some or all of our cookies.
Some cookies may be disabled by changing the settings of a web browser. Please be aware that your on-site experience may be changed if you chose to disable them. Follow the instructions given below or check the instructions given by the browser manufacturer.
- Select Block sites from storing any data;
- Click Cookies and other site data. Then move the cursor over the website that created the Cookie and click X in the right corner or click Remove All.
More information available here.
Disabling Flash cookies
Follow these instructions to disable Flash cookies on your browser/device, but keep in mind that disabling them may lead to some services not functioning properly.
Please review this policy from time to time to inform yourselves of our cookie use and the latest changes, if any. The policy may be changed so we can align with our technical and regulatory needs. Some changes may be of minor relevance, referring to the structure of the policy and the correction of grammatical errors.
We may be required to make more relevant changes affecting your rights and processing of your personal data. These changes may refer to inserting new technologies or new purposes for processing your personal data. In any case, you will be informed if and when these changes occur and asked for your consent.