When you opened a page on our website, you saw a message informing you about the presence of cookies on our site. A cookie is a file placed on your device (computer, smartphone, tablet, etc.) which allows us to gather information about your use of the website. Explanations and information about configuring cookies are provided below.
Information about cookies:
A cookie is a file containing information about your use of the site (such as your search history) which is placed on your hard disk by your browser when you visit a site. This small file allows the server operating the site to identify you and to recognise you during the cookie’s lifespan.
There are 3 types of cookies which we can use.
Most technical cookies (like session cookies) are essential for the website to work properly. Blocking or deleting cookies may result in difficulty displaying pages.
Technical cookies are essential for the website to work properly. They allow you to access protected parts of the site (such as pro spaces for example) by using personal details (session log-in and password).
They generally last a very short time.
These cookies collect information about your browsing so that the site owner can know the number of visits to the site, the average visit length, the most visited pages, from which browser, etc.
Google Analytics generates a cookie with a unique identifier which collects your IP address so it can know the town you are connecting from but without ever actually knowing which computer is being used or your identity.
Our site contains links to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc. which allow you to share the content of our site with others. When you use these share buttons, a third-party cookie is installed after you give consent. If you are logged in to a social media site while you are visiting this site, the share buttons allow the content viewed to be linked to your user account.
How do I manage cookies?
You may select and change your cookie settings at any time, using the methods outlined below.
All browsers can be configured to authorise or reject the presence of cookies on your device:
List of procedures:
You can also configure your settings on the platforms which place cookies on your device via the following links. Be aware that if you opt out of cookies, a cookie will be placed on your device with the sole purpose of deactivating cookie services. This will delete all cookies on your device, via your browser, we will no longer know that you have selected this option.
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How do I manage cookies?
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