What are cookies?
Many Web sites collect small amounts of information about your activity on the site. This information is contained in a text file known as “cookies”, which is stored on your personal computer. In order to ensure you have the best possible navigation, our site offers the best performance with cookies enabled. Cookies can “remember” you when you get back on our site, as well as identify and resolve errors – giving you faster and suitable browsing. Additional data are stored only under your explicit consent. Cookies can not cause damage to your computer.
1st category: “Strictly necessary” cookie
These cookies are necessary to allow you to browse through the site and use its features, such as access to “certified” site areas. Without these cookies some services could not be provided. This information is automatically deleted at the end of each session.
2nd category: “Performance” cookies
These cookies collect information about how users surf the site, for example, what are the most visited pages, rather than any error messages that you receive from web pages
3rd category: “Functionality” cookies
These cookies allow the site to “remember” the choices made by you (such as your user name, language or region where you are) and then provide more complex functionality and suitable for you. For example, a site might be able to provide weather information or traffic news by storing in a cookie the region in which you are currently located. These cookies can also be used to “remember” the changes you’ve made to the size of the text, the font to use and other features customizable web pages. They can also be used to provide a service you requested, how to view a movie. The information these cookies collect may be anonymised and can not track your browsing on other websites.
4th category: “Profiling” and “Advertising” cookies
These cookies are used to display advertisements relevant to you and your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times you can display a single advertisement as well as to assist in measuring the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. They are usually placed by advertising networks with the permission of the website operator. They keep track of your visit to the site and this information is shared with organizations such as advertising agencies. Cookies profiling, or advertising, are often linked to site functionality provided by third-party companies.
You can decide to allow or not the setting of cookies on your computer, but this website works best with all types of cookies enabled. The cookies setting can be controlled and modified by the “Preferences” browser. Turning off cookies may disable certain features of the website. Even with all the cookies disabled, your browser will continue to store a small amount of information. This information is required for the basic functionality of the site.