We are particularly mindful of your expectations with regard to discretion and your right to privacy, and we therefore strive to retain the trust you show in us.
1. What is a cookie?
A cookie enables its issuer to identify the terminal on which it is recorded, during the period when the cookie is valid and being stored.
Any method of storage used by the browser, such as local storage, session storage or any other local browser database, is considered to be a “cookie” within the meaning of this definition.
3. What cookies do we use and how are they set?
In principle, cookies are recorded on a terminal only with the consent of the terminal user. There are several ways to manage cookies: the user may at any time choose to express or modify their cookie preferences via their browser settings, or, for our website, by means of the tools described below.
Each browser is configured differently as described in the browser’s help menu. This will tell you how to change your general preferences regarding cookies.
If you have accepted cookies in your web browser, with the result that cookies are recorded on your terminal, the cookies contained in the pages and content you have viewed may be stored temporarily in a specific area of your terminal.
If you decline to allow cookies to be recorded on your terminal, or if you delete those already recorded on it, you will no longer be able to benefit from a number of features on our website.
The cookies we use on our site can be set individually by you according to their type. More detailed information is given below regarding each type of cookie (data collected, purpose of the cookies and how long the data is stored) and you can choose to accept or decline their use.
4. Renewing your consent