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Cookie Policy

On this website, we use first-party, third-party, and analytical cookies; these are strictly necessary to optimize navigation and improve the user experience.

Merely by browsing (with the browser enabled to accept cookies), the user accepts the installation of cookies, unless he objects, as detailed in this cookie policy.

What is a cookie?

A "cookie" is a small text file which a website stores on a user's browser.  Cookies facilitate the use and browsing of the site. They are essential to the functioning of the Internet, and they offer countless advantages in the provision of interactive services.

Cookies are used, for instance, to manage a user's session (reducing the number of times he has to give his password), improve the services offered, and adapt the content of the webpage to his preferences.

There are two different types of cookies:

  • Session cookies: these are erased once the user leaves the webpage that generated them.
  • Persistent cookies: these remain on the user's computer until a specific date.

List of cookies used on our website

  • First-party cookies: These are cookies generated by the very webpage a user is visiting. They can be used for technical purposes (also referred to as "strictly necessary"), since they are needed for the correct functioning of the site or for personalization, which permits the user to configure certain aspects of the site, such as the language, etc.
  • Analytical cookies: This type of cookie is used to compile statistical data on website activity via Google Analytics, with the purpose of guaranteeing the best possible service to the user.

If you wish to obtain more information about the type of cookies Google uses and how it uses them, you may follow this link:

Guarantees and options regarding cookies

At any time, and at least during the installation and updating of the browser, the user has the possibility of accepting or rejecting the installation of cookies, and of rejecting the installation of a certain type of cookies, like third-party cookies.  Moreover, after each session, the user can eliminate all or some of the stored cookies.

In addition, the user can enable:

  • Private browsing: The browser no longer saves the browsing history, website passwords, cookies, or other information connected to the pages a user visits.
  • No-tracking function: The browser requests that the websites a user visits do not track his browsing habits in order to, for example, tailor advertising to his interests on the sites he visits.

We recommend you consult the help of your browser for information on the different options regarding the management of cookies.

Below, we include the links for managing cookies in the primary browsers:

Please bear in mind that blocking cookies may affect some or all of the features of our website.