What are cookies?
This information is summarized and made available in connection with our efforts to comply with the requirements of the latest legal provisions and to ensure that we are open, honest and clear about the confidentiality of our users' data.
When you visit this site, you may find that different types of cookies are generated. We use three types of cookies:
that are automatically deleted after each visit.
that are saved during repeated visits to the site.
used by third-party websites that are embedded on our site or to which we have provided links.
They allow you to perform important functions on the site, such as storing a recurring form field within a single browser session. In addition, they help to reduce the need for information transfer to the Internet. They are not stored on your computer and deleted when you end your browser session.
They allow us to recognize recurring anonymous users on our site. By comparing with an anonymous, randomly generated identifier, specific browsing information can be recorded, such as how you got to the site, what pages you viewed, what options you chose, and where you went through that site. Tracking this information enables us to make improvements to the site, including correcting errors and expanding content.
When you visit our site, you may notice cookies that are not related to us. If you go to a webpage that has embedded content, such as Facebook or Google, you may be sent cookies from those websites. We do not control the generation of these cookies, so we advise you to seek information about them and how they manage the websites of their respective third parties.
Allow or block cookies If you do not know the type and version of the browser you are using to access the Internet browser, click the "Help" menu at the top of your browser window and then click "About" at which will display the information you are looking for.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0, 9.0, 10.0, 11.0 Click the "Tools" option at the top of your browser window, select "Internet options", and then click "Privacy". Check that the privacy level setting is "Medium" or lower. With this setting, cookies are enabled in your browser. When setting levels above "Medium", cookies are blocked.
Google Chrome (latest version)
Click the wrench icon at the top right of your browser window and select "Settings". Click "Show advanced settings" at the bottom and position the "Privacy" section. Click on "Content settings" and in the cookies section, select "allow local data to be set" to enable cookies used. To disable cookies, enable the "Block sites from setting any data" options, Block third-party cookies and site data and cookie data. third-party sites) and 'Clear cookies and other site and plug-in data when I close my browser'.
Click on "Tools" at the top of your browser window and select "Options". Then select the "Privacy" icon on the popup menu. Select the "Accept cookies from sites" option to enable cookies. If you want to disable cookies, uncheck in this box.
Click the gear icon located at the top right of your browser window and select "Preferences". Click the "Privacy" icon on the pop-up menu. Check the "Block third-party and advertising cookies" checkbox. If you want to disable cookies altogether, check the "Never" box.