What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small file that is sent to your browser and stored on your device when you visit a website such as this one. Cookies allow the website to function smoothly and improve performance. They also provide information to the owner of the website for statistical or advertising purposes, mainly to customize your browsing experience by remembering your preferences (e.g. your language and currency settings, to recognise you on your next visit, etc.).
Which cookies do we use and why?
The website uses different types of cookie and similar technologies, each for a specific purpose:
Session and functional cookies
Session cookies are required for the correct operation of the website and allow the contents to be viewed on a device, recognising the language and market of the country from which the user has chosen to connect. If the user is registered, then cookies give access the services offered and recognise the user on their next visits. Functional cookies improve browsing quality and experience.
Analytical cookies of the website and third-party companies
These are cookies used to analyse statistics on the way users browse the website. The results of these analyses are used anonymously and exclusively for the purpose of statistics. The website uses some third-party services that may install their own cookies, independently.
Third-party tracking cookies
These serve to create a user profile for the purpose of sending commercial messages based on preferences shown during visits to the site or to improve the shopping and browsing experiences. They make it possible to offer commercial proposals on other affiliated websites (retargeting). The Website has no control over the information provided regarding third-party cookies, since these are totally controlled by third-party companies according to that set down in the relevant privacy policies.
The majority of browsers are configured to accept, control or if necessary, disable cookies via their settings. We must remind you, however, that disabling navigation or functional cookies may mean unsatisfactory website operation and/or may limit the service we offer.
For more information about cookies and to manage your preferences regarding third-party cookies, please visit http://youronlinechoices.com.
Data Access and Customer Services
You are free, at any time, to receive assistance and explanations regarding the method for providing consent or for refusing certain cookies or how to remove cookies from your browser, by sending an email to our Customer Service or to email@example.com.