Cookie Politic

What are cookies?

Cookies are small files consisting of letters and numbers that are downloaded to your computer or mobile device when you visit the website. Then cookies are sent back to the original website in each subsequent visit or to any website that recognizes this cookie. The use of cookies is convenient, since this allows the website to recognize the user's device. Cookies perform a number of functions, for example, allow you to effectively navigate between pages, remembering your preferences, and, thus, improves the experience of interaction with the site. They can also help ensure that the ads you see online are in your interests.

We use two types of cookies:

Basic cookies sent directly by us to your computer. Third-party cookies transmitted by a third party on our behalf. We use third party cookies to simplify the process of analyzing our websites and their use, as well as to activate the adapted advertising (as described below).

How do we use cookies?

Cookies are used to:

  • To estimate the total number of visitors to our sites on an ongoing basis, as well as the types of Internet browsers (for example, Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer) and operating systems (for example, Windows or Macintosh) used by our visitors;
  • Control the operation of our sites, including how our users navigate through them, and improve our websites;
  • Personalize and improve your experience of interaction in an online environment;
  • Allow customized advertising, as well as third-party advertising, both on our sites and beyond.

Other similar technologies

Like many websites, we use technologies similar to cookies, including local shared objects (sometimes referred to as "flash cookies"), browser history analysis, browser fingerprints and pixel tags (sometimes referred to as "web beacons"). This gives us and our providers information about how our websites and their content are used by our visitors, and allows us to establish whether our site or other sites were visited from your computer or device.

Our servers automatically read your IP address when you visit our websites, and we can associate this information with your domain name or with the name of your ISP. We can also collect some "clickstream data" related to your use of our website. Visiting information includes, for example, information about your computer or device, a web browser or operating system and their settings, a page that brought you to our sites, pages and content that you see and click on during your Visit, and also when and for how long you do it, what you download, what sites you visit after you leave our sites, and also keywords that you entered on our sites or sites from which you came to our site.

How to control or delete cookies

You have the right to choose whether to accept or not to accept cookies, and we will explain how you can use this right, below. However, please note that if you decide not to accept cookies, you will not be able to use all the functionality of our websites, and any messages that you receive from us may become less relevant to you. Please also note that if you decide to manage your cookies, our cookie management tool will set a cookie on your device so that your preferences are taken into account. If you delete cookies from your device, you will also delete this cookie, and you will have to make your choice again.

You can block cookies using the "limit data collection" links in the table above or by changing (depending on your browser) your browser settings so that cookies from our site can not be installed on your computer or mobile device. In order to do this, follow the instructions of your browser (usually they are located in the "Help", "Tools" or "Edit"). Deactivating the collection of cookies or cookies does not remove this cookie from your browser, you will need to delete the cookie from the browser yourself.