What is a cookie?
A cookie is a text file or software element that records information about your device's navigation on the Internet. It is controlled by your browser and sometimes contains a unique number or a random number. A cookie allows us or our partners, as creators of cookies, to recognise your device during the period of its validity when it accesses digital content that contains cookies from the same creator.
We are always looking for new ways to improve our website and provide better content and experiences to you. Consequently, we and our partners use different types of cookies (as described below). In the case of some cookie categories, your consent is required and obtained through our Cookie Pop Up before the cookie is placed on your device. In any case, you always have control over cookies and can refuse, allow, or delete cookies.
How can I manage cookies?
a) Browser control
b) Pop-Up Consent Tool
You may, regardless of your original choice, from time to time withdraw your consent or adjust your settings using the Browser control settings, clearing your cookie folder or by changing your preferences in our Pop-Up Consent Tool.
What types of cookies do we use?
A cookie can be classified in different ways.
According to its lifetime, a cookie is either a:
Given the domain to which they belong, they are either:
Apart from these characteristics, cookies can be classified in terms of how they work:
In the following we describe the optional or not strictly necessary cookies (Performance and analytics cookies, Functional cookies, Targeting or advertising cookies) used on this website in detail. Please keep in mind that this list may be updated from time to time.
Changes and Questions
Wednesday, 05 April 2023