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1. Political cookies

The site it installs cookies, with the sole purpose of being able to improve the offered features and the navigation experience for the user. The does not use cookies in any case for the collection, processing, transmission or recording of personal data.

2. What to do if you do not want cookies to be installed on your computer ?

Some consider that if a website stores information on their computer or mobile device, this is in some way an interference with their privacy, especially when this information is unknowingly stored and used by third parties. You can, if you prefer, block some or all cookies, as well as you can delete cookies that have already been placed on your computer. Be aware, however, that this way you may lose some functions of the site. To do this, you need to change the confidentiality parameters of the browser. They have also been developed by third parties, programming tools that allow you to disable the collection and use of data.

3. What are cookies ?

Most of the websites you visit use cookies for more comfortable and enjoyable navigation. Cookies allow the website to” remember “you, either for the duration of your visit (with” session cookies”) or at each of your visits (with”permanent cookies”).

Cookies can have various roles. They allow you to effectively navigate the pages, maintain your preferences and generally make the most comfortable and enjoyable use of the website. Cookies speed up and facilitate your interaction with the website. If a website does not use cookies, it considers you a new user. For example, whenever you change a page, when you close a menu and go to another page, it does not remember your choice, and on the next page, the menu opens again.

Some websites use cookies to be able to display more targeted advertising messages, or to promote products based on, for example, where you are, and/or your navigation habits.

Cookies may originate from the website you are visiting (“firstpartycookies”) or be placed by other websites that provide content through the page you are viewing (“thirdpartycookies”).

4.What cookies contain ?

Cookies are plain text, stored on your computer or mobile device by the website servers and can then retrieve it, or read it. Cookies are used by the Internet Browser. Each is unique and contains anonymous information such as a unique identification code, website name, digits or letters. It allows websites to remember your navigation preferences.



“Firstpartycookies” are placed by the site you are visiting at that time. Only this site can read them.


“Thirdpartycookies” are created and used by an entity other than the owner of the website you visit. For example, a website may use other company’s services to analyze its audience. The company then sets its own cookie to do the analysis. The website you visit may also include content embedded from elsewhere, for example videos from YouTube, or slide shows from Flickr. These Websites may also add their own cookies.

AddThis, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Flickr Websites may place cookies useful for sharing content through social networking sites, or for collecting statistics on visits. The presence, number and status of cookies may depend on how you use these platforms before, or after, your visit to the site

We recommend that you visit the relevant websites to find out about the policy of using cookies from social networks.

Session cookies

Session cookies are stored temporarily for the duration of a navigation session and are deleted by the computer when the browser is closed.

Permanent cookies

Cookies of this type are recorded on your computer for a limited period of time (as a general rule for a year or more) and are not erased when the browser is closed. Persistent cookies are used when we need to recognize who you are for a period longer than a navigation session.

The flashcookies

Many sites use AdobeFlashPlayer to show videos and presentations to users. Adobe uses its own cookies, which you cannot interfere with by changing the parameters of your browser. They are used by FlashPlayer for the same reasons as other cookies, i.e. to store preferences, or identify users.

Flashcookies work differently than your browser cookies. Instead of having specific cookies for each use, the website records all the data it is interested in within a unique cookie. You can control the amount of data that can be stored in the cookie, but you cannot choose the type of information that is allowed to be recorded in it.

You can also visit the site / which contains detailed information on how to manage cookies in different navigation programs and includes details on how to delete cookies from your computer, as well as further general information on cookies.