Cookies are little packets of information stored in files in your computer’s browser. Cookies are accessible to and stored by websites you visit, and by companies displaying their commercials on websites, so that they can recognize the browser. Websites can only access the cookies they have stored on your computer.

By using the website you are agreeing to the use of cookies sent by our site.

The website uses cookies for the following purposes:

  • Site usage: to help us recognize your browser from a previous visit and to store the preferences you have set up during a previous visit to the site. For example we can save your login details so that you do not have to log in each time you visit the site;
  • Social networks: to check if you are logged into third-party services (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, etc);
  • Targeting: which allows us to target the site user (emailing, database enrichment) either in real time or later;
  • Visitor tracking: to monitor statistical data on site visits (i.e. use made of the site by users and to improve site services) and to help us track and analyze the effectiveness of our interactive online content, its features, ads and other messages.

Your options regarding cookies and web tags

You can choose to tell your browser to accept or reject all cookies, and advise you when a cookie is sent, with its lifespan and content, while you can also refuse to let it be saved in your machine, and you can regularly delete cookies.
You can disable all cookies in your browser preferences. Note however that if you disable cookies, your user name as well as password will not be saved on any website. For more information on ways to delete and monitor cookies stored on your computer, visit:


How to set up your browser

  • Firefox:
    • 1. Open Firefox
    • 2. Press the Alt button
    • 3. In the menu at the top of the page click on Tools then Options
    • 4. Select the Privacy & Security tab
    • 5. In the drop-down menu to the right of Conservation rules, click on “use personalized history settings”
    • 6. Further down the screen, uncheck Accept cookies
    • 7. Save your preferences by clicking OK
  • Internet Explorer:
    • 1. Open Internet Explorer
    • 2. In the Tools menu, select Internet Options
    • 3. Click on the Confidentiality tab
    • 4. Click on Advanced and uncheck Accept
    • 5. Save your preferences by clicking OK
  • Google Chrome:
    • 1. Open Google Chrome
    • 2. Click on the tools icon in the menu bar
    • 3. Select Settings
    • 4. Click on the Advanced tab
    • 5. In the Cookie Settings drop-down menu select Block all cookies
  • Safari:
    • 1. Open Safari
    • 2. In the top menu bar, click on the Settings icon, then Preferences
    • 3. Select the Privacy icon
    • 4. Next to Block Cookies, click Always
    • 5. If you want to see the cookies that are already saved on your computer, click Details