Cookies are generally small files which may be saved on your device during browsing. They contain the name of the site you are visiting, a randomly generated unique number and the duration, meaning the time for which the file will remain on your device before being erased.
Cookies are use to save preferences on your device, to enable us to provide our services and compile anonymous statistics which help us to analyse users' behaviour on the site and thus adapt it to provide a better, more personalised experience. We are not able to identify you personally using cookies alone.
These cookies are saved on your device when you visit the site and erased automatically when you leave it.
They are saved when you visit the site and remain on your device until they are erased manually or automatically, depending on the file's duration or your browser settings.
Types of cookies:
These cookies are used for correct operation of the site; if you disable this type of cookies, the site will not function correctly. These cookies do not identify you in person and are used to automate site procedures.
Although not necessary, these cookies help to track your actions on the site, enabling us to compile statistics containing the duration of your visit, the sections visited, the type of device and browser used, and the region from which you are visiting the site. They are useful for monitoring the site's operation and adapting it to visitors' behaviours.
This site uses the following third-party services which may also set cookies on your device. You can find information about the use of these cookies on the pages listed below.
Disabling and erasing cookies:
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